This charming family home has been well preserved and thought out, with a-lot of attention to detail in the post-war features which can be found throughout the property from the flooring to the light switches. The high ceilings and large windows provide wonderful natural indoor light, while a South- East facing garden and the forest also make these views green and refreshing. Leading to the first floor of the property and it has three amply sized bedrooms and family bathroom with original cast iron bath and separated toilet An impressive garden extends the home outwards with the use of glass French windows onto a decking area and then the garden. The brick-built garage has been made into a fully functioning office, in uniform with the houses' wooden floors and original features. There is also a spaciously designed studio to the rear of the garden which has been built and decorated to match the general feel of warmth and tradition of the house itself. The house sits on a sheltered street which provides privacy by being set back from the main road shielded by trees. It is close to multiple green spaces including extensive parts of Epping Forest, yet benefits by being set between the Capital and the Countryside as it is in close proximity to the London Underground (Buckhurst Hill, Central Line Tube Station) and London Overground (Chingford Station) train networks. The house sits very close to St. Johns Primary School, rated as one of the best in the area, whilst also benefitting from range of highly sought after State and Private Secondary schools locally. The area also hosts a range of outdoor activities including long forest walks and a number of accessible golf courses, with good shopping (Waitrose) and dining options within walking distance.