Connaught Avenue, Loughton, Essex, IG10 4DS | Property for sale | Savills
277.22 sq m
Guide price £2,100,000(€2,394,443)

Connaught AvenueLoughton, Essex, IG10 4DS

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in March 2024
  • Stunning period detailing and high ceilings throughout
  • Wonderfully situated for the tube station and Loughton High Road
  • A selection of well regarded private and state schools nearby
  • Epping Forest is on your doorstep and offers a variety of outdoor pursuits

A beautiful Edwardian family home occupying an elevated position on one of Loughton's most sought after roads, boasting a south facing garden, spacious interiors & eye catching kerb appeal.

About this property

  • A classic Edwardian detached house offering bright and spacious accommodation throughout whilst still retaining the feel and character of a house built in that era.

    The ground floor accommodation comprises; an impressive and large entrance hallway with feature fireplace and storage for coats and shoes, a WC, an elegant family room with a working open fireplace with marble surround and stunning picture frame windows, a captivating sitting room with beautiful cornicing, a working open fireplace with marble surround and a gorgeous decorative arch leading to two sets of floor to ceiling French doors, and of particular note the kitchen/dining room. This sizeable open plan space is the epicentre for modern living creating a sociable, comfortable space with an abundance of natural light pouring in through two sets of floor to ceiling French doors which invite the outside in. From the kitchen there is a very useful door leading to the side of the house, perfect for the shopping delivery and storing the waste bins. A working fireplace with marble surround provides the room with a cosy feeling. From the kitchen is the utility room which also includes another space to cook on two grills and provides further access to the garden.

    To the first floor and you will find four generously sized bedrooms; The spacious principle bedroom suite boasts a delightful en suite bathroom and a lovely balcony overlooking the gardens. There are three further generously sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedrooms two and four also enjoy a lovely balcony.

    On the second floor is bedroom five that benefits from an en suite bathroom and takes in fantastic views.


    The property is approached via a carriage driveway and also includes a garage that provides access to the rear of the property.

    To the rear is a good sized and delightful south facing garden which is both peaceful and secluded. The garden features a lovely patio finished with York stone, a well kept lawned area and delightful mature borders.

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Space, light and volume - this is what this house shouts at you as soon as you walk through the door. The room sizes are very generous which is amplified by the high ceilings. I just love the secluded mature garden and the weathered York stone on the patio.

David BloomfieldProperty agent

Local information

  • Connaught Avenue is one of the most sought after roads to live on in Loughton - character houses, close to the town centre, tube station and Epping Forest and some of the areas best views are some of the reasons that attract buyers to this particular road.
  • The town centre is only 0.2 of a mile away making the house superbly situated for everyday conveniences and shopping. Amenities include independent boutiques and beauty salons, restaurants and bars, supermarkets and coffee shops. Marks and Spencer, The Ginger Pig butchers and Gail's bakery are a few of the 'go to' haunts.
  • Commuters are well served by the tube station (0.4 of a mile away) in Loughton (Central Line) and motorists by the close proximity of the M25 and M11.
  • The area has several highly thought of state and private schools both at primary and secondary level.
  • For the outdoor types Epping Forest offers a vast area to exercise the dog, a Saturday morning run, or to catch up with family and friends at the Kings Oak Pub or one of the delightful tea huts.

Additional information

  • The house benefits from a basement which includes three very useful storage areas.
  • Throughout the house are floating bisque radiators.
  • The garden is about 82' x 49'.
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G