York Hill, Loughton, Essex, IG10 1HT | Property for sale | Savills
48.50 sq m
Guide price £495,000(€587,400)

York HillLoughton, Essex, IG10 1HT

    Key features

    • 0.3 miles from the local amenities on Loughton High Road
    • Characterful features throughout
    • One off street parking space
    • Situated within a very desirable part of Loughton know as 'Little Cornwall'
    • Two bedrooms, the second bedroom is better suited to a study or dressing room

    A charming two bedroom 18th century end of terrace cottage offering an abundance of character throughout. The property also benefits from one off street parking space.

    About this property

    • This characterful 18th century cottage is situated on the desirable, York Hill opposite the green.

      The front door is at the side of the house leading into the kitchen complete with wooden worktops and tiled flooring.

      At the front of the house is the reception room featuring a wood-burner and hardwood flooring offering pretty views across the green.

      Upstairs there is one generous sized double bedroom with dual aspect and a further single bedroom that is better suited as a study or dressing room.

      Externally there is one off street parking space to the rear.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    It's been sometime since one of these pretty weather-boarded cottages has come to the market on York Hill - an opportunity not to be missed!

    Natalie Collis-MillsProperty agent

    Local information

    • The house is situated in an area of Loughton that is known by the locals as 'Little Cornwall'. The famous Author Ruth Rendell wrote some of her fiction set in Epping Forest and Loughton, and the name Little Cornwall, occurs in ‘The Face of Trespass'. The area is characterised by steep hills, weather boarded houses, narrow lanes and high holly hedges.
    • Residents of 'Little Cornwall' will testify that its one of the best places to live in Loughton. Whether its 'up the hill' for some light refreshment and a bite to eat at the Gardeners Arms, or 'down the hill' into Loughton town centre, you're never far from everything you need.
    • The town centre is only a short distance away (0.3 of a mile) making the house superbly situated for everyday conveniences and shopping. Amenities include independent boutiques and beauty salons, restaurants and bars, supermarkets and coffee shops.
    • Commuters are well served by the tube station in Loughton (Central Line) and motorists by the close proximity of the M25 and M11.
    • For the outdoor types Epping Forest is almost on your doorstep offering a huge area to exercise the dog or for that Saturday morning run.

    Additional information

    • Council Tax - Band D
    • EPC Rating = D
    • Tenure = Freehold