A fine example of an early 1900's Edwardian detached family home on a 0.32 acre plot. The residence has an abundance of kerb appeal and boasts an enviable position overlooking the green.
Elm House is sure to peak the interest of buyers who are looking for a period property with the potential to create what could be one of the best houses in Wanstead.
On the ground floor the accommodation comprises; a large bright entrance hallway, a beautiful sitting room with a lovely bay window filling the room with natural light, a very spacious living/dining room which spans the full depth of the house and a spacious kitchen. The ground floor boasts high ceilings, stain glass windows, delightful port hole style windows, high skirting boards and cornicing.
To the first floor and the accommodation comprises; a lovely landing, four large bedrooms and a family bathroom. The two front facing bedrooms have lovely bay windows with stunning views of the green. There is also a study which could be a lovely nursery bedroom.
To the front is ample off street parking for numerous cars and a frontage of about 60'. There is a good sized tandem garage to the right hand side of the property and side access offered to the rear.
The garden has to be one of the many key selling features of this house. Measuring about 174' in depth the garden is mostly laid to lawn and also features a covered heated swimming pool.
Subject to the usual planning consents the property has enormous potential for further enlargement.
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'Unique' and 'rare' are overused words in the industry however in the instance of Elm House, they couldn't be closer to the truth. Properties of this description, on such a large plot are almost impossible to find in Wantstead. It was a joy to first visit this stunning house which is the epitome of Edwardian architecture at its best.James Lamb