A classic 60s Townhouse, moments from Buckhurst Hill and the edge of Knighton Woods.
Situated in a historic area, Buckhurst Hill, centuries earlier known as 'Bucket Hill' meaning a hill covered in beech trees! Once the railway arrived in 1856, the area flourished.
Nestled down a small cul-de-sac called the Drummonds, this short row of attractive 60s townhouses are well-kept.
Through the front door, a generous hallway has access to the garage, former used as storage/gym and utility room.
Bathroom one with shower & W/C is here, with bedroom two to the rear elevation, with a back door leading out to the 42ft garden. A mature fir tree sits in the back corner and there is a shed for storage of garden utensils.
The kitchen is on the first floor, with a nice view of the garden. To the front, a large reception room also has a fantastic terrace perfect for evening dining, overlooking the road and the trees.
Two further bedrooms (inc. master) are up on the second floor, and a family bathroom with bath and overhead shower.
Natural light is a key element to this property, with big paned windows throwing light into every room.
Buckhurst Hill station is 15 minutes walk away, slicing straight through to the City in under 30 minutes via the Central Line.
The local high street starts just around the corner on Queen's Road. An array of independent shops, boutiques and bars are all within a 10 minute stroll.
From speaking to the neighbours, the best local boozer is The Three Colts and your best coffee is Rue Gourmet, both off Queens Road.
Your best local primary school is St. John's CofE, within 10 minutes walk.
Knighton Woods opposite the end of the Drummonds, has beautiful forestry and ponds created by WW2 bomb craters, perfect for a Sunday walk.
The Drummonds, Buckhurst Hill, Essex, IG9