Only moments away from Leytonstone Station(Central line) is this well presented one bedroom ground floor flat. The home has a newly fitted kitchen and wooden flooring, it is double glazed throughout and has its own private rear garden. The location could not be better, with links into Central London and an abundance of shops, bars and restaurants literally on your doorstep.
Leytonstone is an area of East London, and part of the London Borough of Waltham Forest. It is a suburban area, located seven miles north-east of Charing Cross in Greater London. It borders Walthamstow to the north-west, Wanstead (in the London Borough of Redbridge) to the north, Stratford and Leyton to the south, and Forest Gate (in the London Borough of Newham) to the east. The area is served by Leytonstone tube station on the Central line & Leytonstone High Road on London Overground's Gospel Oak to Barking line. The northern end of Leytonstone High Road, beside Wanstead Flats, is known as Bushwood.
Leytonstone tube station is in Zone 3 on the Central line of the London Underground, and serves as the last stop before the line splits into two, dividing into the Fairlop Loop and the branch out to Epping (Zone 6). Since 2016, night tube trains run on Friday and Saturdays on the Central line, approximately every 10 minutes between White City and Leytonstone. A series of tiled mosaics commemorating local director, Alfred Hitchcock, line the entrance passages to the tube station.
Leytonstone High Road is a separate London Overground railway station, some 10 mins walk from the tube station, serving the line known colloquially as The GoBlin(Gospel Oak to Barking). This line was recently prepared for electrification ready for the introduction, by the end of 2018, of new longer trains offering an additional 30 per cent capacity.
Leytonstone Bus Station is located either side of Leytonstone Underground Station. Buses include 257 to Stratford, W15 to Hackney as well as the night bus N8 to Tottenham Court Road.
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