One James Lane is a design-led development of five exceptional, three-bedroom houses, conceived by award-winning architects for the ultimate in modern living.
The visual design of the houses is a nod to the area’s industrial past; incorporating bold exposed brickwork, dark slate roof tiles and large floor to ceiling windows. These are combined with more modern functional elements to create an impressive family home.
Every aspect of these houses has been meticulously considered. With an attention to detail and quality of finish to really set them apart. Each house offers c.1,341 sq ft of flexible living space over 3 floors and incorporates outside space on every floor.
All five houses benefit from 2 terraces with private rear gardens.
Houses 4 and 5 have the added advantage of a front drive with private parking.
The gardens are landscaped to include a bespoke planting scheme, lawned area and a composite hardwood decking space for outdoor dining.
Engineered oak flooring and bespoke double-glazed windows throughout.
Bespoke kitchens from London based PLUCK Kitchen with AEG integrated appliances.
Dik Geurts Instyle wood-burning stove in the main living area.
Grohe bathroom fittings and a free-standing bath in the master suite.
Solar Panels for energy.
Underfloor heating in bathrooms.
Balconies to all bedrooms.
Luxurious vaulted master bedroom suite
One James Lane is located in the London Borough of Waltham Forest, on the border of Leyton (recently voted by the Sunday Times as one of the best places to live in the UK 2019 and Leytonstone. Waltham Forest is the capital’s first ever Major’s London Borough of Culture and is being celebrated this year with a whole host of arts festivals across this much-loved corner of north east London.
Both Leyton and Leytonstone have a blossoming community of independent shops, restaurants, cafes, bars and amenities centred around High Road Leyton, Francis Road and High Road Leytonstone. With added advantage of easy access to the nearby green open spaces of Epping Forest, Wanstead Flats, Hackney Marshes and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.