James Lane, Leytonstone, London, E10
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3 beds | 2 baths | 1 receptions | Guide price £850,000


  • Bespoke Pluck Kitchens
  • Exceptional Entertaining Space
  • Balconies to all Bedrooms
  • Underfloor Heating in Bathrooms
  • Solar Panels for Energy
  • Wood Burning Stove
  • Vaulted Ceilings
  • Private Landscaped Garden

A brand new architecturally designed 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom mid terrace house with private rear garden.

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.

No. 3 Danvers Terrace is the second house released as part of One James Lane; a truly unique collection of 5 newly completed 3-bedroom homes on the border of Leyton and Leytonstone.


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 is configured over 3 floors and incorporates outside space on every floor.

Offering c.1,341 sq. ft of flexible living space, the interiors make the most of the building's dimensions to create a wonderful flow throughout.

The ground floor provides the ultimate living and entertaining space. A bright dual aspect and generous ceiling heights give a light and spacious feel.

The high specification bespoke Pluck Kitchen provides a generous amount of storage space and is fully integrated to incorporate everything you would expect in a modern kitchen including an American style double fridge freezer, double oven with 6 ring gas hob, dishwasher and a washing machine/dryer. This room creates perfect social dining space.

A beautiful Dik Geurts wood burning stove creates a natural divide between the kitchen and living room. Full height double doors open out from the living space to a private landscaped rear garden.
There is also a guest cloakroom with ample coat storage discretely situated under the staircase.

The triple height, light filled feature staircase leads up to 2 double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor. The front facing bedroom has floor to ceiling windows with a Juliette balcony and the rear bedroom has French doors leading out to a full-length balcony.

The impressive vaulted master bedroom suite is located on the top floor of the house. The bedroom itself overlooks the rear garden and had a full-length private balcony. An extensive walk in wardrobe/dressing room divides the bedroom from the luxurious bathroom complete with his and hers basins, wet room style shower and a freestanding bath. Opaque windows to the front give the bathroom complete privacy, with a skylight in the vaulted ceiling providing a wonderful feel of being open to the elements.

The rear garden is fully landscaped with a mix of decking and lawn to provide the perfect alfresco living and dining space. The high rear boundary wall and side partitions give the gardens a private and secluded feel.

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.
The houses are well located for a number of nearby transport links including Leytonstone underground (Central Line) which provides easy access to the City and with Stratford to link with the Jubilee and the DLR for fast access to Canary Wharf and nearby Leyton Midland Road overground station runs from Gospel Park to Barking. A number of well-connected bus routes run from nearby High Road Leyton.

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. Leytonstone also has the benefit of being within easy reach of green spaces of Epping Forest, Wanstead Flats, Hackney Marshes and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

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