Malvern Road, Hornchurch


  • bedrooms3
  • bathrooms1
  • receptions2

A delightful late Victorian house, ideally situated within a short walk from Romford town centre and mainline railway station with a fast link to London Liverpool Street and will also benefit from the pending Crossrail line, connecting Romford to the West End of London and beyond. The property is well presented and has bright and spacious accommodation throughout. This characterful home retains a wealth of period style features, such as tall ceilings and feature fireplaces in both reception rooms and bedrooms and the current owner has made many improvements to the property, including the fitting of double glazed sash windows and external doors. Offered to the market with no onward chain, the spacious westerly rear garden will appeal to families.


A feature wood effect UPVC obscure double glazed front door opens to:-

SITTING ROOM - 4.19m x 3.71m (13'9 x 12'2)

A lovely bright and spacious room drawing light from a feature UPVC double glazed bay sash window to the front elevation. Oak strip flooring throughout. Picture rail. Radiator. A central focal point is an ornate cast iron fireplace with decorative wooden surround and tiled hearth. Ornate coved cornice to ceiling. Door to:-

DINING ROOM - 3.76m x 3.68m (12'4 x 12'1)

A well proportioned room illuminated by a UPVC double glazed sash window to the rear elevation. Radiator. A staircase rises to the first floor and below this is a useful storage cupboard that accommodates the fusebox and meters. Continuation of wood strip flooring from the sitting room. Ornate coved cornice to ceiling and dado rail. A delightful focal point of this room is a period style fireplace. A door opens to the:-

KITCHEN - 3.35m x 2.01m (11' x 6'7)

A well appointed kitchen fitted with a range of units that comprise base cupboards, drawers and matching wall cabinets along two walls. A wood block worktop incorporates a porcelain Astra cast butler sink with Victorian style mixer tap and tiled splashbacks above. Space for free standing fridge/freezer, oven cooker and washing machine. Tiling to the floor. UPVC double glazed window to the side elevation. A cupboard conceals the Vaillant gas fired boiler. Access to:-


From here a UPVC obscure double glazed door leads to the rear garden. Continuation of tiling to floor. Door to family bathroom.


This bathroom contains a panel enclosed bath with hand grips and wall mounted shower unit. Charlotte wash hand basin with tiled splash backs above. Low level Charlotte WC with wooden seat. Tiling to floor. Radiator. UPVC obscure double glazed window to the side elevation.


Doors open to:-

BEDROOM ONE - 3.71m x 3.45m (12'2 x 11'4)

A sunny bedroom situated at the front of the property and fitted with a UPVC double glazed window. Dado and picture rail. Radiator. A period style fireplace is an attractive feature.

BEDROOM TWO - 3.78m max x 3.71m max (12'5 max x 12'2 max)

A large double bedroom fitted with a UPVC double glazed sash window to the rear with radiator below. Dado rail. Picture rail. Access to loft storage space. Period style fireplace. From here a door opens to the:-

BEDROOM 3 - 3.35m x 2.01m (11' x 6'7)

Fitted with a UPVC double glazed window to the rear. Dado rail. Picture rail. Radiator.


The rear garden has a depth of 33' and a width of 15'. The garden commences with a large paved terrace which has a westerly elevation so is in sunshine throughout virtually the entire day. The garden has been planted with a varied and interesting assortment of plants and shrubs which serve to provide an attractive garden setting. To the rear is hard standing upon which stands a shed that is to remain. Outside tap. Access to the front garden via a wooden gate.


The property is retained by a low level brick wall and a gate opens and leads to the front door. The remainder has been laid to a brick paviour. As previously mentioned there is access to the rear garden by the side of the property through a timber gate.
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