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£625,000 OIRO

2 Bedroom Penthouse SSTC

Station Road, Chingford

Key Features

  • new build
  • 0.3 miles to chingford station
  • penthouse apartment
  • solar panels
  • air source heat pumps
  • rainwater reclamation system
  • roof terrace
  • integrated white goods
  • triple/double glazed

Property Description

These light and airy apartments maximise the available space, offering privacy and outside areas. Our development has minimised the environmental impact of building, and has used sustainable energy sources. The building nestles within the neighbouring units and stands out as an example of clever design and careful planning. Our development gives care and consideration to the space, with high-end contemporary design and finishes.

- Air source heat pumps
- Rainwater reclamation system
- Solar panels
- Where possible or viable, materials used in construction are from renewable, sustainable or recyclable sources
- A rated kitchen appliances where possible
- Dual Flush toilets
- Triple glazed to front high street for high acoustic performance.
- Upgraded insulation throughout
- Heat recovery ventilation system
- Contemporary Fitted kitchen featuring gloss Finishes with Quartz worktops and upstands
- Under-counter sink with mixer tap
- Range of energy efficient integrated appliances including
- 4 or 5 ring electric hob unit with extractor over
- Electric fan oven
- Microwave combined with second oven facility
- Fridge/freezer
- Dishwasher
- Fitted washing machine
- Condensing clothes dryer
- Attractively tiled, full height to bath/shower area, half height to other areas
- Glazed shower screen with ClearShield technology
- Fitted mirror
- Soft close wall hung WC
- Wall hung hand basin with vanity drawer
- Chrome towel rail
- Air source heat pumps with underfloor heating throughout and wi-fi enabled digital touch pad controller
- Each apartment has either a large garden amenity area or large external balcony with lighting and power
- Tiled flooring to halls, living and kitchen area
- Porcelain floor tiling to bathrooms/en suites
- Carpeting to bedrooms
- Internal doors oiled oak with brushed chrome door furniture
- Aluminium double glazed windows and door to terrace/ balcony to Triple-glazed performance
- White satinwood to joinery
- Ceilings and walls finished in white vinyl matt
- Down lighters to hallways, kitchen, bathrooms and en suites
- Pendants to living areas and bedrooms
- Brushed chrome electrical switches and sockets
- Dimmable lighting throughout
- Balcony/patio lighting and external power
- Audio visual colour entry system with security monitoring complaint
- BT point to living room
- Pre wired for satellite TV with communal satellite
- Fire Sprinkler System
- Smart phone controlled video door entry allowing control in any location worldwide
- Integrated fire alarm system.
- Automatic Smoke ventilation to stair core
- EWS1 fire approved assessments to all apartments

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20 and 22 Station Road were built in the late 1800s. The family bakery company, "May's Bakery", was started in around 1895 by George May, a German immigrant, in Well Street, Hackney and later Broadway Market,
Hackney. His son, also George May, took over in the 1920s in number 21 Station Road. In the late 1930s he
bought the freehold of 22 Station Road which was a dairy and small café.
The shop was developed over the years and traded under the name James Crown Bakeries, with a seating area for snacks, a cake decorating department and bread making by traditional methods, with around 8 bakers working from 1am Monday to Saturday, and in later years, Sunday. The bakery was a popular destination and had many visits from local primary schools, allowing the children to see the bread being made and even baking some small breads they had moulded themselves.
It continued as a bakers until 2014. 
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