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Bushey Avenue, South Woodford
5 bedroom, 3 bathroom house for sale in South Woodford

Offers in Excess of £3,350,000Freehold

5 bedroom

Situated at the beginning of Bushey Avenue in the highly sought after Firs Estate, Petty Son & Prestwich are privileged to offer to market this unique, five double bedroom home, spanning approximately 3,902 Square Feet - A bespoke detached home of exacting design featuring M.V.H.R.

  • Outstanding gated residence of approximately 3,902 Square Feet
  • MVHR system
  • Office to first floor
  • Family bathroom and two en-suites
  • Huge master suite with dressing room and en-suite bathroom
  • Boot room and ground floor W.C
  • Huge kitchen/diner with separate utility and walk in pantry
  • Large formal sitting room
  • Private, South facing garden
  • Integral garage with EV charger
Situated at the beginning of Bushey Avenue in the highly sought after Firs Estate, Petty Son & Prestwich are privileged to offer to market this unique, five double bedroom home, spanning approximately 3,902 Square Feet - A bespoke detached home of exacting design featuring M.V.H.R.

The Firs Estate within South Woodford is a quiet, leafy estate bordered by forest land on two sides, with the convenience of being within a short walk of the Central Line. Impressive homes line each road, many of which are occupied by families thanks to the excellent schooling on offer, including Snaresbrook Preparatory and Snaresbrook Primary School (both 0.5 Miles) and Forest School (0.9 Miles). Bushey Avenue is situated towards the beginning of the Firs Estate providing a shorter commute to Snaresbrook Central Line Station and Wanstead High Street (0.6 Miles) and this is where 'Little Ames' can be found.

A true grand design of exceptional quality, boasting a Thermo Ash wood façade complemented by cast concrete colonnades, the most notable aspect of this exceptional home is the site on which it sits. Throughout the home, huge windows provide not only fantastic natural light which transforms the atmosphere of the home as the day progresses, but far reaching, unobscured views are also framed by its large windows. Thanks to the home having no immediate neighbours to either the front or back, a direct line of site over nothing but gardens provides great privacy despite sheer amounts of glass.

Set behind gates which can be opened by control panels positioned in the lobby of each floor, technology has been installed with convenience in mind. Hard wired Wi-Fi receivers with a dedicated office on the first floor wired with Cat 6 cabling ensures all occupants can access the internet from anywhere within the home despite its great size, whilst a Heat Recovery System evenly distributes the heat produced by the wet underfloor heating which runs beneath the polished flooring to the ground floor, and radiators on the upper floor, allowing for a comfortable climate in every room. There is a true feeling of peace and tranquillity from the moment you enter, with the principles of Feng Shui (allowing natural light and a natural flow from from room to room) being observed in every aspect of the design. Full height, black, solid wood doors of over 2 meters in height also feature throughout, mirroring the black framing on the huge glass doors and windows and providing a feeling of cohesion of design.

Entering from the centre of the house, a full height ceiling which stretches to the roof allows you to appreciate the true scale of the home; Sheer walls clad in huge white tiles draw your eyes up to two wide landings, both edged with glass balustrades, which in turn are overlooked by a breathtaking window and skylight. A generous boot room leads to large W.C, both of which could comfortably hold a pushchair and children's scooters along with a range of shoes and outwear without feeling cluttered. A large separate utility room sits just behind this, in turn providing access to the homes internal garage with electric sectional garage door, plant and boiler room. Moving into the stunning kitchen/diner, the vast space is dominated by the two huge walls of glass doors that slide back to provide direct access to the homes South facing, and incredibly private, Japanese Garden. A large island adorned with worktops, provides deep cupboards and drawers on both sides and is clad in wood that gives the impression of tree bark, providing a naturalistic feel. This is mirrored on the run of cabinets opposite that again provide a range of deep cupboards. Beneath the wood cladding a hidden door allows access to a sizeable larder cupboard which is also serviced by the Heat Recovery System allowing the space to be kept at a constant temperature. A huge skylight cuts across the entire back section of the home from the kitchen/diner to the living room, connecting both spaces and maximising the natural light throughout the day, whilst an LED strip light which runs beneath allows the feature to continue to be a focal point as evening falls. Though simply laid out, the spacious living room has been carefully planned to allow maximum versatility. The large feature wall with central fire can be easily swapped out to house a media system if desired, whilst power points are spread throughout the space, including in the middle of the floor, minimising the possibility of trailing wires. Mirroring the kitchen/diner large doors slide back to open up the room to the garden in the warmer months.

Ascending the solid wooden floating staircase to the first floor there are four double bedrooms, with the bedroom nearest to the family bathroom fitted with sound insulation allowing it to be utilised as a home gym if desired. The family bathroom benefits from a large skylight, sizeable wet-room style shower with overhead rain shower and recessed sink/w.c. The largest bedroom to this floor enjoys a sizable en-suite which, like the family bathroom, can easily accommodate a vanity unit or chest of drawers. The dedicated home office to this floor features an opening overlooking the entrance hall and plenty of space for fitting storage/incorporating a large desk with multiple screens.

The second floor is dedicated to the master suite and is quite spectacular in both scale and design. Entering the door into the main sleeping area, two huge picture windows frame nothing but treetops and against all odds the room feels incredibly private. To one side of the room a huge en-suite with skylight houses a bath, book-ended by two large inbuilt storage chests. Opposite to this are twin sinks, another large shower with rain shower and w.c. with bidet. A generous dressing room lies behind the en-suite to the opposite side of the room, a space which could comfortably house a fantastic, enviable wardrobe. The sleeping space is large enough to comfortably fit even the largest of beds in addition to a sitting area.

Externally the front of the home has been landscaped simplistically. There is access to the garage and electric car charging point to the right, whilst to the left Japanese Acers are planted intermittently outside the window of the main living area. To the centre the main entrance is lit by downlighters hidden in the path edging provide evening ambience. The rear South facing garden is a mix of shallow water features which act as mirrors and reflect the sky, architectural planting and paving - a striking, low-maintenance garden which becomes an extension of the house when the rear doors are slid open. We can say in confidence another home of similar design and quality will not come available again unless this home returns to market !

EPC Rating: TBC
Council Tax Band: G

RECEPTION ROOM 29' 9" x 17' 11" (9.07m x 5.46m)

KITCHEN/DINER 38' 5" x 13' 7" (11.71m x 4.14m)

PANTRY 7' 1" x 5' 9" (2.16m x 1.75m)

GARAGE 21' 2" x 14' 3" (6.45m x 4.34m)

BEDROOM ONE 22' 6" x 13' 6" (6.86m x 4.11m)

DRESSING ROOM 14' 0" x 11' 9" (4.27m x 3.58m)

BEDROOM TWO 18' 6" x 9' 4" (5.64m x 2.84m)

BEDROOM THREE 15' 6" x 9' 10" (4.72m x 3m)

BEDROOM FOUR 15' 2" x 8' 1" (4.62m x 2.46m)

BEDROOM FIVE 13' 11" x 13' 9" (4.24m x 4.19m)

OFFICE 9' 9" x 7' 9" (2.97m x 2.36m)
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