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4 bed semi-detached house for sale in Northbrook Road, Ilford IG1 - Zoopla

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4 bed semi-detached house for sale
Northbrook Road, Ilford IG1
£750,000
  • 4 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • 1 reception room
  • Freehold
  • Four bedrooms
  • Four bathrooms
  • Highly energy efficient
  • Osp for 2/3 cars
  • Triple glazing
  • LED lighting throughout
  • EPC - B
 

Description

Passivehaus certified! This four bedroom, three storey, energy efficient, semi detached house has the benefit of triple glazing for acoustic insulation, mvhr (Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery) system, oak flooring, stainless power points, fitted kitchen diner, lounge, ground floor shower room, three first floor bedrooms including en-suite bathroom to master bedroom, first floor bathroom, second floor bedroom and yet another bathroom! Further benefits include off street parking and is conveniently located for Valentines Park, Ilford town centre and mainline station with the oncoming Elizabeth Line and major bus routes. Security features, including high security locks to front and back of property and to all windows, the house is wired for security alarm and cctv, external LED motion sensor lighting to front, side and rear. Please call our sales team for more information.
Ground floor

entrance

Via high security front door with triple glazed sidelight.
Entrance hall

Oak flooring, fitted cloak cupboard with sliding doors, power points, internal door to hallway.
Hallway

Service room housing mvhr system, oak flooring.
Ground floor shower/WC

Tiled floor and walls, close coupled WC, hand wash basin with mixer tap, electric towel radiator, wall mirror and stainless steel wall mounted bathroom cabinet, shave socket, shower cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower, LED spotlights to ceiling.
Lounge

14' 4" maximum x 18' 4" maximum (4.37m x 5.59m)
Triple glazed picture and casement window to rear, under stairs storage cupboard, programmable supplementary heater, oak flooring, power points, triple glazed sliding patio door to garden.
Kitchen diner

13' 11" x 17' 2" maximum (4.24m x 5.23m)
Two triple glazed casement windows to front, tiled floor, range of eye and base units, quartz work surface with glass up-stands, stainless steel sink with Grohe mixer tap incorporating a separate filtered water supply, Neff induction hob, double electric oven and extractor hood, Neff integrated dishwasher, LED pendant lights, spotlights and under-cupboard lighting, power points, TV point.
Utility cupboard

Plumbing for washing machine and space above for tumble dryer.
First floor

landing

Oak floor, power points.
First floor bathroom/WC

Triple glazed opaque casement window to side, tiled floor and walls, back to wall WC, vanity sink unit with mixer tap, wall mirror and shave socket, panelled bath with mixer tap, grab rails, shower attachment and shower screen, LED spotlights to ceiling.
Bedroom one

14' 3" maximum x 14' 5" maximum (4.34m x 4.39m)
Triple glazed picture and casement window to rear, oak flooring, power points.
En-suite shower/WC

Tiled floor and walls, electric towel radiator, walk-in shower cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower, vanity sink unit with mixer tap, back to wall WC, wall mirror, stainless steel wall mounted bathroom cabinet, shave socket, LED spotlights to ceiling.
Bedroom two

10' 3" x 14' 1" maximum (3.12m x 4.29m)
Triple glazed casement window to front, triple glazed picture window to front, oak flooring, power points, TV point.
Bedroom three

9' 9" x 9' 10" (2.97m x 3.00m)
Triple glazed casement window to front, oak flooring, power points.
Second floor

landing

Electrically operated Velux style window with external sun shade, oak flooring, glass balustrade, cupboard on stairs, door to cupboard/loft space with oak flooring and hot water cylinder.
Bedroom four

15' 2" x 14' 3" maximum to narrowing head height (4.62m x 4.34m)
Triple glazed picture and casement window to rear, electrically operated Velux style window with blackout blind and external sun shade, oak flooring, fitted cupboards, power points.
Second floor bathroom/WC

Triple glazed opaque casement window to front, tiled floor and walls, electric towel radiator, back to wall WC, vanity sink unit with mixer tap, wall mirror, stainless steel wall mounted bathroom cabinet, shave socket, quadrant shower cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower, LED spotlights to ceiling, fitted cupboard with access to wall mounted hot water boiler.
Exterior

front garden

Providing off street parking.
Rear garden

Approximately 50' with patio area and retaining wall, built-in bench to patio area, steps up to lawn area, garden shed on hard standing, pedestrian side access.
Further information

additional key features

• Highly insulated, energy efficient, architect designed, certified Passivhaus
• 10-year blp House Builders Warranty effective from 29/05/2019
• mvhr (Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery) system
• High security locks to all external door and windows
• TV & it (internet) points to all rooms
• Low energy LED lighting throughout (mixture of pendant or recessed)
• Smoke alarms throughout
• Venetian blinds to all windows
• Anti-slip porcelain tiles to kitchen and bathrooms
• Filtered ventilation via the mvhr system to all rooms, bathrooms and kitchen
• Automatic external lighting
• Short walk to local park, golf course and Ilford town centre
• Stratford Olympic Park & Westgate is a short train ride away
• Excellent schools close by
• Two large under-eaves storage rooms with oak flooring

Certified Passivhaus: Northbrook Road, Ilford, IG1 3FJ

information about passivhaus design:
· This house was designed, and construction was overseen, by Peter Ranken, Accredited Passivhaus Design (part of The Tooley & Foster Partnership llp).
· The house is certified to Passivhaus standard by the Passivhaus Institute, Germany. The standard imposes an exacting quality assurance process and rigorous modelling and independent testing to ensure construction complies with Passivhaus specification. The Passivhaus specification focuses on maintaining a comfortable living environment and energy saving.
· Energy saving means a large reduction in energy costs, typically 75-80% less than a property built to the current highest UK Building Regulations standards.
· The construction is thermally highly efficient. The floor slabs, building frames and roofs are super-insulated with great attention given to eliminating thermal bridging. Exterior walls achieve u-values of less than 0.15. High performance triple glazed windows and insulated front doors result in u-values of less than 0.8.
· The construction is airtight and therefore draught free. Measured air changes are less than 0.6 per hour at 50Pa (Pascal). The Passivhaus airtightness standards are so exacting that letterbox openings are not permitted in front doors or walls.
· Super-insulation has the added benefit of making the house acoustically insulated from traffic noise.
· Windows are recessed in the structure of the house to reduce solar gain in summer but allow it in winter when the sun is low.
· The property benefits from a virtually noise free mvhr system, which provide a 24/7 supply of filtered, dust free air. This ensures high internal air quality, minimal risk of condensation and comfortable temperatures in summer and winter.
· The mvhr system extracts stale air whilst fresh air is drawn in on a constant cycle. In winter, the heat recovery system is automatically activated to pre-heat fresh incoming air, using heat from the air being extracted. This system recovers over 90% of heat. The mvhr system means that windows do not need to be opened to ensure ventilation, as the system is constantly circulating and exchanging air to ensure a fresh and healthy living environment.
· To supplement the mvhr system in winter, the property has a small electric panel heater in the living room, plus heated towel rails in shower rooms. This together with heat generated from normal family occupation (e.g. From kitchen and laundry appliances, electronic appliances, human body heat) is sufficient to keep the house comfortably warm in winter.

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Note

The 2019 riba Sterling Prize was awarded to a Passivhaus development in Norwich. In awarding the prize, the judges recognised the environmental benefits, low running costs and high-quality living environment afforded by adopting stringent Passivhaus specifications.

Passive house (german; passivhaus)
Passive house is a rigorous, voluntary standard for energy efficiency in a building, which reduces the building’s ecological footprint. It results in ultra-low energy buildings that require little energy for space heating or cooling. The strategy of a Passive House is to reuse “free” heat to heat the home. The stale air leaving the house is carrying the “free” heat. It goes through the heat recovery ventilator, and transfers the heat, to the incoming fresh air, before it leaves the building. A Passive House requires as little as 10 percent of the energy used by typical central European buildings – meaning an energy savings of up to 90 percent. The Passive House Standard stands for quality, comfort and energy efficiency. Passive Houses require very little energy to achieve a comfortable temperature year-round, making conventional heating and air conditioning systems obsolete.
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