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Looking for modern luxury? Perhaps you are a footballer with Tottenham or West Ham and want easy access to your training ground?

    Fusion Residential’s Heywood House, Emerson Park, £3.4 million
    Fusion Residential’s Heywood House, Emerson Park, £3.4 million

    Looking for modern luxury? Perhaps you are a footballer with Tottenham or West Ham and want easy access to your training ground? Perhaps you simply want a family home with every facility money can buy? Heywood House, Emerson Park consists of six bedrooms, kitchen, gym, sauna, indoor swimming pool, as well as formal reception rooms. Set over three floors, the house has underfloor heating throughout, walnut and glass staircase, Crestron management control system, Lutron mood lighting system and the whole building is 6,796 sq ft. The price? £3.4 million

    Ivan Toscani, of developer Fusion Residential, says: "This beautiful, bespoke property would suit a family or individual who enjoys their leisure time and loves to entertain. The games room will be wonderful for parties, as it leads to the indoor swimming pool area. As this then leads on to the garden outside, you can imagine how much it will be enjoyed."

    Neo-Georgian in exterior style, Heywood House is designed inside for regular entertaining. Rooms are spacious, with a clean, contemporary look. The entrance hall is large and features a walnut and glass staircase.

    The pool area leads to the garden, while the kitchen and breakfast room have a glass wall on to the swimming area. "You can imagine a family in here having breakfast together - or perhaps the children swimming while the parents watch and enjoy a cup of coffee at the same time," says Mr Toscani.

    On the first floor, four out of the five bedrooms have en-suite facilities. The master bedroom has its own dressing area, a balcony and a bathroom with TV. If you want an extra bedroom upstairs, there is scope to make the games room into a cinema room and to transform the cinema room on the top floor into another bedroom.

    Accessed via a drive, the three-storey house stands in just over 0.4 acres of landscaped grounds, behind electric gates on a tree-lined avenue.

    Emerson Park is a leafy part of east London and the mature trees in the grounds can be lit at night to provide a backdrop to dinners on the terrace. Approximately 50 lights are stationed around the garden to illuminate its features.

    The double-width garage is accessed from the drive, with lighting and security cameras positioned around the front of the house.

    From the large stone terrace, you can follow the path down through the lawned area, to the pergola with its granite steps. Security cameras also feature at the rear and there is an irrigation system at front and rear.

    "We've had people from London to look at the property," says Fusion's Warren Rosenberg, "a couple of football agents and, in the last week, interest from two local people who live very nearby. It appeals to someone with a family who wants all the facilities."

    "This is a beautiful house," says Mr Toscani, "offering a fabulous lifestyle that is just waiting for the right person to move in and enjoy it."

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