40 Orford Road
Marsh Street provides comprehensive mortgage advice for everyone. We source from a wide range of lenders and have access to a number of different products. That means we are able to find the very best mortgage for you from all of those available.
We pride ourselves on offering a friendly and high quality bespoke service that ensures that you are treated fairly at all times. We have the experience and ability to provide advice from a wide range of lenders, to cut through the fine print and explain the pros and cons of each product to make life easier for our customers.
Not only will we help you find the right mortgage, but we will use our knowledge and expertise to ensure your mortgage transaction is completed swiftly and effectively, so you can concentrate on the other parts of buying your dream home.
Marsh Street was the original name of Walthamstow High Street. This photo shows what is now the Hoe Street end of the street which was the site of several large manor houses, used as weekend or summer retreats by wealthy merchants from the City. Samuel Pepys’ bosses from the the Admiralty had houses here, and after visiting one of them Pepys described how they had drunk wine from a local vineyard and “the whole company said they never drank better foreign wine [than this one] in their lives”.
Walthamstow is full of passionate people with strong views. OK some loathe the place but most people love it.
I would hate to live somewhere where people feel nothing much about where they live, and could easily swap it for somewhere else tomorrow.
Many people I have met describe it as the friendliest place they’ve lived in London, and this for a place where the vast majority of its residents come from elsewhere. It is a place with its roots still firmly in east London soil, whose born and bred are known for their warmth and humour.
It is a place well worth getting to know. The E List is about spreading the word not only of what is happening in Walthamstow right now, but also tales of what has gone before and what people dream of next.
WVWG is a 24 hour street-facing gallery overlooking Walthamstow’s village square. It is prominently positioned amongst popular bars and restaurants on a largely pedestrianised street and provides a visual diversion for passers-by and visitors to nearby attractions such as world-renowned, neon heaven God’s Own Junkyard and the award-winning William Morris Gallery.
Current ShowTRANSFORMED 6-28 FEBRUARY 2016
The rural and urban landscape of Waltham Forest undergoing change as seen through vintage photography. Positive and negative changes. Marshes transformed by flood water, roads transformed by the laying of tram tracks and houses transformed by WWII bombs.
Exhibition in collaboration with the Vestry House Museum's photography archive.