Cute as a button, this charming terraced house on Barclay Road is the quintessential Village property. On the ground floor there’s a lounge (cup of tea whilst curled up on the sofa anyone?), dining room with adjacent kitchen (perfect for entertaining family and friends whilst whipping up a culinary storm), and family bathroom. Ascend to the first floor and you’ll discover two equally sized double bedrooms, located either side of the stairwell. To the rear is a private, courtyard style garden, where it will be a delight to relax as the warmer evenings return, perhaps with a glass of something cold after a hard day at work. A classic Village property, just waiting for the next owners to call it home…
Living here... - When it comes to describing how good the location of this house is, it’s a bit like trying to distill the collected works of Shakespeare into a single tweet – there’s just too much to cram in! How can you describe in a few short sentences all the amazing and wonderful things there are to see and do in Walthamstow Village? Things like the cornucopia of wine at In Vino Veritas, tasty tapas at Orford Saloon, the best sandwiches in E17 (in our opinion!) at The Bakery, amazing neon at God’s Own Junkyard, a pint of Queens of Hearts at the Wildcard, art in the window of WVWG…you get the idea. Like we said, if you’re not careful you can run out of sp….
In This Area - By Walthamstow Diary - Despite what people may tell you, Walthamstow Village was not invented by estate agents. It’s called Walthamstow Village because it was once exactly that, a village. Once the administrative heart of Walthamstow, the Village is now content to simply be the neon capital of Europe. An unlikely claim you might think, but visit God’s Own Junkyard on Ravenswood industrial estate and you’ll see what I mean.
When your mind has been blown by the neon, pop in to Mother’s Ruin Gin Palace and Wildcard Brewery. All three businesses are based on Ravenswood, making it the most exciting industrial estate on the planet. The Village is full of quiet residential streets that all have easy access to bucket loads of pubs and restaurants. Take in the jazz at The Nags Head on Sunday afternoon, enjoy the excellent food and beer at The Queens Arms, and sample the legendary chicken and bacon jam burger at Eat17.
To walk off all the food you’ve eaten, wander to the 15th century Ancient House, check out St Mary’s Church and its ivy clad church yard, have a pint in the garden at The Castle Pub, then admire the art in the windows of the old iron mongers.
Entrance - Via front door leading directly into:
Lounge - 3.12m x 2.77m (10'3 x 9'1) - Door to:
Dining Room - 3.81m x 3.12m (12'6 x 10'3) - Staircase leading to first floor. Open to:
Kitchen - 3.48m x 1.73m (11'5 x 5'8) - Access to rear garden. Door to:
Ground Floor Bathroom - 1.73m x 1.57m (5'8 x 5'2)
First Floor Landing - Doors to:
Bedroom One - 3.12m x 3.00m (10'3 x 9'10)
Bedroom Two - 3.12m x 2.95m (10'3 x 9'8)
Rear Garden - approx 9.14m (approx 30')
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