A distinctive Warner Estates built residence set moments from the gates of Lloyd Park and the William Morris Gallery, which is steeped in local and British history as the former home of eponymous Arts & Crafts polymath. This fantastic purpose built flat is your classic ground floor Warner design with two good sized double bedrooms, a light filled lounge, and a modern galley kitchen with door leading to a shared rear garden. The property offers some lovely period details such as Victorian fireplaces, sash windows, stripped pine doors & original flooring, as well as the more familiar Warner features such as the external plaster mouldings and original front door with its distinctive letter box. The property has been tastefully renovated, including a newly fitted bathroom with cast iron roll top bath.
Living here... - The Lloyd Park area has become one of the favourite places to live in E17, as not only do you have green open spaces and amenities on your doorstep, but you also have the Victorian Line within walking distance at both Walthamstow Central and Blackhorse Road Stations. Two great gastro pubs (The Bell and The Dog & Duck) are your nearest locals, where a decent pint and food are always on offer. The wonderful Lloyd Park and William Morris Gallery are just down the road, offering a multitude of yearly events such as The Walthamstow Garden Party, whilst a relaxing coffee and cheeky cake (go on, you deserve it!) can be found at the Gallery’s café.. Enjoy a pint or two in the new Collab bar or the old EMD Cinema (Mirth Marvel & Maud), or go to the modern multiplex at The Scene for the latest Hollywood blockbuster.
In This Area - By Walthamstow Diary - William Morris was a Walthamstow lad - he lived in the Water House on Forest Road. His childhood home is now the William Morris Gallery, the only gallery on the face of the planet dedicated to his life and work. Lloyd Park, in which the gallery stands, is named after another former resident of the Water House, Edward Lloyd, a publisher of penny dreadfuls. As well as having a medieval moat, playground and a cafe, the park is also home to some great local events, including the May Day dog show which shouldn't be missed. The best dressed dog round is amazing. One year it had a Star Wars theme, with staffie princess Leahs competing against AT-AT Great Danes - it was glorious. The park is surrounded by quiet streets of ex-Warner properties, The Bell pub is around the corner from the gallery, and the cafes of Hoe Street are just a short trot away. Give Wyndwood Art District a go - this little cafe has a lot going on, including a running club and exhibitions. Tommy’s Tuck In cafe, opposite the park, is a good spot for a hangover fixing breakfast. All this is only a fifteen minute walk from the station.
Entrance - Via front door leading into:
Entrance Hallway - 6.48m x 1.47m (21'3 x 4'10) - Access to all rooms.
Reception Room - 4.50m x 3.61m (14'9 x 11'10)
Kitchen - 2.54m x 2.54m (8'4 x 8'4) - Access To Rear Garden.
Bedroom One - 3.51m x 3.48m (11'6 x 11'5)
Bedroom Two - 3.61m x 3.20m (11'10 x 10'6)
Bathroom - 2.54m x 2.49m (8'4 x 8'2)
Rear Garden (Shared) - approx 9.14m (approx 30')
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