Before we get started, we have an admission to make. Many, many, MANY years ago (more than he is prepared to admit to and before it was converted), the house in which this flat sits belonged to the writer’s great-grandparents, and he used to go there every Friday after school for his tea. It was always a house filled with laughter and music (they had a music room with a grand piano in it!), and if you have half the fun here that he did, you’re going to love it! Of course, it’s changed in the years since, but like the house he remembers, this flat is huge and filled with light. It’s also been thoughtfully and tastefully refurbished by the current owner to create a beautiful, stylish home, one that the writer is sure his great-grandparents would approve of (even if they wouldn’t recognise it). Who knows, you could even be telling your own great-grandchildren about it one day – now wouldn’t that be something…

Living here... - We’ve been trying to work out what our perfect Village Saturday is, and to be honest we’re struggling. Not because we can’t think of anything to do. No, the exact opposite in fact – there’s too much to do, and what constitutes our “perfect day” changes as we think of new things. We could maybe take a stroll down to the Village Bakery for a coffee and a sausage sandwich (with brown sauce, obviously). Then again, the breakfasts at Eat 17 are fantastic too, so perhaps a table there with the morning papers for company. But then again, maybe as it’s Saturday a lie in is called for and then a coffee at Froth & Rind, followed by meeting some friends for lunch at The Queens or the Village Kitchen. And that’s only the morning! The evening brings even more choice, with cocktails at Mother’s Ruin, Jack of Clubs at the Wildcard Brewery, dazzling neon at God’s Own junkyard, dinner at The Castle….the list goes on and on. It’s enough to make your head hurt! Maybe we need to go and get a coffee from Huck’s whilst we give this some more thought…


Communal Entrance - Via front door leading into:

Communal Hallway - Further door leading in to flat.

Entrance Hallway - Staircase leading to first floor.

First Floor Landing - 5.23m x 2.26m (17'2 x 7'5) - Access to lounge/kitchen, bedroom one, bedroom two & bathroom.

Lounge/Kitchen - 5.51m x 4.55m (18'1 x 14'11)

Bedroom One - 4.55m x 3.48m (14'11 x 11'5)

Bedroom Two - 4.04m x 3.48m (13'3 x 11'5) - Door to:

Walk-In Wardrobe

Bathroom - 3.00m x 2.26m (9'10 x 7'5) - Door to:

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  • First Victorian Floor Flat
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Vacant
  • Refurbished
  • Openplan Lounge/Kitchen
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Popular Walthamstow Village Location
  • 0.7m To Walthamstow Central Station
  • No Onward Chain
  • 919 Sq Ft (85.3 Sq M)