When it comes to choosing a home for your family, space is often the prime consideration. In which case this 1200 square foot (or 111 square metre if you prefer) terraced house on Belgrave Road might very well be exactly what you’re looking for. Set over three floors, it has plenty of room for all the family (and friends too). On the ground floor the bay fronted lounge flows seamlessly into the dining room and thence to the extended kitchen to the rear. Thus there is an abundance of communal space, whether it’s just you and the kids, or the extended family have arrived. Wander back the way you came, passed the ground floor bathroom, and climb the stairs to the first floor. Here you’ll find three double bedrooms, all presented to the same high standard as the rest of the house. A further climb then brings you to the loft room, which with the usual consents and permissions could, we think, be easily converted into a fourth bedroom if you so wished. The property is rounded off by the private rear garden. Space aplenty for all – in our experience nothing can guarantee familial happiness, but with this much room it’s more likely than not!
Living here... - It can sometimes feel like kids are proof that perpetual motion machines really do exist, can’t it? You may be flagging after an hour of chasing them around, but they are only just warming up. Good job then that this family home is right in the heart of all the great things to do in and around E17. There’s cycling in Thomas Gamuel Park (with or without canine members of the family – that’s optional), swimming at Leyton Leisure Lagoon, five a side at Walthamstow Leisure Centre, tennis at Lloyd Park, an afternoon of popcorn and movies at The Scene …we’re tired just telling you about it all! Whatever you and the little monsters (sorry, angels) want to get up to, this house is perfectly positioned for it. Be totally bonkers not to live here really…
In This Area - By Walthamstow Diary - Get off the tube at Walthamstow Central and find the world waiting for you. Honestly, this is no exaggeration - if you want something, you’ll likely find it not too far from the station. The market, the longest in Europe, is busy and thriving. Pick up fresh fruit and veg, or visit the rotisserie stall on a Saturday for the best pork or chicken baguettes in town. Next to the market we have a shopping centre packed with high street names, and right at the top of the High Street you’ll find the cinema and retail complex. Called The Scene, it is home to a ten screen Empire cinema, Pizza Express, and loads of other bars and restaurants. Just around the corner from this new cinema, is a very old one. The Granada opened in 1930, and after a long campaign by local residents reopened as a bar and live music venue. Now called Mirth, Marvel & Maud, this building is simply stunning. The hustle and bustle of the High Street is contrasted by the quiet residential streets that surround it. This part of Walthamstow really gives you the best of both worlds, a shopping hub, nightlife, and peace and quiet at home.
Entrance - Via front door leading into:
Entrance Porch - Further door leading to:
Reception Room - 4.95m x 4.29m (16'3 x 14'1) - Staircase leading to first floor. Open to:
Dining Room - 3.38m x 2.74m (11'1 x 9'0) - Open to:
Kitchen - 3.68m x 3.05m (12'1 x 10'0) - Access to rear garden. Door to:
Ground Floor Bathroom - 3.07m x 2.64m (10'1 x 8'8)
First Floor Landing - Staircase leading to loft room. Door to all first floor rooms.
Bedroom One - 4.29m x 3.96m (14'1 x 13'0)
Bedroom Two - 3.35m x 2.64m (11'0 x 8'8)
Bedroom Three - 3.18m x 2.46m (10'5 x 8'1)
Loft Room - 3.96m x 3.35m (13'0 x 11'0)
Rear Garden - approx 7.62m (approx 25')
Disclaimer: - The information provided about this property does not constitute or form part of any offer or contract, nor may it be relied upon as representations or statements of fact. All measurements are approximate and should be used as a guide only. Any systems, services or appliances listed herein have not been tested by us and therefore we cannot verify or guarantee they are in working order. Details of planning and building regulations for any works carried out on the property should be specifically verified by the purchasers’ conveyancer or solicitor, as should tenure/lease information (where appropriate).