This exquisite three bedroom, semi-detached house on Forest Rise has been brilliantly renovated by the current owner, resulting in a bright, modern home wrapped in a beautiful Victorian shell.
The sash double glazed lounge to the front hints at the quality of the finish throughout, with sleek flooring underfoot and an exposed brick feature chimney and fireplace. Directly behind, off the hallway, sits the fully tiled, three piece family bathroom. The hub of this amazing home though is the cavernous kitchen diner. It’s 320 square feet of space is flooded with light, thanks to the profusion of skylights and the large bi-fold doors. It features a range of modern units and integrated appliances, together with richly coloured wooden worktops. There’s plenty of space for the family to gather around the dining table at mealtimes, plus a handy island unit/breakfast bar for when it’s just the two of you...
- Wander upstairs and the standard of the presentation and finish continues. The three bedrooms, are all well proportioned and neutrally decorated, with the nice added touch of Victorian style radiators in each, plus another stunning feature chimney breast in the master.
To the rear is a private garden, accessed via those bi-fold doors. It is mostly laid to lawn, with a small paved patio area for al fresco relaxing or dining.
Living here... - What is there to do, we hear you ask, in this fab part of E17? Perhaps the more accurate question is where to start! Well, how about at The Duke for cocktails and burgers, or maybe get in some pizzas from Marilucia before heading to the Ravenswood to have your mind blown by dazzling neon at God’s Own Junkyard, all whilst enjoying a pint from one of the breweries there. Alternatively, you could walk on a bit further and sample the many delights of Walthamstow Village, or you could jump on the train at Wood Street station if a night in town beckons (checking out the street art as you go). Wherever you end up, once the evening is over and Sunday morning dawns, what better way to clear the head than with a walk around Hollow Ponds or Epping Forest with your faithful canine companion, perhaps stopping for breakfast at Dudley’s or one of the many other cafes on Wood Street on the way home (go on, you deserve it!)
In This Area - By Walthamstow Diary - Picture the scene…you wake up on a Sunday morning, brew a cup of your favourite coffee for the vacuum mug, grab the lead as the dog waits (im) patiently by the front door, and then you head off out into the forest directly opposite your front door, man and dog ready for their next adventure. Sound good? Well, with this beautiful house that’s entirely possible, because it really does sit directly opposite Epping Forest. But don’t be fooled into thinking it’s miles from the bright lights as a result. No, instead it’s still just a short stroll down Upper Walthamstow Road to Wood Street, with its eponymous station offering easy access into the City, whilst the street itself has plenty to amuse and entertain - should the dog ever decide to allow you to venture back from your walk! Check out The Duke for burgers and cocktails, Marilucia for the best pizzas around, or Hillmans when only afternoon tea will hit the spot.
Entrance - Via front door leading into:
Entrance Hallway - Door to all ground floor rooms.
Reception Room - 3.45m x 3.35m (11'4 x 11'0)
Kitchen/Diner - 7.29m x 4.11m (23'11 x 13'6) - Sliding patio door to rear garden.
Ground Floor Bathroom - 7.29m x 4.11m (23'11 x 13'6)
First Floor Landing - Door to all first floor rooms.
Bedroom One - 4.39m x 3.45m (14'5 x 11'4)
Bedroom Two - 3.02m x 2.62m (9'11 x 8'7)
Bedroom Three - 2.46m x 2.13m (8'1 x 7'0)
Rear Garden - approx 10.67m (approx 35')
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).