A bright, spacious and beautifully presented three bedroom end of terrace home, nestling quietly in central E17.
This delightful house offers over 1300 square feet of family friendly space, set over two floors and a basement. It also has planning permission for a side extension (full details of which are available upon request).
The ground floor is primarily made up of two large, uber practical rooms – the living room and the kitchen diner. The former is dual aspect, and over 25 feet in length. Like all the rooms (bar the family bathroom) it has richly toned stripped wood flooring underfoot, which the natural light from the bay window bounces off to create a real sense of warmth and welcome. That feeling is enhanced by the wood burning stove in the hearth – surely a real focal point on a cold winter’s evening. The kitchen diner is another capacious space, again filled with light, and offering plenty of space both to cook and eat as a family. It also offers access to the garden to the rear...
- Wander back into the hallway, passing the door to the basement on your way, and climb to the first floor. Here you’ll discover three solid double bedrooms, including a main one that stretches across the full width of the house. This floor also houses the sleek, modern family bathroom, with period style fittings including a roll top bath with rainfall shower over. It’s a delight.
Outside there is a charming rear garden, with a mixture of lawn and mature border planting. There’s also a paved patio area for al fresco dining, once the warmer weather returns.
Living here... - We could tell you about all the wonderful things in and around this fantastic part of E17, from delicious sourdough pizzas at SoDo and comedy nights at The Rose & Crown, to movies at the Empire and Sunday roasts at The Chequers. We could even bang on about how easy the daily commute will be thanks to the proximity of Walthamstow Central station (or indeed Walthamstow Queens Road station). But it’s about more than that, surely? It’s about living somewhere where you can feel part of a vibrant local community, where you want to put down long term roots because you can’t imagine living anywhere else, and where you can easily imagine watching your family expand and grow. That’s what living in this fabulous part of East London is all about, and what makes it such a special place to live.
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.
In The Owners Words... - We instantly fell in love when we first saw the house due to its spacious, bright and airy feel which was unlike any house we saw in Walthamstow when we were buying. We renovated the house using the best materials and design with the idea that we would live in it for the next 20 years. We are filmmakers and have found Walthamstow an extremely exciting place to be. There are people from different backgrounds, old communities and new creatives living peacefully side by side. We hold an annual street party where everyone contributes with food, music, games for children and even bunting. It is a pleasurable experience that gives you a real sense of a community. Unforeseen circumstances have made us relocate to Bristol and say good-bye to our beautiful beloved home.
Entrance - Via front door leading into:
Entrance Hallway - Staircase leading to first floor. Access to all ground floor rooms & cellar.
Cellar - 6.71m x 2.46m (22'0 x 8'1)
Living Room - 7.65m x 3.91m (25'1 x 12'10)
Kitchen/Diner - 6.10m x 3.66m (20'0 x 12'0) - Door to rear garden.
First Floor Landing - Door to all first floor rooms.
Bedroom One - 5.13m x 3.76m (16'10 x 12'4)
Bedroom Two - 3.78m x 3.10m (12'5 x 10'2)
Bedroom Three - 3.51m x 3.38m (11'6 x 11'1)
First Floor Bathroom - 2.77m x 2.06m (9'1 x 6'9)
Rear Garden - approx 21.34m (approx 70')
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).