A wonderfully light and airy four double bedroom house on Chelmsford Road, with oodles of communal space to match.
On the ground floor the two reception rooms having been opened up to create one large, lounge diner, whilst directly behind sits the galley style kitchen, which also offers sufficient space for dining, if you so choose.
The four bedrooms are equally divided across the two upper floors, with a cavernous family bathroom on the first floor and a delightful en suite shower room on the second. As on the ground floor, all the rooms are well presented and, because of their generous proportions, very practical.
To the rear of the property and accessed via the kitchen is the rear garden. Mostly laid to lawn and with a sizeable decked area for al fresco dining, this is a secluded outdoor space – perfect for relaxing after a long day.
Living here... - Within a stone’s throw of Thomas Gamuel Park (if you have any canine members of the family they are going to love this house too!), the location of this property is fab. It’s also ideal for the morning commute, with Walthamstow Central station a hop, skip and a jump away. But enough about walking the dog and the morning commute – let’s talk about what to do when time is your own. How about wandering up to Hoe Street and catching a movie at The Empire with the kids, or maybe something to eat at SoDo or Yard Sale? The always excellent Hornbeam Café is a few minutes walk away and serves some of the best vegan food in London. If you’re meeting friends, then where better than over cocktails at Mirth Marvel & Maude, or maybe a pint at The Rose & Crown? Or you could grab the kids and your wellies and head over to Walthamstow Wetlands, the largest urban wetlands in Europe.
Of course, if all that sounds too much, just relax on a bench in the park and watch the world go by…
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 our new 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 it has recently 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 Hallway - Staircase leading to first floor.
Reception Room One - 4.27m x 3.20m (14'0 x 10'6) - Open to:
Reception Room Two - 3.20m x 3.18m (10'6 x 10'5) - Open to:
Kitchen - 3.38m x 2.51m (11'1 x 8'3) - Door to rear garden. Open to:
Kitchen Area - 2.51m x 2.06m (8'3 x 6'9)
First Floor Landing - Staircase leading to second floor. Door to all first floor rooms.
Bedroom One - 4.27m x 3.38m (14'0 x 11'1)
Bedroom Two - 3.38m x 2.64m (11'1 x 8'8)
First Floor Bathroom - 3.07m x 2.51m (10'1 x 8'3)
Second Floor Landing - Door to bedroom three & bedroom four.
Bedroom Three - 4.83m x 2.24m (15'10 x 7'4 ) - Door to:
Ensuite - 2.72m x 1.45m (8'11 x 4'9)
Rear Garden - approx 12.19m (approx 40')
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