A capacious and inviting five bedroom end of terrace home on Queens Road, ideally set out for modern family living. Offering some 1900 square feet of beautifully presented internal space, this is a property of the very highest quality.
The ground floor is exactly what many families are looking for – a large, open plan space that is uber practical when it comes to family life. With uninterrupted views from front to back, this is a fantastic and generous hub to this home. With engineered wood flooring throughout, as well as plenty of room to relax, cook and dine, it’s difficult to imagine a more family friendly space. It’s also filled with light, thanks to being dual aspect, with bay to the front, bi-folds to the rear, and a skylight to add yet more illumination. The ground floor is then completed by a WC...
- Upstairs the five delightful bedrooms are spread over two floors, with equally impressive bathrooms on each. Once again, the presentation on these floors is to the same high standard as the floor below. The first floor comprises three bedrooms (including one with juliet balcony to the rear) and the main family bathroom, complete with rainfall shower over the bath. The second floor houses the two remaining bedrooms, one with en suite shower room.
Those bi-fold doors on the ground floor lead out into the rear garden. Here you’ll find a decked area for al fresco dining, low maintenance artificial lawn, and a studio (complete with en suite shower room), which would make an excellent home office.
Living here... - When you’re perched just the other side of Hoe Street from Orford Road, as this property is, you are guaranteed to have literally everything that the Village in particular (and E17 in general) has to offer. Whether it's a cold beer after a long day, dinner of a Saturday evening or a Sunday morning brunch (far too many options to fit in here!) or simply relaxing with a latte and watching the world go by, there is plenty to choose from. And that's even before we mention the the sights and sounds of the market and Hoe Street, and the green open spaces of Epping Forest.
Walthamstow Central Station is literally a hop, skip and a jump away and offers great transport links into Central London via the Victoria Line and London Overground.
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... - This house has been at the centre of our family’s life for the last 3 1/2 years. People always comment on the feel of our home, it is spacious and light but also very comfortable and cosy. We love that it is only a 5 minute stroll to the ‘Village’ and 3 minute walk to the tube. Its so convenient for transport, shops and all amenities yet is a tranquil haven. What amazes us is how the house keeps going and going, even with three kids, two cats and a dog we all have enough space to live harmoniously.
In the summertime, the kitchen doors are open to the garden and in winter its great to snuggle up in front of the fire after walks with the dog in the numerous parks and green spaces in the area. We love Walthamstow there really is a great sense of a community and there's always interesting things going on. Over the last few years we have greatly enjoyed the E17 Art Trail, The Walthamstow Garden Party. We have also discovered so many great places The William Morris Gallery in Lloyd Park, Gods Own Junkyard, Mothers Ruin Gin Palace to name a few. The schooling in the area both secondary and primary has been amazing. We will miss this house greatly and wish we could uproot it and take it with us.
Entrance - Via front door directly leading into:
Reception Room - 10.77m x 4.09m (35'4 x 13'5) - Staircase leading to first floor: Open to:
Kitchen - 7.01m x 4.09m (23'0 x 13'5) - Access to rear garden.
First Floor Landing - Staircase leading to second floor. Door to all first floor rooms.
Bedroom One - 4.09m x 3.86m (13'5 x 12'8)
Bedroom Two - 3.68m x 2.44m (12'1 x 8'0)
Bedroom Three - 3.38m x 2.29m (11'1 x 7'6)
Bathroom - 3.38m x 1.40m (11'1 x 4'7)
Second Floor Landing - Door to bedroom four & bedroom five.
Bedroom Four - 6.83m x 4.27m (22'5 x 14'0) - Door to:
Ensuite - 2.13m x 1.12m (7'0 x 3'8)
Bedroom Five - 4.14m x 2.13m (13'7 x 7'0)
Front Garden - 4.27m x 2.82m (14'0 x 9'3)
Rear Garden - 15.95m x 4.17m (52'4 x 13'8) - Access to outhouse.
Bedroom - 2.77m x 2.77m (9'1 x 9'1) - Door to:
Ensuite - 2.77m x 0.91m (9'1 x 3'0)
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