An exceptionally presented and enviably located one bedroom garden flat on Cleveland Park Avenue.
This home effortlessly mixes period features with modern touches, resulting in a wonderfully warm and inviting home. Offering just shy of 700 square feet of space, all of the rooms are generously dimensioned and practically proportioned. The lounge is filled with natural light, thanks to the front aspect bay window, and this serves to highlight the beautiful original coving to the ceiling, and the engineered wood flooring underfoot. The double bedroom sits directly behind, off the hallway, and here again we see original cornicing, as well as being offered access to the garden via French doors.
The kitchen diner is very generous for a one bedroom flat. It has swathes of fitted cabinetry and work surfaces, and richly hued stripped wood flooring. Like the bedroom, it offers access to the garden...
- The final internal spaces are the bathroom and cellar. As beautifully presented as the preceding rooms, the bathroom has a four piece suite, including free standing roll top bath and separate shower cubicle. The cellar meanwhile is uber useful for storage of all those bits and pieces you need but don’t use on a regular basis (suitcases etc), as well as those that you do (yes, we’re thinking wine!)
Outside there is a charming courtyard style, low maintenance garden – ideal now summer is here.
Living here... - The location of this home is as good as it gets. Everything from entertainment and food to transport and exercise is on your doorstep.
If you fancy catching the latest blockbuster The Empire cinema is just up the road. Or you could go cycling in Lloyd Park (and maybe have a game or two of tennis whilst you’re there), or grab a pizza at SoDo or Yard Sale, or maybe have a kick about (no jumpers for goalposts needed) on the Douglas Eyre Playing Fields. In the evening, enjoy meeting friends for a pint at The Bell or Rose & Crown, or head up into the Village for an abundance of drinking and eating options. And if you need to get into central London for work (or pleasure), well Walthamstow Central station is a short stroll up Hoe Street.
Like we said, as good as it gets...
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... - ‘I have such fond memories of living in this flat, as a single professional woman and then as a couple. The spacious kitchen diner was perfect both for working at home and for entertaining: I had some fab parties in there! When designing the kitchen, I prioritised plenty of storage and a double oven, so it’s perfect for anyone who likes cooking up a family feast, a meal with friends or a romantic dinner for two. The lounge is ideal for hanging out and relaxing and the big bay window lets in loads of light and sunshine. The location is excellent and despite being in such close proximity to Walthamstow Central and the market, the flat also has a real sense of peace and quiet. I moved to Cambridge for family reasons, but still miss living in the neighbourhood - and you just cannot beat L’Hirondelle for a local coffee shop!”
Communal Entrance - Via communal front door leading into:
Communal Hallway - Door to flat.
Entrance - Via flat entrance door leading into:
Hallway - Door to reception room, kitchen & bedroom.
Reception Room - 4.11m x 3.45m (13'6 x 11'4)
Kitchen - 4.78m x 3.40m (15'8 x 11'2) - Access to rear garden. Door to bathroom.
Bedroom - 3.66m x 3.45m (12'0 x 11'4)
Bathroom - 3.35m x 1.98m (11'0 x 6'6)
Rear Garden - approx 10.06m x 5.87m' (approx 33'0 x 19'3')
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