Quite simply, one of the best rental properties we’ve ever seen. Immaculately presented throughout, this stunning house effortlessly offers all the comforts of modern living, wrapped in a Victorian shell.
The property is located within a minutes' walk from family friendly Lloyd Park, with it’s tennis courts, wide open spaces and award winning gallery, as well as being a short walk from Walthamstow Central station, providing quick access into the City and West End.
Offering 1300 square feet of internal floor area across three floors, this property would make an ideal home for a family, with plenty of both communal and bedroom space.
The ground floor is largely open plan and comprises bay fronted through reception, fantastic kitchen diner (with full width bi-fold doors leading into the garden) and WC. The finish is cool and stylish throughout, with high quality cabinetry in the kitchen and engineered wood flooring underfoot.
The two upper floors are capacious and house the four bedrooms, three of which are doubles. The master bedroom in the loft extension has it’s own en suite shower room, whilst on the first floor there is a four piece family bathroom, boasting roll top bath and walk in cubicle with rainfall shower.
Outside there is a quiet, low-maintenance private rear garden – ideal for al fresco dining.
In This Area - By Walthamstow Diary - William Morris was a Walthamstow lad - he lived in the Water House on Forest Road. His childhood home is now the William Morris Gallery, the only gallery on the face of the planet dedicated to his life and work. Lloyd Park, in which the gallery stands, is named after another former resident of the Water House, Edward Lloyd, a publisher of penny dreadfuls. As well as having a medieval moat, playground and a cafe, the park is also home to some great local events, including the May Day dog show which shouldn't be missed. The best dressed dog round is amazing. One year it had a Star Wars theme, with staffie Princess Leia competing against AT-AT Great Danes - it was glorious. The park is surrounded by quiet streets of ex-Warner properties, The Bell pub is around the corner from the gallery, and the cafes of Hoe Street are just a short trot away. Give Wyndwood Art District a go - this little cafe has a lot going on, including a running club and exhibitions. Tommy's Tuc Inn cafe, opposite the park, is a good spot for a hangover fixing breakfast. All this is only a fifteen minute walk from the station.
Entrance - Via front door leading into:
Entrance Hallway - Staircase leading to first floor. Door to reception room & ground floor wc.
Ground Floor WC
Reception Room - 7.14m x 5.61m (23'5 x 18'5) - Open to:
Kitchen - 4.65m x 2.95m (15'3 x 9'8) - Sliding patio doors leading into rear garden.
First Floor Landing - Staircase leading to second floor. Door to all first floor rooms.
Bedroom One - 3.68m x 2.95m (12'1 x 9'8)
Bedroom Two - 3.38m 2.97m (11'1 9'9)
Bedroom Three - 2.13m x 2.13m (7'0 x 7'0)
Bathroom - 2.36m x 2.06m (7'9 x 6'9)
Second Floor Landing (Loft) - Door to:
Bedroom Four - 5.38m x 5.26m (17'8 x 17'3) - Door to:
Ensuite - 2.62m x 1.24m (8'7 x 4'1)
Rear Garden - 5.97m x 5.31m (19'7 x 17'5 )
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