A wonderfully spacious four bedroom end of terrace house, set across three floors and perched on a quiet residential street just off Coppermill Lane.
Internally this delightful property offers over 1200 square feet of very practical space, making it the perfect home in which to watch your family grow. The ground floor essentially comprises of two areas – the interconnected reception rooms and the kitchen. The former combine to create a living/dining space over 22 feet in length. With high ceilings, beautiful flooring and an abundance of natural light thanks to being dual aspect, it’s a room that’s certain to be in constant use, be that entertaining friends for dinner or simply relaxing together as a family. Directly behind sits the kitchen, which was only renovated a year ago. With modern fitted cabinets and worktops plus stylish splashbacks, it’s as practical as it is elegant, making it a delight to use.
The bedrooms are divided evenly across the upper two floors. On the first floor you’ll discover two proper double bedrooms (including one across the full width of the front, complete with bay window and built in wardrobes) and an incredibly stylish four piece family bathroom (which like the kitchen, and indeed the loft extension, is a year old). That room is particularly fab, with double ended bath and large walk in shower cubicle – a real oasis of calm. Climb to the second floor and you’ll discover the final two bedrooms, which again are both doubles. The larger is dual aspect, including a full height window overlooking the garden, whilst the other would make a fantastic home office, if not required as a bedroom.
Outside there is charming rear garden, with patio area for alfresco dining, lawn and raised beds...
- plus ample storage beneath the playhouse and shed. The side access from the front is also very handy when returning from muddy cycling expeditions. The bikes can go in either of the two bike storages (one front, one back) and the kids (with muddy boots!) via the kitchen rather than through the house - perfect!
Living here... - Perched just off Coppermill Lane, and thus perfectly positioned for the commute into town via St James Street or Blackhorse Road stations, the location of this house is pretty nigh on perfect. It’s just a short walk down Coppermill Lane to the Marshes and beyond - perfect for exercising any canine companions, or perhaps more accurately for them to exercise you! Head in the other direction and you will find this part of E17 is changing daily. Whether it be cafes and shops at the end of the market (check out the retail outlets and eateries of the crate park by St James Street station) or art and design spaces like Gnome House, Switchboard Studios and Blackhorse Workshop springing up around Blackhorse Road. Add to that the dozens of bars and restaurants within easy walking distance (try the Sunday roast at The Chequers – it’s amazing!) and you’ll agree with us – this part of E17 has a plethora of things to see and do. It’s also in the Coppermill Liveable Neighbourhood area, a scheme funded by TfL to enhance the area and make it easier and safer for people to choose sustainable travel such as walking, cycling and public transport.
In This Area - By Walthamstow Diary - Coppermill Lane runs from the end of the High Street, all the way down to the glorious Walthamstow Wetlands, the largest urban wetlands nature reserve in Europe. The two ends of the road couldn’t be more different. The top of Coppermill Lane is right in the heart of the action, close to the market and home to The Mill Community Centre, which was once a library but saved by locals and turned in to a valuable community resource. Further down from The Mill, the road morphs into a rural idyll as it passes the Wetlands, and meets the open space of the marshes and the River Lea. There’s a friendly little shop part way down, a pub, and an excellent children’s play area. Coppermill Lane is also home to the Douglas Eyre Sports Centre, which is a regional football centre and home of London’s FA coach training programme. Terraced houses and Warner properties intermingle, and the listed Coppermill that gives the Lane its name still stands at the bottom of the road. Then surrounding roads are very quiet, and many, like Edward Road, are tree lined. Blackhorse Road tube, St James Street Overground station, and St James Park are all within easy walking distance. All in all, a nice little spot.
Entrance - Via front door leading into:
Entrance Hallway - Staircase leading to first floor. Door to reception room two.
Reception Room One - 3.40m x 3.28m (11'2 x 10'9) - Open to:
Reception Room Two - 3.56m x 3.53m (11'8 x 11'7) - Access to:
Kitchen - 3.23m x 2.59m (10'7 x 8'6) - Door to rear garden.
First Floor Landing - Staircase leading to second floor. Door to all first floor rooms.
Bedroom One - 4.27m x 3.40m (14'0 x 11'2)
Bedroom Two - 3.48m x 2.74m (11'5 x 9'0)
First Floor Bathroom - 3.20m x 2.64m (10'6 x 8'8)
Second Floor Landing - Doors to:
Bedroom Three - 4.80m x 3.73m (15'9 x 12'3)
Bedroom Four - 3.12m x 2.49m (10'3 x 8'2)
Rear Garden - 12.19m x 5.18m (40'0 x 17'0)
Front Garden - 4.57m x 2.13m (15'0 x 7'0)
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