A capacious and well laid out three bedroom Warner maisonette, located on North Countess Road.
This 790 square foot, first floor property was built between 1926 and 1927 as part of Warner’s Town Planning Estate, a fact highlighted by the large company motif on the front of the building. As you would expect from a property built by the Warner family, all of the rooms are well proportioned and practical, making this an incredibly easy and comfortable home in which to reside. There are two reception rooms (one configured currently as a lounge, the other as a dining room), both of are generously sized.
The three bedroom are grouped together at one end of the flat - two to the front and one overlooking the rear. There are two solid doubles and a large single, ensuring space for all.
The kitchen and bathroom sit mid-point. The latter has a three piece suite, whilst the former has fitted units and stairs which lead down to the private garden.
That garden is mostly laid to lawn, with border planting and a decked area at the far end for al fresco dining.
Living here... - What a fantastic part of E17 this is to live in. Lloyd Park and its award-winning William Morris Gallery are only a few minutes walk away, whilst just the other side of Aveling Field is the leisure centre, should you need to burn off excess energy. Further along Chingford Road is The Dog & Duck pub (ideal for a pizza after a swim at the leisure centre) or alternatively head up towards Hoe Street, where there are more pubs and eateries than you can shake a stick at. If the weather’s fine, you could even take a stroll to (and around) the Walthamstow Wetlands, maybe finishing up at Wildcard Brewery (go on, you deserve it!)
When the fun is over for another weekend and work inevitably calls, the M11 and A406 are both easily accessible, and there are separate cycle paths to Blackhorse Road tube station too.
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 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 Barbican's Walthamstow Garden Party, and 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 and Chingford Road are just a few minute's walk away. Give Wyndwood Art District a go - this little cafe has a lot going on, including a running club and regular exhibitions. Tommy's Tuc Inn cafe, opposite the park, is a popular spot for a morning after reviving breakfast. All this is only a fifteen minute walk from the Walthamstow Central station.
Entrance - Via own front door leading into:
Entrance Hallway - Staircase leading to first floor.
First Floor Landing - Door to all first floor rooms.
Reception Room One - 4.29m x 2.77m (14'1 x 9'1)
Reception Room Two - 3.76m x 3.07m (12'4 x 10'1)
Kitchen - 2.44m x 2.44m (8'0 x 8'0) - Access to rear garden.
Bedroom One - 3.96m x 2.97m (13'0 x 9'9)
Bedroom Two - 3.23m x 2.49m (10'7 x 8'2)
Bedroom Three - 2.77m x 2.29m (9'1 x 7'6)
Bathroom - 2.51m x 1.27m (8'3 x 4'2)
Rear Garden - 10.67m x 6.10m (35'0 x 20'0)
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