A light-drenched, one-bedroom ground floor Victorian conversion, with a perfect balance of retained 19th-century character and 21st-century style and comfort. A fabulous large garden almost doubles the size of the space. It's on a quiet road less than a mile from the centre of Walthamstow.
The complementary indoor and outdoor spaces make for a rare combination. Behind the handsome brick frontage, it’s all been thoughtfully updated for easy living.
If you lived here…
You’ll be enjoying a bright space with a serenity that pervades into every corner. White-painted original floorboards throughout give you the feeling of being in an elegant seaside cottage. Light from the large windows bounces off white walls in every room. The 130 square foot kitchen is resplendent with everything you need to entertain, or just to relax: A gleaming letterbox tile backsplash, chef's oven and on-trend pendulum lamps, plus a large bay window for breakfasting in the morning light. In the living room, the original cast-iron fireplace provides a pleasing focal point.
Then there’s the pretty much perfect bathroom, with classic chessboard tiles underfoot, tub and rainfall shower, and a window offering more of that precious natural light. Your bedroom's a tranquil, generous double with a garden view, while head outside to find the fantastic, low-maintenance, two-level private garden. Artfully designed and scattered with a few well-chosen splashes of greenery and mature foliage overhead, it's an ideal spot to entertain al fresco.
This is all a short walk from our bustling Bakers Arms area which enjoys some of the freshest food to be found in the borough (with an outdoor market, craft beer shop, winery and butchers) and little further to the peaceful, part-pedestrianised haven of the Village, while also within easy walking distance of Walthamstow Central. Lovingly updated by the current owner, this is a home that’s ready to move into and make your own with just a few subtle touches, or a clean blank canvas for something bigger and bolder as you please.
- You’re minutes away from the many buses on Lea Bridge Road, which will take you to Epping Forest, Walthamstow Marshes or Springfield Park whenever you feel like getting back to nature.
- The long lease means you'll have no renewal worries.
- Your new local can be the legendary The William The Fourth. With one of the best beer selections in town and succulent plates on hand by El Food Brothers, it's well worth the sixteen minute stroll.
Lounge (4.1m x 3.6m (13'5" x 11'9"))
Bedroom (3.4m x 3.0m (11'1" x 9'10"))
Kitchen/ Diner (3.6m x 3.5m (11'9" x 11'5"))
Bathroom (2.8m x 1.9m (9'2" x 6'2"))
Garden (12 (39'4"))
A word from the owner....
"i've absolutely loved making this flat into a cozy home over the last 4 years. It's high ceilings and big windows mean it is full of light and it feels spacious and airy. The sunny garden is brilliant for summer entertaining and long days outside. It's a handy location as it's super easy to get to lots of places quickly including Walthamstow village & tube, Leyton or Clapton & Hackney (just a quick bus ride)...although the local pub just around the corner is pretty decent too!"