An immaculately appointed and utterly sumptuous four bedroom family end of terrace, surrounded by the plentiful leafy green spaces of Highams Park. Developed across three substantial storeys, you have a private garage, driveway and lengthy rear garden, all with plenty of class and character throughout.
A stroll down your peaceful, tree lined street will get you to Highams Park overground, less than half mile away on foot where four trains an hour will get you directly to Liverpool Street in twenty three minutes, putting the City around a half hour away door to door.
If you lived here…
You'll be exploring over 1500 square feet of luxurious living space behind that imposing Edwardian frontage, impressive double width drive and side access. That figure doesn't even include your garage, around 200 square feet in its own right and perfect for all manner of uses if the driveway is enough for your parking needs, from gym to workshop to home working space.
Once through the elegant period porch you have your front reception on your right, dressed in pristine dove grey walls up to the picture rail, artfully distressed vintage floorboards underfoot, and a striking ebony hearth taking centre stage, all illuminated by floods of natural light from that oversized original bow window. It's laid open to the hallway and staircase for an even greater sense of space.
The best is yet to come though, your expertly arranged kitchen and rear reception total a gargantuan four hundred square feet, with large format pale grey floor tiling, twin skylights overhead and an expanse of glossy dark quartz countertops atop a wealth of fitted cabinets home to a double width stainless steel chef's oven. A bank of bi folding patio doors brings the outside in, and your garden's a generous mix of patio and immaculate lawn, ideal for garden parties and riotous playtime alike.
Upstairs and the striking Design & Decor continues in your two double bedrooms, plushly carpeted with no end of integrated storage and natural light. Bedroom three's an uncommonly generous single, ideal for a child, home office or personal dressing room according to your preference. Your family bathroom's a thing of gleaming beauty, with glossy black metro tiles flowing from the L-shaped tub to the ceiling, contrasting with the pristine white walls opposite.
In the loft conversion your penthouse suite doesn't disappoint either, 180 square foot's worth of tranquil sanctuary awaits, with dove grey carpets, leafy green views over the garden and treetops beyond, plus an enormous amount of under eaves storage so everything can have its own place. The second of your two bathrooms is next door, a pristine shower room ensuring that hectic mornings will be a thing of the past.
- As noted you have plenty of parking space and drivers can be on the North Circular in around five minutes. Heading to the West End? Walthamstow Central is just two stops and five minutes down from Highams Park for speedy swaps to the Victoria line.
- You have fourteen primary/secondary schools less than a mile away on foot, eleven rated 'Good' and three deemed 'Outstanding' by Ofsted.
- The open green spaces of Highams Park itself, known locally as The Highams Park, are less than a half mile on foot and perfect for morning jogs, evening strolls or just grabbing a coffee at Humphry's Cafe. Named after landscape gardener Humphry Repton who created the famous lake in the late nineteenth century.
Garden (14m (45'11" ))
Reception Room (5.84m x 4.31m (19'1" x 14'1" ))
Kitchen/ Reception Room (7.01m x 6.91m (22'11" x 22'8" ))
Bedroom (2.28m x 2.59m (7'5" x 8'5" ))
Bedroom (3.47m x 4.29m (11'4" x 14'0" ))
Bedroom (3.33m x 3.67m (10'11" x 12'0" ))
Bathroom (2.42m x 2.28m (7'11" x 7'5"))
Bedroom (4.44m x 4.21m (14'6" x 13'9" ))
Rich with open green spaces, transport links and excellent schools, Highams Park is sat in an increasingly popular sweet spot between Walthamstow and Chingford.
Taking its name from the 18th century manor house, the grounds of which now form one of the area's star attractions - Highams Park itself. Known locally as 'The Highams Park' the park features a lake created by landscape gardener Humphrey Repton in the late 1800s.
Highams Park overground station is in zone 4 and will whisk you directly to Liverpool Street and is also just moments from Walthamstow Central for a whole host of other amenities and connections.