A spacious and sun-lit one bedroom, first floor apartment in the heart of our beloved borough. Enviably sat on one of Walthamstow's most sought-after avenues, here you're is moments from both Walthamstow Central Station and The Village.
Walthamstow was named by The Times earlier this year as one of the best places to live in 2021, and The Village, right on your doorstep, is one of the biggest reasons why, with both a vibrant cafe culture and idyllic natural spaces.
If you lived here
You'll have a generous suite of living spaces within these stout Victorian walls. Your living room is a generous 210 square feet, bathed in an abundance of natural light from a classic bay front window. The period fireplace is a centre-piece showstopper, its intricately detailed hearth in perfect condition. With a living room this large, the possibilities are endless, either for a dining area or workspace, whatever your imagination desires.
The fitted kitchen, with plentiful pine cabinets, fresh white tiles and contemporary cooker hood, comes with state-of-the-art slate effect flooring and matching marbled worktops. Next door sits your handy WC, separated from your bathroom, which includes both shower and wood-panelled tub. Your bedroom is also a highly generous space, 130 square feet, another brightly sunlit room which faces south towards an always comforting leafy view.
Barely five minutes away on foot, The Village is a picturesque conservation area, with a twelfth century church and home to contemporary independent stores such as iconic neon-sign creators God's Own Junkyard. What really earns the neighbourhood its fame, though, is the multitude of superb wining and dining establishments. Whether your tastes run to artisanal gins or craft beers, homemade pizzas or delicious tapas, you're going to be well catered for.
- Walthamstow Central Station is three minutes on foot for direct, twenty-minute journeys to Oxford Street and Liverpool Street.
- Walthamstow's old Art Deco emd cinema is being restored as a concert venue, due for opening in 2022, a Grade II listed building and old haunt of Alfred Hitchcock. - A highlight of the Walthamstow calendar is the annual E17 Art Trail, from July 1 to 18, celebrating its thriving creative community and featuring wall murals, independent shops and the spectrum of artists' and makers' studios.
Reception Room (4.65m x 4.17m (15'3" x 13'8"))
Kitchen (2.96m x 3.45m (9'8" x 11'3"))
Bedroom (3.22m x 3.71m (10'6" x 12'2"))
A word from the owner.....
"I was instantly attracted to the amount of light coming into the sitting room. Being at the end of a cul-de-sac and without buildings across the road this flat is very luminous. Its proximity to the train station and the village also appealed to me immediately."