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A delightful two-bedroom maisonette set within an imposing, gable-fronted red brick period building. Bathed in natural light with its east, south and west triple aspect, and offering circa 826 sqft of space, as well as low service charges, minimal ground rent and an extra-long lease; this interior designed property is swathed in clever design, beautiful materials, warm colours (Farrow & Ball), elegant finishes, and delivers a special offering to the market.

Accessed via your own front door, you enter the apartment into a welcoming hallway with space for coats and shoes, and quickly ascend a staircase to the first floor, which provides access to the kitchen, main bedroom, and living room. A wood timber floored landing leads through a soft archway on to a picturesque eat-in kitchen featuring corner bench seating area framed by a pretty south facing sash window. In the kitchen, raw materials and textures blend perfectly with wood countertops, a butler sink, shaker style cabinets, brass fixtures and fittings with a Perrin & Rowe tap, modern integrated appliances, and subway tiled walls with reclaimed exposed timber floors. The living room is flooded with light via three large double glazed sash windows and plantation style shutters. Bespoke floor to ceiling fitted cabinetry with an elegant scallop pattern covers one wall, and warmth is given to the remainder of the room by exposed timber floors and column style radiators. The main bedroom benefits from a full wall of built-in wardrobes and a large sash window with peaceful west-facing views away from the road. The windowed bathroom is accessed via a barn-style sliding door off the kitchen, and is a bright and generous space with chequerboard flooring, wood panelled bath, matt black fixings and a overhead shower with Crittall style shower screen. The room also features an entire wall of built in mirror fronted cupboards, offering excellent storage space and ample room for linens, towels and utility appliances. Stairs lead up to the second floor where the landing splits the loft level with a second double bedroom with eaves storage on one side, and a cleverly designed home office space on the other, with a large skylight and whitewash timber floors. A note from the current owner: "What I love about my home is it feels like a calm retreat from the hustle and bustle of Walthamstow the moment you walk through the door. It benefits from stunning natural light from morning to evening, making it a bright and inviting space to be in. The split level design makes it feel incredibly generous in size, so it's been a joy to live and relax comfortably here. I have loved living in this little pocket of Walthamstow, and it feels like everything is on your doorstep. The William Morris Gallery and Lloyd Park are just a few minutes walk away, meaning you're never far away from outdoor space (plus the Farmer's Market on a Saturday has been a great addition). Two minutes walk in the other direction brings you to the newly developed Fellowship Square, which is a community hub thanks to its green space and fountains, and often hosts cultural events and fairs (East 17 have even been known to perform on the steps there!). Within a stone's throw of the front door are grocery stores and coffee shops, a favourite being Yellow Warbler, who do the best homemade croissants in the area. And a short walk up the hill takes you rights into Walthamstow Village, which has some great pubs, restaurants and boutique shops."

With a strong sense of community, burgeoning independent stores and restaurants, excellent schools, open green spaces and transport links, its easy to understand why Walthamstow is a sought-after East London location. Some Easthaus area favourites to visit include: Buhler & Co, 8 Chingford Road, E17 – A locally loved coffee and brunch spot, with cool Scandi interiors and delicious vegetarian inspired food The Bell, 61 Forest Road, E17 – dog friendly gastro pub with beer garden Yellow Warbler, 10 Chingford Road, E17 – A charming coffee shop and café across the road from the maisonette Orford Road, E17 – The heart of Walthamstow Village, with several great independent shops and eateries, as well as popular Eat17 restaurant and food store William Morris Gallery, E17 – A Grand Grade II Listed Georgian house set in Lloyd Park, paying homage to this famous arts and crafts designer. There is also a bustling weekend street food market around the grounds Walthamstow Wetlands - a 211-hectare nature reserve, run by Thames Water, and the largest urban wetland reserve in Europe. Walthamstow Central station with its swift links to the West End, Kings Cross & The City is only 0.7 miles away, as well as several great bus routes linking to best of the surrounding areas within moments of the apartment.
Tenure: leasehold with circa 950 years remaining Service Charges: Informal Ground Rent: £15 per annum EPC Rating: D

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