Close to Excellent Transport Links and Fashionable Amenities
Dual Aspect Reception Room
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Stunning three bedroom detached family home, meticulously planned and appointed, with quality fixtures and impressive modern style living space. The property has been superbly designed to maximise use of light and space, providing bright and generously proportioned accommodation with stylish interiors throughout.
Features include an inviting dual aspect reception room, ultra-modern open plan kitchen/diner flooded with natural light from full-width bi-folding doors onto the garden, contemporary style first floor family bathroom, gas central heating with vertical radiators, double glazing, recessed lighting and attractive wood flooring.
Accommodation comprises entrance hall with understairs storage, access to guest cloakroom, and stairs rising to the first floor, leading into the bright dual aspect reception room with ample space for relaxing, and access out onto the courtyard garden. The separate kitchen/diner offers a superb living space with full width bi-folding doors onto the garden – equally ideal for family life as well as entertaining and relaxing. The kitchen itself comprises a sleek range of modern wall and base units with work surfaces and central island, incorporating inset sink unit induction hob with overhead extractor, double wall mounted electric oven, and further integrated appliances.
To the first floor, there are three well proportioned bedrooms - two doubles and a generous single - plus an elegantly tiled family bathroom with modern white three piece suite.
The property is enviably located just a short walk from both Walthamstow Central and Wood Street stations, as well as regular bus routes, all providing excellent connections into Central London, the City and the West End. The area is well served by an array of fashionable pubs, bars, restaurants and amenities, as well as cinema and restaurants at ‘The Scene’, and the beautiful open spaces of Lloyd Park – home to the famous ‘William Morris’ Gallery. Walthamstow Village is also close-by for a further range of stylish eateries, pubs and bars.
Viewings of this extremely desirable property are highly recommended.
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