A smart, bright two bedroom terraced house, ideally laid out for modern family living, and situated on the borders of Higham Hill and Blackhorse Lane.
The main space on the ground floor is the interconnecting lounge and kitchen. Combined these two rooms stretch over 25 feet front to back, with dual aspect thanks to the bay window and French doors at either end. The former is the ideal space in which to relax or entertain, whilst the latter has plenty of scope to be turned into a fantastic culinary hub for this home. The ground floor is completed by an uber practical wet room...
Upstairs there are two almost identically sized, well presented double bedrooms, together with a three piece family bathroom.
Outside, there is a generously proportioned rear garden, mostly laid to lawn and with a small area for al fresco dining.
Higham Hill and Blackhorse Lane are areas rich in industrial heritage. Today, as well as attracting young families to live there, they continue to entice new start-up businesses, particularly in the creative sector, adding to the feeling that this is fast becoming one of the artistic centres of E17. Take Blackhorse Workshop for instance – it currently supports over 30 designers, carpenters, architects, furniture makers, lighting designers, sculptors (the list goes on!), as well as providing space for the public to undertake their own projects, or sign up for one of their many courses in woodwork, metalwork etc. Gnome House is another former industrial site, where they used to make lifts. It’s now a community hub, where you will find everything from pilates to dance and drama classes, as well as Inky Cuttlefish, an artist led printmaking studio which is available to the public. If however you aren’t as creative as some, then there’s still plenty to do around this area, whether it be a stroll around Higham Hill Park (visiting the Hub whilst your about it), Music & Rhymes with the kids at Higham Hill Library, Sunday lunch at the Warrant Officer, or perhaps letting the dog take you on an extended walk around the reservoirs (with a cheeky visit to the Wildcard taproom on the way back). So, whether you’re creative or not, you will never be short of something to do…
In This Area - By Walthamstow Diary
Learn how to weld, take in some live music, have a game of tennis, or attend a Women’s Institute meeting. If you want to do all of this, or just some it, then Higham Hill is the place for you. This part of Walthamstow sits in between Blackhorse Lane and Forest Road, and is not lacking in things to do. The welding, that takes place at Blackhorse Workshop, which also has a fantastic café and regular craft market. As for the wi, you’ll find them at the Warrant Officer pub, which is also home to live music, and serves a cracking Sunday roast. The tennis courts can be found in Higham Hill Park. Trencher Fields allotments sit right in the middle of Higham Hill, and there are often plots available there, which is handy if you are green fingered. And don’t forget that Walthamstow Wetlands is pretty much on your doorstep as well. With a good mix of properties, and lots to do, Higham Hill has something for everyone.
Via front door leading into:
Further door leading into:
Staircase leading to first floor. Door to lounge & wet room.
Lounge (4.45m x 3.18m (14'7 x 10'5))
Kitchen (3.48m x 3.18m (11'5 x 10'5))
Access to rear garden.
Wet Room (1.83m x 1.75m (6'0 x 5'9))
First Floor Landing
Door to all first floor rooms.
Bedroom One (Master) (3.76m x 3.18m (12'4 x 10'5))
Bedroom Two (3.66m x 3.18m (12'0 x 10'5))
First Floor Bathroom (1.83m x 1.65m (6'0 x 5'5))
Rear Garden (approx 9.14m (approx 30'))
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