A beautifully finished two bedroom, ground floor ex Warner apartment set back from the road with original features, dedicated front door and private garden, all just moments from Walthamstow High Street and Blackhorse Road, with a wealth of transport links and shopping opportunities within easy reach. Your tree-lined street's named after Walthamstow's first ever mayor - Sir Thomas Courtenay Warner. His timeless design still makes for some of the best housing in the area.
You'll be welcoming friends and family into your 115 square foot lounge with handsome timber floorboards flowing underfoot, a twin set of windows adorned with plantation shutters beckoning in streams of natural light and a marvellously ornate vintage fireplace with mantel centrepiece. Next door your kitchen's dual aspect and blessed with a charming black and white tiled backsplash, sparkling white suite and on-trend open shelving.
A patio door here opens out onto your sole use rear garden. Although currently in need of a green fingered touch, this high-fenced and barely overlooked outside space is all set for you to transform into your own private solace from city life. Back inside, you've a glorious bathroom complete with sparkling white vintage tiles, extra long bath and rainfall shower. Bedroom two (currently in use as a dining room) is a generous 120 square foot double enjoying tranquil leafy views and another vintage fireplace, while your 135 square foot master comes with pristine white walls, more of those enviable timber floorboards and a garden view.
Outside, Blackhorse Road station is ten minutes on foot and will whisk you to Oxford Circus in just twenty. Heading to the City? St James Street overground is even closer and will get you straight to Liverpool Street just as quickly. Not only that, Walthamstow's ever-evolving social hub, Crate St James, is right next door to the station, as is Walthamstow High Street, home to Europe's longest street market, recently enlivened by the addition of the curated Sunday Social stalls - great for fresh produce!
- Fancy a stroll? The Coppermill Lane entrance to Walthamstow Wetlands, a 500 acre nature reserve rich with blue and green space, is just a mile on foot. It's the perfect place to unwind. - At 142 years the lease means you'll have no renewal worries, plus the property comes chain free which means we can get you in with the minimum of hassle. - Parents will be pleased to know that you have no fewer than twenty primary/secondary schools rated 'Good' or better by Ofsted in a one mile radius alone. Five of these are deemed 'Outstanding'.
Bedroom (4.0 x 3.3 (13'1" x 10'9"))
Bedroom (4.2 x 3.3 (13'9" x 10'9"))
Bathroom (3.0 x 2.5 (9'10" x 8'2"))
Reception (3.5 x 3.0 (11'5" x 9'10"))
Kitchen (3.5 x 1.5 (11'5" x 4'11"))
Garden (7.62m (25))
A word from the owner....
'Warner Road was a fantastic place to live while we were in the UK. There is a great sense of community and the place is close to great transport and the vibrant Walthamstow Central area."
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