Blyth Road , E17 8HR

OIEO £450,000

Blyth Road Walthamstow , E17 8HR

OIEO £450,000

2 Bedroom

1 Bath

Situated a short stroll from the vast green space of Walthamstow Marshes and Jubilee Park, this two-bedroom ex-Warner maisonette has been lovingly updated with the perfect balance of vintage charm and modern convenience.

Lea Bridge Station is 12 minutes walk away, which means you can nip to Stratford or Tottenham Hale for quick access to several very convenient tube lines, but the local neighbourhood is worth sticking around for too - there’s flourishing food and drink scene right on your doorstep.


The brainchild of Walthamstow's first mayor, Sir Thomas Courtenay Warner, it’s not surprising that these homes are still so popular today, with their instantly recognisable features, like those beautiful arched front entrances and red brick facades. This one comes with even more perks since it’s been immaculately updated…

Your front reception room has been beautifully preserved, with original stripped timber floorboards underfoot and a striking fireplace alcove, all bathed in light from the generously-sized windows. Both bedrooms have soft ambience thanks to the neutral decor, and there’s plenty of space for storage too, due to the chimney breast alcove snugs. All of these rooms have double-glazing, while the chimney breasts in the living room and bedroom can be working fireplaces.

The kitchen hits the sweet spot between being characterful but also modern, with its mosaic tiles and the timber units with stainless steel accents. This theme is continued in the stylish bathroom, where you’ll love the glossy deep blue tiles, which have been incorporated into some cleverly design storage shelves (the built-in cupboard will be brilliantly convenient too).

At the rear you’ve got your spacious shared garden, with a sun trap seating area and array of foliage. You don’t have to travel far to find more nature; Hackney Marshes and Walthamstow Marshes are within strolling distance, as is the lovely Jubilee Park.

As for food and drink, this part of E17 of has boomed in recent years thanks to the availability of retail space and vacant warehouses. Neckstamper Brewery and Taproom opened in 2016 but still feels like a hidden gem, while over on the Argall Avenue industrial estate, you’ll find brilliant creative businesses such as the ceramics space Turning Earth.

Meanwhile, on Lea Bridge Road, look out for eco-refill store-cum-coffee shop Cups & Jars, Italian deli with a Japanese influence Pinch la Deli, eclectic event space/bar/pizzeria Patchworks, which now houses the excellent Blondies Brewery.


-As well as having Lea Bridge station nearby, you’re in a fantastic spot between Leyton, Walthamstow and Clapton - and there are plenty of bus routes to run you in between (as well as a good cycling infrastructure).
-After a huge rebuild, the Lee Valley Ice Centre has just reopened. The new venue offers a range of learn to skate courses, public skating sessions and lessons that suit all ages and abilities. Alternatively, The Lee Valley Riding Centre runs all sorts of courses for pony-loving amateurs and experts alike. Both are within a short walk away, so you’re in the perfect location for some new and unique hobbies.
-The Princess of Wales pub is known across the capital thanks to its lovely canal-side terrace and al fresco dining area - and it’s only a short walk from your front door.


  • Two Bedrooms
  • Ground Floor
  • Ex Warner Maisonette
  • Short Walk to Lea Bridge Station
  • Shared Garden
  • Stripped Wooden Floorboards
  • Proximity to Walthamstow / Hackney Marshes
Reception Room

4.11 x 3.26 (13'5" x 10'8")

13’5 "


3.26 x 3.19 (10'8" x 10'5")

10’7 "


2.39 x 2.34 (7'10" x 7'8")

7’8 "


2.46 x 2.34 (8'0" x 7'8")

8’1 "


3.39 x 3.34 (11'1" x 10'11")

11’1 "


16.00 (52'5")

52’5 "

Energy Performance Certificate

View the Energy Efficiency Rating and Environmental Impact Rating for this property here.


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a word from the owner...

"We have loved this flat, especially its spacious garden a great light that pours into the living room and bedroom. The area has developed many lovely new cafes and an art / events space / brewery along with great local staples including a great cafe in the park and a new library which is great for kids' activities. We also love being so close to Hackney Marshes, the canal, and all the bars, shops, and cafes of Clapton nearby, plus the wild open spaces of the Walthamstow Wetlands and Epping Forest."

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:

Blyth Road, Walthamstow — Stow Brothers

Situated on the edge of spacious Epping Forest, but every inch urban London, Walthamstow is one of those rare locations where you can have your (artisan) cake and eat it too. 

Built from proper East End roots, the rapidly expanding community has transformed the area into a buzzy, creative hub and destination in its own right, making Walthamstow’s close proximity to central London less relevant than it perhaps once was (although if you must leave, it’s only a short hop on the Victoria line or London Overground). In fact, these days you’re more likely to see daytrippers coming into the area, keen to sample its varied offerings of food, drink, culture and green space. However, lucky locals get the added benefit of being part of a genuinely cheery community – and amongst the first to know about that latest hot new opening.

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