Harris Street , E17 8EG

OIEO £485,000

Harris Street Walthamstow , E17 8EG

OIEO £485,000

2 Bedroom

1 Bath

This fantastic two-bedroom home on the first floor of a former Warner property has classic features throughout – and an excellent location in one of Walthamstow’s most thriving new neighbourhoods.

As well as having an array of brilliant amenities on your doorstep, Lea Bridge station is a 13 minute stroll away, meaning you can nip to Stratford with amazing ease. Or hop on a bus to enjoy the perks of Clapton, Leyton or Walthamstow Central - you’re nicely nestled between all.

IF YOU LIVED HERE…

The brainchild of Walthamstow's first mayor, Sir Thomas Courtenay Warner, it’s not surprising that these properties are still so popular today, with their instantly recognisable features, like those beautiful arched front entrances and red brick facades.

Coming in a just under 800 square foot, you’ll have plenty of space to spread out inside, while the smart layout means you can keep different aspects of your lifestyle - like sleep, work, eat, relax - separate. The neutral decor and contemporary fittings blend seamlessly with vintage features, such as the rich parquet flooring. In the kitchen, you’ll find sparkling metro tiles, timber worktops and high-spec appliances.

The bathroom is generous and spotless, and you’ll love the way that an alcove space has been utilised for a walk-in shower, which you have as well as a tub.

At the rear, you’ve got your own south-facing sun trap garden. The mature beds have already had hard work put into them, but there’s still plenty of scope for green fingers.

Beyond that iconic arch, you’re well placed for all that this part of East London has to offer… Hop on a bus for quick access to Lloyd Park, Walthamstow Village, Clapton’s Chatsworth Road or Leyton’s Francis Road. Or even closer, around the Markhouse Road/Lea Bridge Road junction, you’ll find a hum of lively activity, with several new cafes, including eco-refill store-cum-coffee shop Cups & Jars, Italian deli with a Japanese influence Pinch la Deli, eclectic event space/bar/pizzeria Patchworks, Italian ice cream shop Gelateria Romeo & Giulietta and the family-run Venezuelan eatery Arepas & Deli.

WHAT ELSE?
-From Lea Bridge station, you can get the overground to Tottenham Hale in six minutes, and from there you can effortlessly change to the Victoria line for quick access to central London.
-Your 118 year lease is is so long you won’t have any renewal worries.
-Jubilee Park is a ten minute stroll from your front door, where you’ll find an abundance of green space for exercising, dog walking or even just chilling.

Features

  • Two Bedroom Maisonette
  • First Floor
  • Beautifully Presented
  • South Facing Garden
  • Just Under 800 sq.ft
  • Council Tax Band B
  • Lease - 118 Years
  • Ground Rent - £200 P/A
  • Service Charge - £0 P/A
  • Naturally Bright
Reception Room

5.23m x 3.21m (17'1" x 10'6")

17’2 "

Bedroom

3.31m x 3.21m (10'10" x 10'6")

10’9 "

Kitchen

2.42m x 2.40m (7'11" x 7'10")

7’9 "

Bathroom

2.42m x 2.40m (7'11" x 7'10")

7’9 "

Bedroom

3.43m x 3.42m (11'3" x 11'2")

11’3 "

Garden

10.00m (32'9")

32’8 "

Energy Performance Certificate

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

Disclaimer

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a word from the owners...

"The best bit about this flat is the south-west facing garden which is filled with sunshine from early morning through to early evening. We have enjoyed everything from growing fruit and veg, to BBQs, and lots coffee & brunches out there. We spend a lot of time in the garden socialising with friends and also with our lovely neighbours on either side, however, the flat is within ten minute's walk of many parks and green spaces if you want a run, walk or just a change of scenery: Leyton Jubilee Park, St James' Park, Walthamstow Marshes, Hackney Marshes, Millfields Park, the Waterworks Nature Reserve and the Lee Valley Riding Centre. The area has great transport connections all within walking distance; Walthamstow central (Victoria Line), St James Street (Overground), Leyton (Central) and plenty of buses to Hackney/Shoreditch - all of which we use depending on what our plans are. As such, you're never short of something to do: whether it's an art day in central, an evening out in Hackney, a meal in Walthamstow Village, or some Sunday shopping on Chatsworth Road in Hackney, or Francis Road in Leyton. You're also only one-stop on the train to Westfield. The local area itself has been really changed in recent years with a steady stream of openings including a couple of new cafes (Shed and Bromley), a deli (Pinch la Deli), food shops, and a revamped local pub along with a new art and social space (Patchworks). Our favourite thing is having lunch and sometimes dinner (as they have monthly residencies) at Lighthaus cafe - it's a must-visit on your first day of living here. Inside the flat, there are many nice original features and character incl. parquet flooring and a brand new fitted kitchen to mention a few. One of the things we'll miss is the living room, at the front, which is flooded with light in the evenings and is a lovely place to wind down each day."

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:
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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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