Hatherley Road , E17 6SE

OIEO £575,000

Hatherley Road Walthamstow , E17 6SE

OIEO £575,000

2 Bedroom

1 Bath

A bright and beautifully restored two-bedroom period conversion with excellent proportions thanks to its clever layout, and a fantastic location in the heart of Walthamstow’s action, but still on a quiet street.

As well as our favourite period features, the ground floor home enjoys direct access to a sizeable private garden. Just a short stretch beyond that, you’ll find the incredible amenities that Hoe Street has to offer, including the redevelopment of the world-class Soho Theatre Walthamstow, and a whole host of award-winning restaurants, not to mention Walthamstow Central station for some excellent transport links.

IF YOU LIVED HERE…

Thanks to its pristine condition, you can instantly welcome friends into your beautiful home, which is almost 900 square foot. You’ll love how the property stays true to its period roots with the considered colour palette and features such as the high ceilings with picture rails, sash window frames, original Edwardian floorboards and original fireplaces with tiled hearths.

The open plan living area is a brilliant size, but the original folding concertina wood doors can divide the two rooms if desired. As well as those mentioned above, standout features include the bay window with original wood panelling and built-in shelving on either side of the chimney breast.

With ample room for a dining table in the Shaker-style kitchen, it’s a great set-up for entertaining friends or family - and you’ll enjoy showing off the design (the space has even been used as a shoot location for a feature in a national newspaper). It’s been painted a moody mid-green, with the made-to-measure cabinetry matched to the shade. Aged solid brass handles have been fitted alongside a Butler sink and aged brass deVOL tap. The Caesarstone worktop was fitted in 2020 and has a 25yr warranty. Vintage 1970s wall lights have been installed above the fireplace, and there’s also cornicing and a ceiling rose. The appliances are high-spec, including a stainless steel Miele oven and a Smeg five-burner gas hob.

The kitchen opens via original stained glass glazed double doors to the home office/snug, which has a double glazed skylight and access to the garden via the double glazed door. Architectural details have been picked out with colourful pink and vivid blue accents.

In the bathroom, the mid-century vanity unit is topped with a solid Calacatta honed marble top, while the candy-striped cement floor tiles were handmade in Spain.

The bedrooms are naturally light thanks to the rear being south-facing. The smaller of the two has a wardrobe area and bay window, while the larger one has plenty of floor-to-ceiling storage. This leads to the conservatory, where planning permission has been granted by Waltham Forest Council for an extension to add a second shower room, freestanding tub and glazing. You’ve got a cellar space and lean-to for storage, and as for the garden, you’ll appreciate the quality of the horizontal slatted fence panels and the space the gravelled side return offers. You also own the garden at the front.

Beyond, you can enjoy the best of E17. Mere minutes away, you’ll find “London’s best pizza” (according to the Evening Standard) at Sodo, while just beyond, the eateries on Hoe Street are humming with more accolades. Head a few minutes further for Walthamstow Village for an even wider choice of top eateries and pubs.

WHAT ELSE?

- Walthamstow Central station is seven minutes away on foot for direct twenty minute runs to Oxford Circus via the Victoria line and Liverpool Street via the Overground.
- Lloyd Park is eight minutes away and home to landscaped gardens, cafes, courts, outdoor gym and skatepark, or if you’re more into stretching indoors, just two minutes from you is East of Eden, offering yoga and pilates whenever you need to do some serious stretching.
- While you wait for the Soho Theatre Walthamstow to open, you can still enjoy some excellent entertainment at the wonderfully eclectic Trades Hall, a favoured spot for renowned comedians to perform warm-up sets. Ye Olde Rose & Crown also puts on some excellent shows, including annual pantos. Both venues are about four mins on foot.

Features

  • Two Bedroom Flat
  • Ground Floor
  • Beautifully Presented
  • Almost 900 sq.ft
  • Basement (445sq ft)
  • Private Garden
Reception Room

4.35 x 3.92 (14'3" x 12'10")

14’3 "

Kitchen / Diner

3.72 x 4.02 (12'2" x 13'2")

12’2 "

Study

1.65 x 2.08 (5'4" x 6'9")

5’4 "

Shower Room

1.95 x 1.80 (6'4" x 5'10")

6’4 "

Bedroom

3.07 x 3.45 (10'0" x 11'3")

10’1 "

Bedroom

3.81 x 3.34 (12'5" x 10'11")

12’5 "

Lean To
Basement

5.39 x 3.81 (17'8" x 12'5")

17’7 "

Basement

3.65 x 3.75 (11'11" x 12'3")

12 "

Garden

approx. 10.00 (approx. 32'9")

0 "

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 love this flat and we've put a lot of ourselves into it. The Edwardian proportions and period details really clinched it for us, it has been such a special home with so much character. The gorgeous, grand open-plan double reception room has been a dream for hosting friends for dinners and drinks. We get lots of compliments on our green kitchen, which, fun fact, was used as a shoot location for a feature in a national newspaper. The snug is an amazing light-filled WFH spot and was a lifesaver during the pandemic. Location-wise we have definitely been spoiled. We like that there is no though traffic on Hatherley Road so it's always quiet, but Walthamstow Central Tube and Overground station is super close; there's great coffee at Perky Blenders, good loaves at Today Bread and tons of pubs. We are also dangerously close to best pizza in London — Sodo — plus the SkandiHus pottery studio and yoga, Pilates and barre at East of Eden. It's a short stroll to Lloyd Park or Orford Road — the Vestry Museum gardens are lovely for a picnic in summer and the Nags Head is guaranteed fun. It's a shame that we're missing the opening of the Soho Theatre, just around the corner, which is happening in the next few months after a mega renovation. Our flat has been perfect as it is, but it has more potential if anyone is so inclined — there's the ginormous basement and planning permission for an extension. We know we will miss Hatherley Road very much."

What's on your doorstep?

Our Local Guide:
Walthamstow

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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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