Property Information

We are pleased to offer for sale this incredibly spacious one-level garden floor from a 1930s semi-detached two floors house. Located on the doorstep of the largest green space in London – Epping Forest. Only a 20 minutes train ride from Central London. Ideal for families and people with limited mobility (no steps in flat). Perfect choice for those looking for a country-style life, closer to nature. Large, private garden included. 

The property comes with a lot of original features and benefits from:  

                                                   

  • Free hold.                                                                    
  • Gas central heating.
  • Double glazing.                                                          
  • One level floor – without steps and stairs, with wide corridors and big rooms, extremely suitable for people with limited mobility and wheelchairs.    
  • Experience the best of nature and wildlife with London’s greatest green space – Epping Forest is right on your doorstep.                                                             
  • Only 20 minutes to Central London via tube Victoria line.
  • Allotment – You get the opportunity to plant your own fruits and vegetables in the community garden which is located in the forest just up the road.        
  • Fantastic size own secluded front and rear sole use gardens, surrounded by greenery which provides privacy and is barely overlooked.              
  • Working fireplace in 3 of the rooms.                        
  • Own separate, private entrance to the property.   
  • The generous size of the rear garden allows for future extension of the property.
  • Available good size shed in the garden that’s perfect for storing not only garden equipment, but also a lot of personal items and luggage.                            
  • Front garden is big enough to create parking space for two cars.

 

Property Dimensions:

 

Entrance Hall – 8.50m x 2.76m

Lounge – 4.70m x 2.80m

Kitchen – 3.50m x 1.70m

Bathroom – 1.87m x 1.70m

Bedroom 1 – 4.80m x 4.60m

Bedroom 2 – 4.60m x 3.70m

Storage Room – 3.50m x 1m

Rear Garden (Back Garden) – 18m x 7m

Front Garden – 4.50m x 7m 

 

According to Zoopla, the property’s estimated price is between £626 000 – £692 000. 

 

Why the Waltham Forest area has become one of the most desirable districts to live in London:

 

The Upper Walthamstow area is a great place to live in London due to its unique blend of both rural and urban. The neighbourhood is located on the edge of Epping Forest so you literally have nature at your doorstep anytime you feel you want to take a break from the stress of everyday life. The nearby forest provides plenty of areas for recreation, walks, picnics as well as stunning greenery and wildlife. It’s perfect for families with children and those with pets. On the other hand, you never have to worry about losing your connection to the urban side of London because you will be there in less than 20 minutes. Whether you’re working from home or returning to work in the City, you’ll have easy access to all central parts of London. You can lead a rural countryside life without leaving the city! It’s easy to see why many people are keen to relocate to this area which has been named as one of the best places to live in London. 

 

Epping Forest – Nature’s gem, right on your doorstep

 

In this quiet, tree-lined road of Upper Walthamstow area, you are right on the doorstep of the peaceful and romantic woodlands of Epping Forest. These sprawling 6000 acres of beautiful greenery are perfect for morning jogs, afternoon picnics and evening strolls. 

 

Epping Forest is the largest public open space in London. The Forest is approximately 19 kilometres long. A stunning ancient woodland and former royal hunting forest stretching over 12 miles from East London to North of Epping in Essex. The area that became known as Waltham and then as Epping Forest has been continuously forested since Neolithic times. Embankments of two Iron Age earthworks can be found in the woodlands. 

 

Opportunities for sports, hiking, leisure and sightseeing

 

The Epping Forest district offers a rich mix of heritage, surrounded by ancient forests and glorious English picturesque countryside. If you are a keen cyclist, runner or walker you’ll appreciate many cycle routes and paths through 9 nature reserves, over 100 lakes and ponds, open farmlands, river valleys and idyllic cottages. The wild blue and green space of Hollow pond and Eagle pond is just half a mile away on foot from the property so you visit any time you want to escape the city life. 

 

Epping Forest is also a great place for fishing. Although there are over 100 lakes and ponds, spread over the forest, you can fish in only 25 of them. You could also enjoy delightful walks to Walthamstow Wetlands and River Lea. Walthamstow Wetlands is one of the largest urban wetland nature reserves in Europe and is particularly important for wildlife due to its position within the Lea valley, a byway for migrating, wintering and breeding birds. 

 

As well as being a popular area for recreation and enjoyment, Epping Forest is also of national and international conservation importance for wildlife. The reserve is currently home to over 800 Fallow and Reeves’s Muntjac deers, as well as many species of wildflowers and birds.

 

Available transport links allow for easy access to Central London and M11/M25 

 

The Waltham Forest area has catapulted up the list of the most desirable districts to live in London. The area provides the perfect balance between urban and rural life that is generally impossible to find in the central parts of London. Everything you need for a comfortable, peaceful, countryside-style life can be found within just a short walk behind the property, as well as excellent transport links that can quickly connect you to Central London. This is a great location not just because it is close to nature, amenities, natural spaces, picturesque picnic spots, but also transport too. 

 

Transport links include Wood Street Overground Station – 0,1 mile, Walthamstow Underground Station – 1 mile, Snaresbrook Underground Station – 1 mile, as well as all-night bus services to the City of London. The M11 and M25 motorways are easily accessible too.      

 

Wood Street Overground Station is just a 3-minute walk from the property and will get you directly to Liverpool Street station in 18 minutes. The overground trains at Wood Street run until 1.30 a.m at night. Alternatively, Walthamstow Underground Station is just one stop away (1 min) via train from Wood Street Station to the speedy Victoria line which offers an excellent connection to most key parts of the City and will get you quickly into the heart of the Capital. You can reach Oxford Circus in just 20 minutes. You can also access the Victoria line by foot since Walthamstow Central is approximately 13 minutes away from the property.

 

Culture, History, Entertainment and Shopping

 

On your way to Walthamstow Underground Station, you will pass through the quiet, green streets of the vibrant Walthamstow’s village – one of the most charming and oldest villages in London. The original settlement dates back to 1086. This is the oldest part of present-day Walthamstow. It centres on St. Mary’s church which was founded in the 12th century. 

 

Lovely Tudor houses can also be spotted along the village. This popular east London neighbourhood is perfect for taking walks and discovering the history of the area. The village is famous for its historic architecture as well as excellent local shops, butchers, bakeries and charming cafes, located on quiet pedestrian streets where you can enjoy a beverage on one of the outside sitting areas. Walthamstow Village is a treasure that is only half a mile from your door and is well worth the 13 minutes stroll to the underground station.  

 

Nightlife in the Village – foodie pubs and restaurants with amazing food with atmosphere

 

Nightlife in the village offers a wide variety of award-winning independent bars, restaurants and foodie pubs that use locally sourced ingredients and bread from their own bakery. There you can enjoy a family-friendly meal or romantic dinner for two. The Walthamstow Village is the last European bastion in this part of London. In its English pubs, Italian and Spanish restaurants, everyone can find a good selection of wines, as well as fantastic contemporary European menus that make this place a perfect choice for nights out. 

 

Local Markets in the area                 

 

If you visit the village on Saturdays between 10.30 a.m and 3:00 p.m you can see a gathering of food stalls there that offer fresh seasonal produce. The Walthamstow Village market is a collection of local farmers, food producers and traders committed to bringing the community delicious food and drinks. 

 

Walthamstow Mall and Market Street

 

You are in the perfect place to discover all the delights of our brilliant borough, not only with Walthamstow village but also Walthamstow market. 

 

Just a mile from the peaceful and quiet area of our property you can find the longest market in Europe – a 1 kilometre long stretch with traders of over 350 stalls and hundreds of shops selling everything from food to antiques. Every weekend there is a farmer’s market that serves up some of the best street food and freshest organic farm produce in London. The variety of products available on the market is fantastic. There is something for everybody. It’s a bargain hunters paradise. The street market dates all the way back to 1885. Today it is the centre of Walthamstow Central with the main Rail and Tube Stations, Bus Station, Post Office and Central Library. The Walthamstow Mall is a large, indoor shopping centre that offers plenty more shopping opportunities sure to satisfy even the most demanding shoppers. The market has kept a traditional cockney feel whilst absorbing influences from diverse cultures of the area. Walthamstow Central also offers an eclectic mix of bars and restaurants.

 

Large University Hospital with 24-hour emergency department and maternity ward

 

Another enormous benefit of the property’s location is its close proximity (10-minute walk) to one of the largest hospitals in London – Whipps Cross University Hospital. The hospital provides a range of general inpatient services with 636 beds, outpatient and day-case services, as well as maternity services and a 24-hour emergency department and urgent care centre. This is a great comfort and a convenience, should you ever need it.  

 

Family-friendly neighbourhood and community 

 

This is a really lovely neighbourhood to live in with a great community feel. Everyone in the neighbourhood is very friendly and happy to help you in any way that they can. 

 

Excellent variety of schools and colleges

 

Parents will be pleased to know that despite this peaceful location, there are a good half a dozen, excellent schools, just a short walk away from the property. There are over 17 primary and secondary schools, colleges and academies, all within a one-mile radius, rated “good” or “outstanding” by Ofsted. 

 

Privacy during the pandemic 

 

Privacy has become very important during the time of the pandemic. This year we have seen an increase in young families moving into the area, looking for a better life. The global situation has led more and more people to seek areas for living, outside of densely populated regions such as central London. Buyer’s priorities have shifted towards features such as private gardens, with plenty of space and their own entrance. Our property offers a large garden space with side access and great overall privacy from neighbouring houses.