2 bedroom terraced house for saleAcacia Road, Walthamstow, London, E17
- Mid Terraced House
- Two Bedrooms
- Loft Room
- Ideal Family Home
- Markhouse Road Location
- Close To St James Street Station
- Approx 30' Rear Garden
- Viewing Advised
- 972 Sq Ft (90.3 Sq M)
A Smart Victorian Home with Character.
This property has tremendous kerb appeal and a spacious interior. Ideal for a family on a quiet street but with close proximity to local parks, schools and St James Street station for access to the city in 15 mins. It has been recently renovated and redecorated to a high standard throughout with a brand new and stylish fitted kitchen and bathroom. The lounge/dining room has been opened up to provide a huge, open plan living area with a stripped floor and bay window that allows light to fill the room. It is a great space with the flexibility to transform this area to suit your personality and needs. Beyond the kitchen is the family bathroom and access to the decent-sized and well-established decked garden, perfect to enjoy with friends in the summer. Upstairs you will find two spacious double bedrooms and the huge converted loft room. A wonderful home ready to welcome its next family.
Bright & Spacious Open Plan Living - Bring your sunglasses because this fabulous Victorian house is as bright and fresh as you could hope for. Tastefully modernised and with a converted loft room, it has all the space a growing family could need. If you yearn for some open space then this location couldnt be better with parks and the wildlife marshes just down the road. Invest in a new bike from Walthamstow Cycles and you can peddle round the tranquil paths to your hearts content.
Living Here... - An open plan lounge/diner provides you with oodles of space to make your own. Its a great area in which to relax with friends and family where large double glazed windows let the light flood in. Step through to the kitchen with its backdrop of contemporary units and youll be in a world of your own, free to go wild with some herbs and spices. A few steps further takes you to the white metro tiles of the family bathroom.
Remember to step outside to the low maintenance garden where you can spend the summer enjoying the obligatory barbecue or a cup of tea with some cake.
Upstairs there is an expansive master bedroom and two other double bedrooms, one on the first floor and the second up the paddle steps in the loft space. This fabulous home is ready for you and your family to immediately start to enjoy.
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It's A Walthamstow Thing... - The Markhouse area has so much open space sometimes its hard to believe you are living in London. It has great spaces, excellent schools, good transport links (you can walk to St James Street Station in 5 minutes) and plentiful cafes, shops and pubs.
...As If That Wasn't Enough... - If you can lay your hands on a copy, the unique E-List magazine profiles local heros, artists, history, local businesses, and thats before you have highlighted sections of the five pages of local events that you simply must do. (We always have a spares in the office for those in need, so pop in any time to grab a copy.) www.theelist.co.uk
In This Area - By Walthamstow Diary - The whine and creek of a passing bus, air thick with the sound of church bells, a green flash of colour in the sky as Parakeets fly over head. A tangle of quiet residential streets, allotments and green spaces, all presided over by a 200 year old lighthouse. Doesnt sound like Walthamstow does it? but it is, this is Markhouse Road. Whilst Markhouse its self is a main road, the streets that lead off it are anything but.
Properties here are a mix of Warner flats, terraced houses, and even some former farmers cottages. Check out the Pump House Museum, its free and has working steam engines. It also hosts occasional pop up restaurants in an old Victoria line tube carriage. Jimmys cafe serves a mean fry up and really good Thai food. St James Street and St James park are just around the corner, and the marsh, Central Walthamstow and Walthamstow Village are all within walking distance. As for the lighthouse, Its actually a church topped with a lantern instead of bells. If you ever get chance to climb up the tower, do it. You have to navigate ancient, rickety wooden ladders, but the view from top is fantastic.
Entrance - Via front door leading into:
Entrance Hallway - Stairs leading to first floor. Access To Dining Area.
Lounge - 3.56m x 3.35m (11'8 x 11'2) - Open To:
Dining Area - 3.84m x 3.35m (12'7 x 11'2) -
Kitchen - 4.06m x 2.46m (13'4 x 8'11) - Access To Garden. Door To:
Ground Floor Bathroom - 2.72m x 1.52m (8'11 x 5'5) -
First Floor Landing - Staircase leading to second floor/loft room. Doors To:
Bedroom One - 4.32m x 3.35m (14'2 x 11'7) -
Bedroom Two - 3.86m x 2.46m (12'8 x 8'11) -
Loft Room - 4.32m x 2.74m (14'2 x 9'5) -
Rear Garden - approx 9.14m (approx 30') -
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