This is a truly unique two-bedroom end of terrace house. The current owner worked with an architect to redesign and maximise the space creating a spacious ground floor while the upper floors house two split-level double bedrooms each with their own dressing area. The first floor is finished with a stand-out bathroom featuring recessed lighting, bespoke plumbing and decorative features that envoke hotel-suite luxury.
Outside there's a secluded front garden - great for hosting summer BBQs next to the large eat-in kitchen. A guest cloakroom with underfloor heating completes the ground floor.
The new owners of this house will also be the custodians of a piece of history. It was recognised with a blue plaque as the home of Dr George Alfred Busby, who lived and treated patients in Walthamstow during the early 20th Century, especially those who had little money to afford healthcare before the advent of the NHS.
You will not find many houses finished to the same quality or with this attention to detail and it must be viewed to be fully appreciated.