Guide Price £425,000 - £450,000 Property Details: Accommodation comprises entrance on the ground floor with stairs rising to the first-floor landing with inbuilt storage, leading into the bright and spacious reception room with dual front aspect windows and ample space for relaxing and entertaining. The separate kitchen/diner offers an excellent living and dining space, with door out onto a balcony with further access down to a private garden. The kitchen itself comprises a modern range of matching white high gloss wall and base units with work surfaces incorporating inset sink unit, gas hob with overhead extractor and electric oven below, and further space for appliances. The property offers a generous master alongside a second bedroom, plus a stylish bathroom with white three piece suite, contemporary fixtures, and elegant tiling. The property is enviably located just a short walk from St James Street station, with Walthamstow Central also within easy reach, as well as regular bus routes, all providing excellent connections into Central London, the City and the West End. There are a variety of shops, bars, restaurants and amenities within easy reach, as well as the open spaces of nearby St James Park and Lee Valley Park which neighbours the Walthamstow Wetlands. Comments from the owner: What do you love most about your home? Being a Warner flat in a conservation area, we love the classic elegance of the neighbourhood. The warm orange tones of the brickwork and the original street lamps look so cosy and welcoming when you arrive home in the evening. As for the flat itself, we love the airiness and light from the sash windows throughout. The balcony and garden have been especially welcome during the lockdown as outside space has proved invaluable. Why are you moving? Purely for space reasons as we now have 2 children. We are actually in denial about the need to move as we love it here so much, but we have reluctantly conceded that it’s probably time to dig deep and move on! What do you love about the area? There is a real sense of community, lots of local business owners have become friends. There are excellent coffee shops and cafes literally at the end of the road. There is always something new and fun happening, like a pop-up cocktail bar in the local pie and mash shop! It’s just a short walk to Walthamstow Marshes and the canal, where at times you can forget you’re even in London. And yet the transport links are amazing, you can be in the City in 20 minutes and the West End within half an hour. Viewings are highly recommended.