A LATE VICTORIAN CENTRE TERRACE HOUSE, probably dating from the 1890’s period, modernised and restored to a first class standard throughout, combining superb kitchen and bathroom fittings, distinctive period features, wide bays, high ceilings together with a characterful, and attractive bay fronted brick facade. The internal layout of accommodation is typically spacious, with, to the ground floor, a reception hall area, “remodelled”, impressive open plan lounge dining room with a “focal point fireplace”, stepping down to a fabulous kitchen with integrated appliances, and double glazed double doors opening directly on to a patio terrace and the rear garden. The first floor layout includes a split level landing, sizeable bay fronted main bedroom, two further decent bedrooms and a smart bathroom wc. Where stated there are double glazed replacement windows, and gas fired heating. The rear garden is of a manageable size, with patio area lawn and some colourful shrubs.
The setting of the house is highly popular, just a short walk of the highly rated Selwyn Primary School, and Highams Park Village Centre with its vibrant range of shopping facilities, bars and cafes. The mainline railway station connects with Liverpool St., London, Walthamstow Central and the Victoria Line. Highams Park has some wonderful family walks including its parkland, forest and the renowned Victorian boating lake!
Reception Hall (6′ 06″ x 3′ 0″ or 1.98m x 0.91m)
Opening to lounge dining room with radiator to one side, stairs to first floor accommodation.
Lounge Dining Room (23′ 04″ x 10′ 04″ Min x 11′ 7″ Max or 7.11m x 3.15m Min x 3.53m Max)
A charming family living space, wide bay to the front elevation, double glazed, attractive fitted shutters, “Focal Point” fireplace (not live), tiled hearth, wood mantel, brick faced fire back, high skirtings, 9’2” ceiling height, coved cornice and centre rose, radiator to one side. Opening to:
Open plan from the lounge, with step down to the kitchen, useful range of under stairs storage cupboards, double glazed window, fitted shutters, radiator beneath, high skirting, 9’2” ceiling height, coved cornice, centre rose.
Kitchen (18′ 04″ x 8′ 03″ or 5.59m x 2.51m)
Custom fitted, maximising space and storage! Eye level units together with base cupboards and drawers on two sides in a matching finish, part tiled surrounds, plenty of power points, single drainer sink unit with mixer tap, recess space for large fridge freezer, integrated appliances including 4 burner hob, extractor above, and oven adjacent. Plumbing/provision for automatic washing machine, ceiling downlighters, double glazed window to the side elevation and double glazed double door to the rear leading on to the patio.
First Floor Accommodation
Landing (18′ 09″ x 4′ 08″Max Max x 2′ 6″ Min or 5.72m x 1.42m Max x 0.76m Min)
‘On Two Levels’ 2 hatches to the loft, panel doors to each bedroom and bathroom off.
Bedroom 1 (12′ 05″ Max x 14′ 02″ or 3.78m Max x 4.32m)
A lovely big main bedroom, wide double glazed bay and casement windows to the front elevation, radiator, 8’6” ceiling height, coving.
Bedroom 2 (11′ 0″ x 9′ 0″ or 3.35m x 2.74m)
Double glazed window to the rear elevation, radiator under, coving.
Bedroom 3 (10′ 0″ x 8′ 06″ or 3.05m x 2.59m)
Double glazed window to the rear elevation, radiator under.
Bathroom (6′ 08″ x 5′ 05″ or 2.03m x 1.65m)
Smart modern fittings, tiled walls, low flush wc, vanity wash hand basin, panel enclosed bath, fixed head and hand held shower attachments, airing cupboard, hot water tank. Double glazed window.
A nicely laid out plot, easy to maintain, having a flagstone patio and a “Sun Trap” south easterly aspect. To either side of a central law, the borders have been planted with shrubs, which provide all year round colour! To one side there is a utility area, ideal for storage etc., and to the other, a boiler cupboard housing the central heating boiler and storage under.
A front board wall with opening provides access.
Local Authority & Council Tax Band
London Borough of Waltham Forest
Council Tax Band : D