A deceptively spacious and really well presented three bedroom mid terraced Victorian house located in this quiet tree lined sought after residential street. The house has two separate receptions rooms, a pleasant living room to the front and a good size dining room to the rear. Leading to a lovely fully fitted kitchen which offers a range of wall and base units. A pleasant garden which is part paved and has a great barbeque decked area with a canopy and brick built smoker oven. First floor modern family bathroom. New double glazed sash cord windows. Offered chain free.
The London Borough of Waltham Forest is a London borough in northeast London, England.
The borough was formed in 1965 from the merger of the municipal boroughs of Leyton, Walthamstow and Chingford; it took its name from Waltham Forest – an institution which managed deer in south-west Essex.
Epping Forest is a remainder of the former Waltham Forest and forms the eastern and northern fringe of the borough. The River Lea lies to the west where its associated marshes and parkland form a green corridor.
Waltham Forest is home to a number of musicians that have found success in the UK, including East 17, Blazin' Squad, and Indie band Hefner, who formed in Walthamstow. The borough is also a centre of the grime musical genre; grime acts hailing from the borough include More Fire Crew, Lethal Bizzle, and Jammer amongst others.
The only theatre in the borough, The Waltham Forest Theatre, was situated in Lloyd Park. Though a local campaign was launched to save it in 2008 the theatre was demolished in 2011.
Leyton Orient F.C. is the local professional football team, based at Brisbane Road, Leyton. In the 1962-63 season the club played in the top tier of English football, the Football League First Division, but currently are in the National League, the fifth tier of the English football league system.
Truman's Brewery is moving to Waltham Forest close to Blackhorse Road underground station in 2020, which will be a new entertainment hub in Walthamstow.