This two double bedroom conversion with a very good sized rear garden, located in the quiet Belmont Park Road.
The property is neutrally decorated throughout with laminate wood floors in the lounge and kitchen and carpet in the bedrooms. All rooms are well proportioned with both bedrooms being doubles and the open plan kitchen and lounge give a bright and spacious feel, the kitchen is fully fitted and includes appliances. The property has a mix of double glazed and sash windows and is gas centrally heated.
Belmont Park Road is situated close to the popular Bakers Arms, The Bakers Arms is a district on the boundary of Leyton and Walthamstow, in the London Borough of Waltham Forest. The district is named after a former public house which stands at the junction of High Road Leyton, Hoe Street (both A112) and Lea Bridge Road (A104). The pub's name was derived from the nearby almshouses for members of London's baking trade, which were completed in 1866. The first record of a publican at the Baker's Arms was in 1868. The pub closed in 2010, and the premises now operate as a betting shop. (Wikipedia)
The area is jam packed with retail outlets, bars and eateries all with in a short walk of the property.
Belmont Park Road is very conveniently located for public transport with several buses and night buses and a choice of Victoria line, Central Line and over ground stations, not to mention the excellent cycle routes which were introduced by the former Mayor of London Boris Johnson as part of the "mini Holland" scheme.