This absolutely fabulous example of a three bedroom Ex Warner flat is conveniently located in this sought after location nestled between St James Street station and Blackhorse Road Station and also within a short stroll or cycle of the picturesque Walthamstow Marshes and Canals. This fantastic flat is offered many benefits including a bright sunny lounge, along with three bedrooms . To the rear of the property you find the kitchen/diner, the bathroom and access out to the shared garden. This is a gem of a flat is perfect for professionals. Viewing Recommended
Blackhorse Road and Blackhorse ‘Village’ are nearby giving great access to Blackhorse Road station. The name is actually a mispronunciation of Black House, a grand old house that once stood near St James Street. Blackhorse Road runs through the heart land of the old Warner estate. Stoneydown Park is not only a great park with a kids playground, it is also home to a music festival. Every summer the Stoneydown Park festival fills the air with good music from local musicians, and fills our bellies with great food and nice cold beer. Its completely free Quiet streets, good transport links and free music, what more could you want.
St James Street plays host to a range of trendy independent cafes and is at the very top of Walthamstow market, which is still believed to be the longest street market in Europe, offering a variety of stalls to buy everything from a bowl of bananas to a new suitcase Take a step back into the past and visit the famous Menzes pie and mash shop and sample their famous pie, mash and liquor or if you feel brave maybe try some stewed eels.
Walk the length of Walthamstow market and you’ll find Walthamstow Central ,offering Victoria line and Overground services, as well as the night Tube at the weekends. Walthamstow Mall offers a range of high street brands and supermarkets and there is also a Farmers market on a Sunday morning – offering lovely fresh seasonal Produce.
What is an 'Ex Warner' I hear you ask?
Warner” properties were built in the borough from the late nineteenth century until the mid-twentieth century. They were built by T. C. T. Warner, one of the largest landowners in Walthamstow, many of the properties built by the Warner company, often bear the mark 'W' and are notable for the quality of their workmanship and are in distinctive styles, often in bold red brick, with gables, recessed porches, and tiled roofs. It is also believed that many of the roads are named after members of the Warner family.