Feature17 is a brand new Countryside development in Walthamstow with an excellent collection of modern 1 to 3 bedroom apartments and 3 & 4 bedroom houses catering for first time buyers to families. There are also wheelchair units available on selected properties.
Located nearby, Walthamstow town centre offers supermarkets and a wide range of independent retailers and restaurants. Walthamstow Village is located within a ten minute walk of the site and is a little haven tucked away to the East of Hoe Street and the west of the Lea Bridge Road with a number of interesting shops and local businesses that pride themselves on quality along with an array of bars, pubs and cafes and a thriving music scene with plenty of events and activities to keep everyone entertained.
Walthamstow central is located within half a mile of the site, benefitting from train, underground and bus links into Central London. The development also benefits from being close to good road links with the A406 North Circular and the M11 located close by.
Available with London Help to Buy
Help towards Stamp Duty and Legal Fees on selected properties
All homes at Feature17 are Leasehold, for further information please speak to our sales consultant.
You could save thousands of pounds when you buy your first Countryside home!
With the exciting budget news that Stamp Duty is abolished for first time buyers on the first £300,000 on properties up to £500,000, there couldn’t be a better time for you to get on the property ladder!**
Countryside awarded 'Best Large Housebuilder of The Year 2017!'
**Stamp Duty detail is as per budget 22nd November, terms and conditions apply
Feature 17’s apartments and houses are star additions to the area, now a popular destination for all ages. People enjoy the vibrancy of local life, the mix of independent shops and eateries, and excellent transport links both into and out of London.
Walthamstow Village is a ten minute walk away and has something to please everyone, with its wide array of interesting shops and businesses, as well as bars, pubs and cafes, and a thriving music scene.
Walthamstow has always been something of a creative hub, not only did William Morris live here (make sure you visit his former house, now museum dedicated to his life and works), so did Grayson Perry, ceramicist and 2003 Turner Prize Winner. Perry created his colourful works in his Walthamstow studio until 2014.
Now it’s the turn of the Grime. Walthamstow is a major London hub for this underground music and across E17 you’ll find a wide array of music venues, as well as other arty places to hang out and street art you’ll wish you could buy. E17 is a place where creativity thrives.
Feature 17 is only half a mile from Walthamstow town centre and is served by Wood Street train station, connecting to London Liverpool Street, and Walthamstow Central, with its extensive train, underground and bus links. The area is bordered to the north by Chingford and to the south by Leyton and Leytonstoe. Central London is only 7.5 miles away and the area also benefits from the A406 North Circular and M11 being close by.
You could not be better located:
- Wood Street Station - 2 minute walk
- Walthamstow Central - 2 minutes from Wood Street on London Overground, or a 15 minute walk
- London Liverpool Street - 20 minutes from Wood Street on London Overground
- Pimlico - 25 minutes from Walthamstow Central on the Victoria Line
* sources: www.tfl.gov.uk & Google Maps
The development is surrounded by a large number of schools. Within a mile radius you will find The Forest School, The Woodside Primary Academy and The Henry Maynard Primary School. There are also several nurseries, as well as even more primary and secondary schools within close proximity.
Waltham Forest College is also less than a mile away.
Starting from God's Own Junkyard, a fantastic gallery and cafe space, Walthamstow Village, which is an attractive conservation area offering a quirky alternative experience to the main commercial centre of Walthamstow. Entertain yourself with artisanal food and drink, top-notch restaurants, or neon art and bric-a-brac.
Walthamstow Central Station is located on the edge of Walthamstow Town Square, home to an abundance of high street names, two supermarkets, as well as the local Empire Cinema.
The William Morris Gallery also finds its home in Lloyd Park, just a mile from Feature17.
The Wetlands to Wetlands cycle route offers a cycle-friendly, faster and greener route between Woodberry Wetlands in Hackney and Walthamstow Wetlands, just a 12 minute bike ride from the development, and home to a large amount of open, green space.