1 Bedroom Flat for Sale

Bream Close, N17

Asking Price £265,000
  • Flat
  • 1 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 1 Receptions

Cole Harding is excited to present this morden ground floor purpose built flat located in the highly sought after Bream close.


The flat offers a bright and excellent condition living room, modern fitted kitchen, bedroom with large built in wardrobe, and a modern bathroom with shower cubicle.

The flat is situated between the River Lea and Walthamstow Wetlands - London's largest urban nature reserve. It is just minutes away from Tottenham Hale Station (Victoria Line), but remains a quiet oasis in the heart of tottenham.

Tottenham Hale retail park opposite the station offers a wide range of opportunities for food, clothes and DIY shopping, with large retailers such as Lidl, Argos, TK Maxx, Wilko, B & Q and Iceland. Stoke Newington and Walthamstow are also nearby for bars and restaurants.

The flat comes with a free parking space as part of the leasehold, and the estate is well maintained throughout the year.

This flat is a great starter home or investment - clean, modern and accessible.

Lease Length 97 years approx

Service charge 1427.61 per annum and includes water rates

Ground rent: £160 per annum

The Vendors comments:

It's been a great four years for me in Bream Close, so much so that I have decided to upsize and stay on the estate. There are not many places in London where you can say you live on an island surrounded by river, less than ten minutes from the Victoria line. It's beautiful, yet only 15 minutes from central London.

Transport links are acceptional here, whether you want to get into Liverpool Street, Stratford, Euston or Stansted Airport - they are all direct lines.

The estate is tranquil and just a stone's throw away from walthamstow wetlands, where I have enjoyed many a lock down walk. There is also the canal, where you can cycle up to Herfordshire, which is beautiful, or walk down to Hackney.

The Ferry Boat Inn pub opposite the estate is a charming local pub with an amazing beer garden. You also have St James Street and Walthasmtow nearby for food and drink, and Clapton just a short cycle away.

The area has changed a lot since I first moved here, with many new places opening up. We now have a Climbing Wall (Stronghold), a variety of music venues (The Cause, Five Miles and Costa Del Tottenham) and cafes and restaurants in the industrial estate beside Markfield Park. Tottenham has become a popular place to live, and I think it's only going to get better!

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