4Bedroom Luxury House (G) London 15minutes city centre

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  • 4 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8
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Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 8

Type: House

4Bedroom Luxury House (G) London 15minutes city centre

Maximum availability allowed on this property is 139 days per year.

Enjoy the city without paying City rates.

This rental is in a unique position of being 15 minutes by tube (Victoria line) to the City centre (Kings cross, Oxford circus etc) or Green Park Station (Victoria line) for Buckingham Palace 20 minutes, with out paying City centre rentals. Your rental refunded if the journey takes longer than 15 minutes (this exclude tube strikes, service delays ).

Situated off Blackhorse Lane, the apartment is perfectly located for easy access to all of London's attractions as the underground station is on the doorstep,(10 to 15 minutes walk ...Read more

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4Bedroom Luxury House (G) London 15minutes city centre
London, England

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High Street and Walthamstow Market
The High Street is dominated by Walthamstow Market, which began in 1885, and occupies all but the last 100 metres of the street. It is reputed to be a mile long, but in fact measures approximately one kilometre. The market is open five days a week (not Sunday or Monday), and there is currently a Sunday farmers' market. The street is lined with shops: a selection of high-street chains, but also many independent small shops specialising in food, fabrics, household goods etc. as well as cafés. The overall tone is downmarket and unique. There are two patches of new-ish development: at Sainsburys, and The Mall Selborne Walk covered shopping centre[6] both of which have large multi-storey car parks.
The historic Central Library on the High Street was one of many built with money donated by the Scottish-American businessman and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, whose portrait bust can be seen on the exterior of the building. It was modernised and expanded in 2006-2007, although there were claims that this was at the expense of book holdings. According to the Waltham Forest Guardian, "almost a quarter of a million books have gone missing from Waltham Forest libraries amid claims they have been burned or pulped" and the borough's library stock fell by 60% over the two previous years.[7] At the same time, a large plot at the corner of High Street and Hoe Street was set for substantial redevelopment as a retail space. This site was previously the location of the town's central Post Office and a shopping arcade, originally built in the 1960s. Plans for the redevelopment of this site fell through in 2005, but Planning Permission for development was recently granted, and work on a new cinema and houses started in April 2013.[8]

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Nearest train station: blackhorse road, 0.19 miles
Nearest airport: heathrow, 14.98 miles
Car is not necessary

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