Walthamstow Coachmakers Yard by Notting Hill Genesis is set to be an exciting development in east London, offering a collection of 1, 2, and 3 bedroom shared ownership apartments. The site has an interesting past and was once the home for The Associated Equipment Company, which manufactured London buses until 1927.
The land has since undergone regeneration, and alongside the apartments, many businesses are being established to help create an exciting leisure and retail destination for residents to enjoy.
James Munson, Head of Marketing at Notting Hill Genesis, comments:
“We are thrilled to be launching a new collection of apartments in Walthamstow. For young buyers hoping to kick start their home buying journey, Coachmakers Yard is a must-see. All of the homes have been designed with buyers in mind. The local area provides a fantastic opportunity for residents to explore the outdoors and also immerse themselves in an urban community, whilst the buzz of Central London is easily reachable via public transport and cycle routes.”
All homes at Coachmakers are designed to match today’s lifestyles and feature open-plan kitchen, living and dining areas. Kitchens have stylish units, solid stone worktops and integrated Smeg appliances, making it an enjoyable place to cook and prepare your meals. Bedrooms are well-sized and benefit from mirror-fitted wardrobes and plush grey carpet. Bathrooms are also sleek in design and are comprised of floor and wall tiling, chrome fixtures and white sanitaryware. Ensuring residents have the option to add a splash of personality to their apartment, the living spaces feature large windows, neutral walls and wood effect flooring. Additionally, there is underfloor heating throughout the property and some properties benefit from private balconies.
There are many green spaces and parks nearby the development, and just a short walk from home is Walthamstow Wetlands, Europe’s largest urban wetland and nature reserve. Here you will find a 251-acre site comprising 13 pathways, 10 reservoirs and a variety of wildlife and endangered bird species. Epping Forest is also close by, and here you will find the largest public open space in London, offering 6,000 acres of woodland for visitors to enjoy a walk or picnic.
In the local area you will also find many independent businesses, such as Armstrong Audio Repair and Coffee Shop and Truman’s Social Club. The nearby Walthamstow Village offers a welcome change from the city and features quaint cottages and cobbled streets. Walthamstow Market is held here weekly and residents have the chance to stock up on fresh fruit and vegetables, street food, antiques and handmade goods.
Offering connectivity to other locations in London, Blackhorse Station is a five-minute walk from Coachmakers and from here you can reach Camden Town in 14 mins, Waterloo and London Bridge in under 25 mins, and Canary Wharf in 32 minutes. Overground services are also close by and link residents to Barking and Gospel Oak stations. For those that cycle, there are a number of safe and efficient cycling routes that connect you to Finsbury Park, Victoria Park and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
To register in advance for prices and your exclusive invitation to the launch, please visit www.nhgsales.com or call 020 3815 2222.