Savills | 176 Wood Street, Walthamstow, London E17 3HX | Properties for sale
Excess of £1,250,000

176 Wood StreetWalthamstow, London E17 3HX


    Key features

    • Total passing rent of £52,000 per annum
    • The property benefits from a positive pre-planning application response
    • Situated opposite Wood Street London Overground station (Zone 4)
    • For sale freehold

    Part 1, part 3 storey building comprising 2 commercial units at ground floor and 2 apartments on upper floors.

    About this property

    • The site is located in Walthamstow, North East London. Wood Street offers a range of cafés, bars and restaurants and Wood Street indoor market, a bustling market of 30 unique shops run by local owners and tradespeople, is 200 metres north of the property. To the immediate north and north west of the site is a residential led mixed use development scheme being built by Countryside which will provide 436 residential units and replace much of the Marlowe Road estate which occupied the site. Further to the west, Walthamstow provides an extensive retail offering with a busy town centre, a shopping mall, and Walthamstow Market, the longest single street market in Europe. Walthamstow Village, an area of attractive Victorian and Georgian streets and an enclave of artisan and independent shops, bars and restaurants on Orford Road is approximately 500 metres west of the property. The site is located opposite Wood Street Overground station which provides direct services into London Liverpool Street station in 23 minutes (Source TfL). Wood Street also provides services to Walthamstow Central station in 2 minutes (Source TfL) where customers can change on to the Victoria London Underground line. In addition, there are numerous bus routes running from Wood Street and Forest Road which connect the site to local neighbourhoods. The property is situated on a site which extends to approximately 0.013 hectares (0.03 acres). The building consists of a part three, part one storey building comprising two commercial units, with two residential apartments on the two upper floors which were converted from offices in 2009.