New homes brought to E17 in London
A familiar name to most Londoners, Walthamstow, at the end of the
Victoria Line has always been one of the E postcodes’ most popular
residential areas. Affectionately known as “the Stow” in recent years
the district has come to attention as an affordable alternative to the
likes of Stoke Newington, Dalston and Shoreditch, attracting more and
more young professionals and along with it, a growing reputation as a
The Quant lies at the heart of Walthamstow where the main thoroughfares
of Hoe Street, Church Hill and the High Street converge, a three-minute
walk from Walthamstow Central underground and national rail station.
Conveniently located only a three-minute walk from
Walthamstow Central, residents at The Quant are superbly
connected with London underground, overland, national rail
and bus services on the doorstep.
Due south are the hipster areas of Hackney, Spitalfields and Whitechapel. Directly west, the best of north London – two Premier League football clubs and the popular residential areas of Crouch End and Islington.
The borough of Walthamstow itself is surrounded by parkland and the picturesque waterways and reservoirs of the River Lea valley, labelled as Sites of Special Scientific Interest due to the habitat they provide to an incredible array of birdlife and fauna.
Hence the reason why you’re likely to see herons in flight over the town centre –something pretty unique to the Stow!