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POP at Feature 17 in Walthamstow by Red Loft

Walthamstow, Greater London, E17 3GR

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3 bedroom apartments
From £534,000

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Welcome to POP, part of Feature 17, a stylish development in Walthamstow. We are offering an excellent collection of modern 3 bedroom apartments - all 1 and 2 beds reserved!

Receive up to £10,000* off the purchase price if you reserve before the end of March!**

All apartments come with a private outdoor space.

Please note: these properties are currently only available through outright sale

Local area information
POP, at Feature 17 is superbly situated by Wood Street train station. North-east of Central London, just off the North Circular Road.
Wood Street itself is lined with cafes, pubs and many independent stores.
Take your pick from a broad selection of independent high street restaurants and well-known names, or pop along to one of the many pubs with a great choice of food and drink.
The Empire multiplex cinema on Walthamstow Market makes an excellent night out, or enjoy one of the many local bars and clubs.

Note: Viewings are by appointment only and that all customers must have a virtual viewing before booking an appointment in line with Government guidelines.

* Subject to number of bedrooms
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