3 Private Houses

5 Duplexes

12 Apartments

3 Penthouses

Available on the Help to Buy scheme

In the historical heart of London’s Industrial past comes Copper Works, a brand new development of three private houses and a collection of apartments and duplexes set around a stunning landscaped communal garden in the centre of E17.

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A beautiful set of houses, duplexes, and apartments, built to impress with accents of copper and exquisite attention to detail to make your home truly special.

Become a part of history

Recorded in the Doomsday Book as the “place of welcome” (‘Wilcumestou’), it’s appropriate nomenclature for a district that has retained a sense of community throughout the ages. From 13th century visits from King John, to 21st century Turner Prize winning art by Grayson Perry, the area boasts a rich seam of history to mine, both ancient and contemporary.

The perfect balance

Walthamstow offers access to central London with advantageous 24-hour transport links, while you can escape to the mystical ancient woodland of Epping Forest whenever you choose. The Lea Valley is a bus ride away as are Stratford’s stunning shopping amenities and Leytonstone’s artisanal markets. Or take a stroll along the Walthamstow Wetlands nature reserve, a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), which offers a haven for overwintering wildfowl such as the pochard and gadwall.

Local luxury

Using the finest materials to make your house a dream home, Copper Works is a spacious, modern living space with tactile fixtures and an abundance of natural light.

Experience a


Living is easy in E17, with world class culture, worldwide cuisine and a bounty of bucolic settings, woodland and wildlife reservations to explore.

Culture on your front door

Quirky, modern and fun, the area hosts some famously eclectic gallery spaces, from the museum celebrating the life of utopianist designer and craftsman William Morris, to the legendary neon signage of God’s Own Junkyard. Even the Nordic detail of Walthamstow Town Hall, built in 1937, is a curio for art deco aficionados.

Home to the classic food scene

With still reputedly the longest outdoor street market in Europe as well as a cherished Farmers Market on Sundays, ingredients were never easier to source. If you’d prefer to eat out, then there’s a plethora of pizzerias, and relaxed British and European eateries like Eat 17 and the Village Kitchen. Homies on Donkeys, meanwhile, prepares the tastiest tacos this side of Tijuana.

London at your fingertips

The area is served by a number of railway stations for tube, overground and mainline, with Blackhorse Road Station on the Victoria Line less than 10 minutes away on foot, and St James Street – which hosts the “Ginger line” – a mere four minutes away. Dalston is a 20 minute ride, and Walthamstow Central Station hosts 18 metropolitan bus routes, including three night buses.

Designed to be


The highest standard

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Made to impress

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A modern classic

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Walthamstow is fast becoming a vital cultural hub that adds diversity and unmissable excitement to London’s brilliant parade.