Local Amenities

Apollo properties are located moments from wood street station giving access to Walthamstow central and Liverpool street station. Only six miles from the city centre, a home here gives fantastic access to the sights and sounds of the heart of London.

Our properties for rent in Wood Street are more affordable than in Central London, and with good transport links, trains direct to Liverpool Street and tubes to Kings Cross (from Walthamstow Central) making them ideal for commuters. There is even a direct bus service to Dockland's London City Airport.

Making your home in Walthamstow, you will find a town that respects its past, lives in the present and has an eye on a bright future. The ancient part of the town is 'The Village' a conservation area which includes 'The Ancient House' an amazing 15th century timber framed building.

Walthamstow High Street has a whole host of shops and the Selbourne Walk Shopping Centre, offering a superb place for all your retail needs including its market, with over 400 stalls, every Monday to Saturday. At 2.1 km it boasts being the largest market in Europe.


"Walthamstow is located moments away from Central London."


Lloyds Park has a host of exciting features, a pond with ducks and a well-kept aviary. Also within a stone's throw from Wood Street is the Hollow Ponds Boating Lake and Epping Forest. Local Hospitals include Whipps Cross Hospital and Thorpe Coombe Hospital.

Schools include 60 State primary schools and 17 State Secondary Schools. There's also a wide range of authentic pubs, restaurants and entertainment, the William Morris Gallery in Lloyd Park on Forest Road and Vestry House Museum in the Village (Admission Free).

With Waltham Forest being part of the Olympic 2012 regeneration scheme, the borough has been revitalised with brand new facilities including a new urban park on its doorstep, the national hockey centre, Walthamstow wetlands – Europe’s Largest Urban wetland and other new facilities.


"Walthamstow was voted best urban village in London by 'Time Out' magazine recently. Making Walthamstow the ideal place to live."