Built in the 1930s with an arts and crafts influence the home has a grand entrance vestibule which provides a central hall way to the three reception rooms that form the ground floor. Off the breakfast room there is the fitted kitchen, this area may provide scope for extension and enhancement subject to all usual consents. Also downstairs is a utility room, w/c, plant room, and double garage some 36ft in length.
On the upper floors there are six bedrooms, one of which has been adapted into a family reception/media room to take advantage of its elevated position over Ealing Cricket Ground and offers far-reaching views, uninterrupted to the Pavilion. The master bedroom provides an en-suite and dressing room with additional storage.
On the second floor, set into the roof space there is a bedroom, games room and home office. Typical of houses of this era the roof space provides good head height through its steep elevation, and again plenty of storage is on offer.
The landscaped front garden provides off street parking and shrubbery and small trees provide a nice backdrop to the block paved drive offering immediate parking for two cars in addition to the integrated garage.
The rear garden narrows to the end of its 80ft and forms along the boundary to the Cricket Club. Given that a previous president of the Cricket Club once owned the property a pedestrian gate provides easy access from the rear of the garden onto the boundary.
Located on a wide tree-lined road moments from Ealing Broadway, a zone 3 town centre that has undergone significant investment and redevelopment in recent years to compliment and enhance its renowned reputation for being a family orientated, vibrant place to live. Ealing has always been known through the years as 'Queen of the Suburbs' due to its plentiful open spaces and Victorian architecture. Notable parks and open spaces are Ealing Common, Walpole, Lammas, Fox Wood and Hanger Hill Park which complement its fashionable town centre.
Ealing Broadway station provides Central and District lines to central London in addition to overground services to Paddington and Heathrow. Furthermore, the Station is a designated 'Crossrail' stop, a transport infrastructure development that is planned to provide a faster and more frequent service to the City. In detail, it is worth mentioning that passengers are expected to experience a journey time of 11 minutes to Bond St from 2019.
For the motorist, you have easy access to the M40/A40, M4, A406 and the M25. Nestled on in a comfortable residential enclave famed for its wide-tree lined roads that provides a perfect setting for family life in walking distance of several exceptionally well renowned private schools, notably St Benedicts, Notting Hill, St Augustine's and Durston House.
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