One of Ealing's foremost and iconic residences, a grade II listed detached house designed by the renowned architect Robert Atkinson and built in 1915.
The home's framework is set as L-Shaped design with tall windows and central vestibule creating a great visual backdrop to the well-appointed and lateral living areas.
Containing seven bedrooms and three principal receptions, the home revolves around its central vestibule and central access to the courtyard garden extending into the larger grounds that form around the perimeter of the home.
The entrance is complimented by double panelled early 19th century doors with its moulded door case, staircase and panelling forming a balcony with cast iron balustrade to give an open-well entrances, the grandest of entrances to this iconic family home.
Each room has its own particular grace and symbolises grandness. There is a tremendous emphasis on creating light and openness, with certain rooms containing five or six tall windows into circular bay.
Robert Atkinson the architect who designed the home was Principal of the Architectural Association from 1913 to 1920 and its Director of Education until 1929. He was one of the architects that worked on Ealing Studio's 'White House', its administrative offices.
Other renowned buildings created by Robert Atkinson include: Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham, Eros Cinema, Shaftesbury Avenue (since demolished), the lobby interior of the Daily Express Building, London, Gresham Hotel, Dublin and the Canadian Red Cross Memorial Hospital, Taplow.
Ealing Broadway is close by that provides plentiful transport links to the City and a great town centre appeal. With the advent of Crossrail's introduction from 2019 and the Filmworks scheme that will be bringing eight cinemas and new lifestyle piazza to the centre of Ealing the appeal of the town centre is set to grow. These exciting projects are in addition to the Dicken's Yard development that is already transforming Ealing's commercial and lifestyle landscape.
Go View London are honoured to handle the sale of this Ealing home, offered onto the market for the first time in decades, please make enquiries to the office on 020 8992 0333, option 1 to register your interest for an internal viewing inspection.