A quite magnificent, rarely available six bedroom, three bathroom semi-detached, double fronted Edwardian home extended and refurbished to the highest of standards. Situated on one of Ealing's most sought-after residential roads, moments from Lammas and Walpole Parks and walking distance to Ealing Broadway.
The property has been refurbished and developed comprehensively in recent years by the current owners to the most meticulous of standards. The layout focuses around modern family living with two well inter-connecting reception rooms leading to the most impressive open-plan kitchen-reception to the rear leading directly to rear garden.
This room's focal point is the hand-painted Harvey Jones kitchen, with breakfast bar separating the large 19' kitchen from the reception area. Oak engineered flooring throughout the ground floor compliments the finish and quality of its appeal.
The style and refurbishment of the homes needs an internal viewing to be fully appreciated. It benefits from recently installed double glazed sash windows throughout and has been recently redecorated throughout.
The home was also rewired in 2010, in addition to new plumbing at this time with the addition of two mega-flows.
The loft was converted around five years ago and has created an awe-inspiring master bedroom spanning the length of the houses with large en-suite and far-reaching views.
Spread over three floors and with well appointed rooms of impressive dimensions an internal viewing is thoroughly recommended to appreciate the full quality of the home.
You are in close proximity to Ealing Broadway and St Mary's Rd. Lyncroft Gardens is a quiet residential road that connects Waldermar Ave and Carew Rd two other quiet residential roads. The result is that any traffic is at a minimum and concerns only local residents and their guests.
Off street parking and you are also contained with an CPZ residential scheme. The benefit of this is that while you are centrally positioned for a short walk to Ealing Broadway or the local South Ealing tube station you don't have to worry about too many parked cars in the vicinity.
On the doorstep of Lammas and Walpole parks. Walpole was the subject of a major renovation programme in 2015 and provides walks around the duck pond and expansive greenery. Lammas provides plenty of sporting activities and stretches from just off St Mary's Rd over to Northfields.
Close to Ealing Broadway town centre with its many amenities and transport links, and easy walking distance to South Ealing station (Piccadilly line - routes to central London and Heathrow).
From 2019 the Station will be transformed into a 'Crossrail' appointed station which will serve the new 'Elizabeth Line'. This will ensure fast and convenient access to Bond St and Canary Wharf amongst other stops while in the comfort of a large carriage carrying double the number of commuters of a normal tube carriage. According to Transport for London, journey times from the station to Bond St will be 11 mins after the introduction of 'Crossrail'.
Local sought after schools include Little Ealing, Grange, Fielding and the new Ealing Fields school.
Ealing is renowned for its private schooling options, with many families moving to the area to enjoy the academic excellence on offer from a wide choice of options. St Benedicts, St. Augustine's Priory, Notting Hill And Ealing, Clifton Lodge, Avenue House School, Durston House and Harvington Prep School all enjoy stellar reputations.
Please call the seller's sole appointed representatives Go View London for your appointment to view on 020 8992 0333, option 1.