Property Details

  • Terrace house
  • Four bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Recently refurbished
  • Large private south facing garden
  • Close to transport links
  • Ealing Common park close by
  • Close to Ealing Broadway
  • Bi folding doors to garden
  • Local schools - Grange primary - Christ the Saviour

Beautifully refurnished and spacious four-bedroom home with large south facing garden. The property is located just a short stroll from Ealing Common Park and Ealing Broadway centre and ideally suited for a family looking for a home in a popular central location.

The property has been refurbished and extended to a high standard including loft conversion, full rear extension with 4-meter bi folding doors, with fitted security glass panels leading out from living area to a great sized garden which includes patio area and a shed.

Internally the property has been fitted with new Vaillant combi boiler, windows, new electricity panel, smoke alarms and all internally doors are fire safety ready.

In brief the property consists of four double bedrooms over three floors, separate kitchen, a large reception /dining area leading out to private garden. The house also has great storage both inside and out and comes with two bathrooms plus a ground floor WC. Parking permits for residents only.

This home provides ample space in a convenient, central Ealing location ready to take advantage of Crossrail's impending introduction from Ealing Broadway station and the general improvement and regeneration of the Town Centre to encompass Dickens Yard and Filmworks. The location also allows a short walk to further stations such as North Ealing or Ealing common.

From May 2022 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.

You are in close proximity to Ealing Common and other local parks nearby are Walpole, Gunnersbury and Lammas. Walpole was the subject of a major renovation programme in 2015 and provides walks around the duck pond and expansive greenery. Gunnersbury is home to a former Rothschild summer house and its duck pond is a local favourite. Lammas provides plenty of sporting activities and stretches from just off St Mary's Rd over to Northfields.

Please contact Go View London, with over 700 reviews from satisfied clients and two local offices in Ealing and Acton, for your appointment to view.