A truly unique and beautifully presented double fronted Victorian home on the south side of Hamilton Rd, just moments from Ealing Broadway town centre.
This home provides five bedrooms, four bathrooms set within an exceptionally sized family home within a substantial plot in the heart of Ealing Broadway. Deep frontage with formal garden and driveway, extraordinary garden with sectional building (a former classroom) measuring 30' x 24' feet at its far end in addition to a recording studio and garden bar.
On the ground floor there is two well appointed reception rooms with the drawing room benefiting from an original, ornate lime plaster ceiling and working fireplace. The family reception is set off the family kitchen and has a wood burner. Both have large bay windows overlooking the formal front garden.
The kitchen leads directly onto the original Victorian conservatory that due to its south facing nature, floods the kitchen and the adjoining reception with natural light. This room is beautifully appointed and has the original tiled floor.
The ground floor also has the benefit of a self contained one bedroom apartment to its rear, this can be utilised back into the family home or retained for easy multi-generational living. The bathroom for this self-contained area has underfloor heating.
The first floor has been expertly developed over the years to cope with modern family living. There is effectively a positioning of an area that could be used as a large self contained flat if desired for multi-generational living, while still ensuring the principal bedrooms are well appointed with one of the bedrooms having originally been two bedrooms it enables further adaptability if required.
The basement is one of the most substantial original basements we have viewed in the area and it is thought to be originally used as a distribution cellar for the fruit cultivated from the orchard adjoining the deep gardens of North Common and Hamilton Rd. There is the original shelving units with some markings alluding to type of fruit. Indeed, Hamilton and North Common were some of Ealing's earliest roads and indeed are set in very close proximity to Ealing Broadway.
The home office/studio at the rear of the garden is a sectional building thought to be a classroom and it compliments the garden beautifully. It would even be big enough to house up to 10 employees comfortably should an entrepreneur/business owner wish to set their office up there.
There is also a recording studio. It is fully sound-proofed with a floating floor of 5 x 4 metres with an asymmetrical interior. It has air conditioning and a full audio cabling system.
There is even a bar, perfect for family and social gatherings. With a tree-house on top it ensures that all the family can enjoy the garden from its large lawn area to the social and work/study areas at its rear.
For commuting into the City you are very close to Ealing Broadway station. A station that provides current access through Central, District lines to the centre of London in addition to overground services to Paddington and also 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.
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 call sole agents Go View London on 020 8992 0333, option 1, for your private appointment to view.