The house has been refurbished and designed to accentuate light and space throughout with an emphasis on giving greater lateral space to free flowing rooms for entertaining and family life as opposed to the traditional Victorian interior layout. This grand design provides ample space for living and entertaining.
These homes that fill the southern tip of Ealing Common along the Grange Park are thought to be some of Ealing's earliest and they are distinct through their grand stair cases leading to a natural three floor layout with tremendous vaulted ceiling heights on the ground and first floor and beautiful second floor hewn from the enormous roof space.
The front wall has been acid cleaned and repointed in recent years giving a grand exterior which through the clever use of LED wall lights. On entry you are greeted by an oversized front door and the tessellated hand laid tiling from porch provides continuity to the sweeping entry hall. The formal drawing room to the right provides a haven for those looking for separate sanctuary with wooden panelling a prominent feature.
There are clear sight lines from the entry hall through to the rear triple aspect 'Shuco' sliding glass door system giving a real wow factor to arriving guests. From the left of the entry hall you have the advantageous layout which leads up the entire left flank wall (measuring over 40') leading in a L-shape to the rear kitchen with oversized porcelain tiles and underfloor heating system.
The kitchen and associate rear family room lead out to the 100' west facing garden with southerly aspect. A bespoke, fully integrated summer house, or around 290 sq ft, is set in the far left of the garden which benefits from granite paving with wooden border surround setting a border to the lawn
Upper floors are characterised by grand bedrooms, sophisticated lighting systems and large lateral spaces that easily allow for the integration of open en-suites where appropriate. The floor to ceiling window on the second floor looking west is a particular feature especially with the specifically designed two track lighting system following the entire length of the room.
Downstairs, the plant room encompasses today's technology including a mega-flow system ensuring the home measuring around 4360 in internal sq ft is fully functioning to economical satisfaction.
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.
Set close to Ealing Broadway station, an appointed 'Crossrail' station and already benefiting from great transport links to central London through Central and District Lines. The station also has an overground service to Paddington and a Heathrow Connect service. Ealing Common station is short stroll over The Common and this provides District and Piccadilly lines, likewise South Ealing situated nearby is on the Heathrow branch of Piccadilly.
The home is located on popular residential enclave just to the South of The Broadway to the East of St Mary's Rd, an area characterised by its independent shops, restaurants, cafes and vibrant local pubs. A short stroll away you also have the local favourites of Charlotte's Place and The Grange, perfect for entertaining just moments from your home.
Offered to the market with no onward chain. Please contact Go View London, with offices in Ealing and Acton, for your appointment to view.