A three bedroom home in the heart of the sought after 'Draytons', a residential enclave with a green to one side and West Ealing station, an appointed 'Crossrail' station, to the other. The home could potentially be in need of some updating and modernisation in part, and this is reflected in our valuation.
With deep frontage from the road and a sizable, south-facing front reception that is enhanced by the removal in previous years of the chimney breast giving a great sense of space in the room.
Upstairs there are three bedrooms, with the master bedroom spanning across the width of the house a particular feature that ensures you have adaptable and spacious accommodation.
Other homes in the area have completed loft conversions and rear extensions, this type of work could be undertaken for this home, subject to all the usual consents.
'The Draytons' is a collection of residential two and three storey freehold homes, with very few conversions as a proportion of overall residences, just moments from West Ealing station, a station that is on the new 'Crossrail' line for quick and efficient access to The City.
In addition to Drayton Primary there are also plenty of other state and private schooling options in the near vicinity and some great local nurseries, including the well-renowned Creative Minds West Ealing Montessori that parents from across Ealing travel to.
The Avenue, a wide tree-lined road, with a variety of locally well renowned shops, cafes and local amenities is nearby. There is a very large Waitrose in walking distance, that also provides John Lewis click and collect, and the Drayton Court is a well-regarded local watering hole with one of the largest pub gardens in London with extensive food menu.
Your closest rail station is West Ealing which is set to be transformed with the arrival of Crossrail, the station is currently undergoing extensive work readying it for the increased commuters looking to take advantage of journey times to Central London forecast to be around 13 minutes to Bond St on commuter trains that will hold double the number of passengers to a current tube train.
From this location walking back into Ealing Broadway is also very straightforward and the town centre's redevelopment continues apace with the Dicken's Yard development nearing completion and its various commercial offerings. Furthermore, the new Filmworks scheme promises to be an exciting addition to an already well-equipped lifestyle/shopping destination. It offers an eight screen, 1045 capacity cinema with associated restaurants and will offer a new public sphere by opening up Mattock Lane through to The Broadway.
Local parks all within easy walking distance are Walpole Park, Drayton Green, Cleveland Park, Lammas Park and Pitshanger Park.
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