Property Details


A large two bedroom, two bathroom apartment set on the first floor of this imposing period residence with high ceilings and well appointed open-plan reception spanning the width of the entire first floor.

Set in the heart of the Mill Hill conservation area you are on a tree-lined road moments from Acton Town station. There is off street parking (each of the three flats in the building are enabled to park one car each on the forecourt) and purchasers also benefit from access to a controlled parking zone permit.

Recently refurbished and modernised to a high standard, professionals and family buyers will be attracted by the two good sized double bedrooms and two bathrooms ensuring the property will appeal to a wide variety of purchasers.

With an east facing aspect to the front, the open-plan reception with large ceilings is filled with light, complimented by the large windows, an oversized breakfast bar, stylish pendant lighting and modern kitchen. This is set off a large reception area that is perfect for entertaining and relaxing in.

Measuring 721 sq ft, the home has a split level aspect leading to the second bedroom and the two bathrooms (one en-suite) gives a great sense of size and depth to the apartment.

The property is situated in the Mill Hill Conservation area, an area famed for its beautiful period house architecture with deep frontages from wide, tree-lined roads.

You are just moments from Acton Town station which offers Piccadilly and District line access for journeys to Central London and Heathrow.

Walking distance to Acton Main Line station which is part of the 'Crossrail' rail infrastructure due to shortly transform passenger comfort and journey times to Central London. Upon its introduction, journey times from the station to Bond St for instance will be 9 mins.

There is a parade of shops at Acton Town that have improved greatly in recent years, providing locals with a wide variety of restaurants, cafes and local amenities including a mini Sainsbury's. From this location Chiswick, Kew, Richmond and Brentford are all easily accessible.

The property benefits from a share in the building's freehold, and the service charge is managed on an ad-hoc arrangement with charges agreed with the other co-freeholders. The parking to the front is allocated on the basis each of the three apartments can park one car each and you are also able to qualify for a CPZ permit to be able to park on the street.

Please contact Go View London, with over 500 reviews from satisfied clients and two local offices in Acton and Ealing, for your appointment to view. The apartment is available chain free to the market.