Bordering picturesque Lammas Park, on the cul-de-sac part of Clovelly Rd, W5 is this truly unique halls-adjoining, semi-detached Edwardian family home with off street parking that provides ample space and clear views over the park from every window.
With four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two receptions and a large, modern eat-in kitchen the home provides ample space for family life and entertaining. There would be further scope for extensions to the side, rear and loft subject to local authority approval.
The layout of the home adds to its overall appeal. The large, modern eat-in kitchen in the heart of the home adjoins the two formal reception rooms to the front and rear and the ground floor flows towards the south-facing rear garden.
A further benefit of downstairs is the wc/utility room to the rear and side access to the garden is also afforded from the kitchen.
Similar homes adjoining the park have created large loft spaces with floor to ceiling windows, and subject to approval, this could be a worthwhile project for future owners. This home also has the benefit of a front driveway.
The current owners, who have been in residence for over 30 years, have maintained the property superbly, and it is presented in great condition with the roof just over 10 years old, each window double glazed and a recently fitted boiler.
A modern interior setting within its Edwardian exterior splendour compliments the positioning on the cul-de-sac section of Clovelly Rd that leads to the gates to Lammas Park, a formal park of some 25 acres in the heart of Ealing which adjoins Walpole Park towards Ealing Broadway/Mattock Lane.
You are located in a quiet residential pocket that has the benefit of being in close proximity to South Ealing station and the locally well-renowned St Mary's Rd. This ensures you are in the heart of an area famed for its independent shops, restaurants, cafes and vibrant local pubs yet still in very close proximity to efficient transport links to central London and Heathrow.
Ealing Broadway is only a short walk away or a quick trip on the 65 bus. 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 that will front Ealing Green/Mattock Lane 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.
There are several well regarded primary schools in the area including Grange, Fielding, Little Ealing and Mount Carmel.
Ealing Fields High School has recently opened in 2016 as a member of the Twyford Church of England Academies Trust. It was opened as a free school by a group of parents with a strong desire to provide an excellent high school option in South Ealing.
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