One of the most substantial and widest family homes in 'The Draytons', a sought-after residential enclave just moments from West Ealing station.
This Edwardian, south-facing, square bay fronted home is one of a few prominent homes on the eastern cusp of Drayton Ave, and provides lofty and airy rooms, four bedrooms, two bathrooms, spread over three floors, and measures over 1600 sq ft.
The principal reception room with large square bay window measures an impressive 16'8 by 13'8. To the rear the dining room with full length French Doors integrates seamlessly into the large kitchen and you have two separate access points to the rear garden's courtyard area making this an ideal environment for entertaining.
You get a real sense of the grandeur of the home from its deep lying position from the road, large, imposing front door with stained glass paneling and good sized entrance vestibule.
Hallway with good storage area leading directly to rear kitchen or with access to reception rooms. The rear reception could be extended further or the rear courtyard could have a infill extension or conservatory (all subject to all usual consents).
The home has been refurbished to an exceptional standard with sophisticated, stylish interiors giving a great environment for family life and entertaining.
The south-facing aspect of the home's front provides lots of natural light and this is accentuated with the great ceiling heights.
Overall, three floors provide a sumptuous amount of family and entertaining space and you are set in a quiet residential area close to West Ealing station. West Ealing station is set to be transformed with the arrival of 'Crossrail', and the station is currently undergoing extensive work readying it for commuters looking to take advantage of journey times to Central London forecast to be around 13 minutes to Bond St.
West Ealing's introduction of the Elizabeth Line (The line serving Crossrail) 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.
The Avenue, a wide tree-lined road, with a variety of locally well renowned shops, cafes and local amenities is nearby. There is a large Waitrose in walking distance and the Drayton Court is a well regarded local watering hole with one of the largest beer gardens in London.
Every Saturday there is also a Farmer's Market providing a good staple of organic produce and local open spaces for families to enjoy and leisurely walks include Drayton Green, Walpole Park and Cleveland Park.
Good variety of local schooling options and you are in catchment area for the sought-after Drayton Manor secondary school. Walking distance to both Northfields Ave and Ealing Broadway with their variety of appeal and offerings. Together both areas offer additional underground lines of Central, District and Piccadilly into the City.
Go View London, with over 500 reviews and two offices locally, are delighted to be sole representatives for the seller of this family home look forward to receiving enquiries.