Property Details


A beautiful, spacious, 1930s four-bedroom, semi-detached home in this sought-after residential area. Over three floors and boasting an elevated plot position, off street parking to front and an exceptionally sized rear garden that also has its own studio.

The home provides a great framework for family life and entertaining. The loft area has been expertly converted into one magnificent bedroom with en-suite filled with light from its plentiful windows. It could be sub-divided into two rooms giving you internally five bedrooms in the main house should you wish, and subject to usual consents.

The rear garden benefits from a studio that provides an opportunity for guests to also stay over in or could be converted into an ideal home office/gym.

The garden is still deep enough that you could add a rear garden studio and potentially look to extend the house too, subject to all usual consents.

The house was extensively refurbished just over 12 years ago due to a fire at the property, accordingly you will benefit from buying a home that has been fully renovated in recent years.

Situated in close proximity to Scotch Common and Cleveland Park, there is easy access to a Ealing Broadway, West Ealing and Pitshanger Lane from this sought after residential location.

Ealing Broadway provides plentiful amenities, cafes, bars and restaurants. The local stations of West Ealing and Ealing Broadway will both be on the 'Crossrail' network with the new Elizabeth Line.

'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. According to Transport for London, journey times from Ealing Broadway station to Bond St will be 11 mins after the introduction of 'Crossrail'.

Locally you are close to Castle Bar station that takes to Paddington Station, and bus routes nearby are 297, E2, E7, E9 and E10 all able to be hailed from Argyle Rd located at the end of the road.

Nearby, Pitshanger Village contains a host of independent traders, with over 50 independent traders believed to be trading from Pitshanger Lane. In 2016, Pitshanger Lane won a prestigious accolade as London's best high street as part of The Great British Best High Street competition.

The local schools include North Ealing, St Gregory's catholic primary, Montpelier, Drayton Green and Hathaway Primary.

Local private schools also attract families to purchase in this area. These include: St Benedicts, St. Augustine's Priory, Notting Hill And Ealing, Clifton Lodge, Avenue House School, Durston House and Harvington Prep School.

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 and The Duke of Kent are two of the most renowned watering holes in the area and they are both in easy walking distance from this family offering large gardens and excellent food.

Local parks include Cleveland Park, Scotch Common, Drayton Green, Pitshanger Park, Fox Wood Nature Reserve, Montpelier Park and Hanger Hill Park. In the vicinity too, you also have lots of family friendly sporting and social clubs including Ealing Trailfinders (currently home to London Broncos too), Brentham Club, Ealing Cricket Club and Ealing Golf Club.

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