A substantial, imposing and stylistically adhered to the highest order, halls-adjoining, five double bedroom, semi-detached Victorian family home, positioned on The Avenue, part of the St Stephen's conservation, this wide tree-lined road is in close proximity to West Ealing station and has a great neighbourhood promenade at its southern tip.
The house has been remodelled, comprehensively refurbished and developed in recent years to create a bespoke family lifestyle of the highest order.
Upon entering the long entrance vestibule through original stained-glass door, you have a great sense of the period grandeur the home exhibits.
The ground floor is complimented by underfloor heating controlled by Nest system, and a solid oak chevron floor throughout.
The front reception creates a homely and stylish ambience with fitted bookshelves with LED lighting, feature fireplace and large square bay fronted stained glass window complimented by plantation shutters. Ornate cornicing finishes off the room along with the original Victorian servants' bell, which rings through to the kitchen, in perfect working order.
The recently installed 'Warendorf' kitchen is offset from the 24' rear reception ensuring a modern, stylish layout for family life and entertaining. Kitchen details include fully integrated 'Miele' appliances, 'Quooker' tap and water filter, 'Villeroy and Boch' sink and 'Insinkerator' waste disposal
The enormous rear reception, measuring some 24' in length, the culmination of a recent extension is given a suitable wow factor by 5.7m x 2.9m Crittall streel doors, 'Kelly Hoppen' wallpaper, two large sash windows and four fixed panel roof lights, and is CAT 6 enabled.
The main bedroom of the five double bedrooms, measures approx. 17'6 by 14'1 and includes feature fireplace, square bay fronted original stain glass windows as well, plantation shutters and cast iron radiator. The original Victorian servants' bell is also fully functioning from this room too.
The en-suite to the main bedroom is adorned by mandarin stone callacata white mosaic tiles that are complimented by a bespoke floor to ceiling shower screen and 'Arteform' brassware and vanity unit in a lacquer finish
Two further bedrooms on this floor have plantation shutters and are finished to the same exemplary standard as the rest of the house.
The children's bathroom on this floor with "Valentina" Mandarin Stone herringbone marble
has the benefit of a jacuzzi, underfloor heating and 'Lefroy Brooks' taps and shower fittings.
Two further bedrooms are on the second floor (top) of the house, and the rear bedroom has CAT6 cabling making it an ideal home office. The shower room on this floor has 'Artforme' brassware, 'Inbani' vanity with sink and Mandarin Stone marble calacatta white hexagon mosaic
Miele washing machine and a separate Miele dryer make up the utility room. This room could also be utilised as a kitchenette if required for an au-pair
The rear garden, benefitting from a easterly and southerly aspect is fully walled and has artificial grass, electrical points and bottom of garden as well as on the rear wall, lighting and hot and cold water taps to the side of property.
There is off street parking for two cars at the front of the property, and two electrical points suitable for charging electrical cars.
The property has the latest CCTV camera equipment to the exterior of the property that can be accessed remotely as well as being fully alarmed.
It also benefits from a brand new roof installed 18 months ago with a 15-year guarantee (from installation date), where care was taken to utilise slate tiles with the original fleur-de-lis detail and Finial.
The Avenue, a wide tree-lined road, with a variety of locally well renowned shops, cafes and local amenities, 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.
The 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.
Please contact Go View London, with over 500 reviews from satisfied clients and two local offices in Ealing and Acton, for your appointment to view.