Property Details

  • Four bedrooms
  • Mid-terrace
  • Two bathrooms
  • Refurbished to high standard
  • 1400 Sq ft over three floors
  • Close to Lammas and Walpole parks
  • Bespoke bathrooms
  • Crossrail station nearby
  • Northfields Station(Piccadilly line) inside 8 minutes walk
  • Ensuite off master bedroom

A four double bedroom, three bathroom, substantial home refurbished to an exceptional standard set on a quiet residential road at the northern tip of Northfields in easy walking distance to West Ealing station, an appointed 'Crossrail' station.

The home's ground floor is spacious with a large, double reception measuring approx. 24'9 by 11' leading to a dining room and beautifully appointed kitchen to the rear.

The home's interior has been styled and refurbished to an exceptional standard, with the layout ideal for family gatherings and entertaining.

There is four double bedrooms spread across the two upper floors, The converted loft bedroom is a tremendously sized 19'1 by14'1 bedroom that has its own bathroom on the top floor.

The main bedroom on the first floor is 14'1 by 13'1 and the secondary bedrooms on this floor are both good doubles. The accommodation is adaptable for large families or if a home office is required.

Close by you have the West Ealing Farmer's market running every Saturday and has a large variety of fresh produce and a large Waitrose supermarket is in easy walking distance. The Forresters and Drayton Court pubs are both close by too providing easy options for socialising.

A lot of families move to Ealing for the great schools. Fielding Primary and Elthorne Park Secondary are the nearest schools to the property, both Ofsted Outstanding. There are also excellent nurseries within walking distance.

The home is situated in a popular residential road in close proximity to Walpole Park and Lammas Park. Walpole Park is 28 acres and has recently undergone major multi-million pound renovation and landscape improvements with the restoration of Pitzhanger Manor House and Gallery a centre-piece in the parks improvements alongside the introduction of two new restaurants towards the St Mary's Rd/Ealing Studio side of the park.

From this location walking back into Ealing Broadway is also very straightforward and 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 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.

Northfield station (Piccadilly Line) is the closest tube station and can be reached by foot inside 10 minutes.

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