At 818 square foot this amazing, recently refurbished, two bedroom flat spans the entire ground floor of this substantial semi-detached building and benefits from a large private garden. It is situated in close proximity to Ealing Broadway station, an appointed 'Crossrail' station.
The apartment boasts two double bedrooms, high ceilings, a private garden and on street parking making this a desirable central Ealing address ready to take full advantage of the new 'Filmworks' scheme at the tip of Mattock Lane leading into Ealing Broadway, and the town centre's general redevelopment.
The property has been developed and extended with the highest quality of detail in mind and offers ample living space for living and entertaining. It would suit a wide range of purchasers from families to those looking to downsize to quality accommodation in a central location.
The master bedroom has substantial built in storage whilst the large second bedroom is ideally laid out for home working with internet access and phone points installed.
The home is situated on a popular residential road in close proximity to Walpole 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.
The landscape of Ealing's town centre is also being transformed currently with the completion of the Dicken's Yard commercial sphere and eagerly anticipated 'Filmworks' scheme that will provide an eight-screen cinema, both by the renowned developer St George, part of the Berkeley Group.
For commuting into the City, you are in very close proximity to Ealing Broadway station. A station that provides current access through Central, District lines to the centre of London in addition to overground services to Paddington and also the Heathrow.
The Station is due to be transformed into a 'Crossrail' appointed station which will serve the new 'Elizabeth Line'. This 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 the station to Bond St will be 11 mins after the introduction of 'Crossrail'.
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