An excellent laid out two bedroom apartment situated on the first floor of this well positioned purpose built building, close to public transport and the incoming designated Crossrail station.
In brief the property consists of two double bedrooms, a spacious reception leading on to a balcony, a separate fully fitted kitchen and modern bathroom with ample storage throughout the apartment. The building is surrounded by large well maintained communal grounds along with a lockable bicycle shed.
The property also benefits from original hard wood flooring in all the rooms bar kitchen & bathroom and would make an ideal first time purchase or an investment due to close proximity to multiple transport links and the much desired Ealing Broadway.
The home is situated in a popular residential enclave 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.
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 'Filmwork' 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 property is also well located in relation to multiple desired schools including the "outstanding" Christ the Saviour in Ealing Broadway.
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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