Property Details

  • Three bedrooms
  • First floor
  • Two bathrooms
  • Lease of 960 years
  • Bespoke finish
  • Popular residential street
  • No Chain
  • Crossrail

A great chance to acquire a beautiful fully refurbished large three-bedroom, two-bathroom Edwardian period conversation apartment.

The home provides a great opportunity for a family or professional couple looking for a large family apartment in a great residential area in close proximity to Ealing Broadway. The building only has two flats in the building, has a 960-year lease remaining, private patio space to front of house and comes with no onward chain.

The property has been refurnished and remodelled to a high standard in last few years and comes in turnkey condition.

Set on Wimborne Gardens, a tree lined residential road, just off St Stephens Ave and easy walking distance to Ealing Broadway and in the proximity for the Borough's most sought-after schools.

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.

Ealing is renowned for its private schooling options, with many families moving to the area to enjoy the academic excellence on offer from a wide choice of options.

St Benedicts, St. Augustine's Priory, Notting Hill And Ealing, Clifton Lodge, Avenue House School, Durston House and Harvington Prep School all enjoy stellar reputations and are all close proximity to this beautiful family home.

North Ealing and Montpelier, two much renowned state schools, are also in close proximity to the home.

Ealing Broadway station will soon be 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.

Please contact Go View London, with over 700 reviews from satisfied clients and two local offices in Ealing and Acton, for your appointment to view.