A stunning rare to market two bedroom period conversation garden apartment on this prime residential road in the heart of Ealing, moments from Ealing Broadway station, an appointed 'Crossrail' station.
Part of a grand period building, this conversion apartment spans over 1000 sq ft of internal space and comes with impressive dimensions, with a reception room of 18'6 x 13'11. The apartment has a very useful renovated basement area with central heating that can be used as an extra bedroom or office space depending on the needs of the new owners and the property comes with a share in the freehold of the building. The property comes with its own private patio and direct access to the well-groomed communal grounds on offer.
Only just over half the owners in the buildings benefit from being part of the freehold in the building, meaning that there will be some financial reward as others look to increase their leases or buy a share also.
The home also benefits from two bathrooms, one en-suite, separate kitchen with designer fittings such as Smeg cooker and also comes with off street parking. The home provides ample storage and comes in excellent condition throughout with its stylish décor is set off by beautiful high ceilings and original cornicing.
This apartment provides ample space in a convenient, central Ealing location ready to take advantage of Crossrail's impending introduction from Ealing Broadway station and the general improvement and regeneration of the Town Centre to encompass Dickens Yard and Filmworks. The location also allows a short walk to further stations such as North Ealing, Ealing common or Hanger lane.
From May 2022 the Station will 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.
You are in close proximity to Ealing Common and other local parks nearby are Walpole, Gunnersbury and Lammas. Walpole was the subject of a major renovation programme in 2015 and provides walks around the duck pond and expansive greenery. Gunnersbury is home to a former Rothschild summer house and its duck pond is a local favourite. Lammas provides plenty of sporting activities and stretches from just off St Mary's Rd over to Northfields.
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