This light and bright first floor flat is in a period conversion with high ceilings, a lovely big bay window and a large communal garden. The property is offered for sale with a 150-year lease and no onward chain.
Providing ample space for a professional couple, the neutral, stylish décor throughout means you can feel at home immediately in a convenient spot - it's central to everything Ealing has to offer but far enough away so you can enjoy some peace and quiet.
The property is set within one of the grand period buildings on Grange Park, a popular a tree-lined residential road. It has a number of original Victorian features, with the high ceilings giving each room a feeling of openness and space. The bay window at the front floods the room with light and gives you idyllic views directly onto the green.
Ealing Broadway and Dickens Yard are in very close proximity, with the Filmworks scheme that is planned to bring 8 cinema screens and another new lifestyle piazza to the centre of Ealing, you will be in a key location to enjoy all of Ealing has to offer.
You are a two minute walk from Ealing Common. Nearby are both Walpole Park, one of Ealing's most renowned green spaces (home to Pitshanger Manor House and Gallery & usually at the forefront of the Ealing summer festival season) and Lammas Park. Gunnersbury Park is also less than a 15 min walk away.
For commuting into the City, you are exceptionally close to Ealing Broadway, a 'Crossrail' appointed station. This provides step-free access via Central, District & the new (air-conditioned) Elizabeth line to the centre of London in addition to Paddington along with Heathrow. According to Transport for London, journey times from the station to Bond St are approx. 11 mins. Ealing Common station, at a similar distance across The Common, provides access to the Piccadilly line.
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