Fabulous double fronted detached house with a substantial garden
Eaton Rise is a popular and well known road that runs north-south between Ealing Broadway and Mount Avenue. It is well located for access to the shops, dining and entertainment options at Ealing Broadway plus being conveniently located for a number of open spaces including Haven Green, Montpelier and Walpole Parks. Ealing Broadway station (District & Central line Underground, Heathrow Connect, Mainline to London Paddington and the west and Crossrail; the latter is expected to be operative during 2018/19) is located just 0.4 mile away on a walking route via Haven Green.
Eaton Rise is also a particularly good location for access to several noteworthy schools including Harvington and Durston House prep schools, Montpelier Primary School, St Benedicts and Notting Hill & Ealing girls school.
An elegant and classical double fronted link-detached house, close to Ealing Broadway, with lateral accommodation arranged over three floors and featuring a large garden, garage and off-street parking. The property retains many period character detailing and striking design features including bespoke woodwork, window shutters, original cornicing and ceiling roses and reclaimed French cast iron radiators. The kitchen and family room is located on the lower ground floor and features a Lacanche' range cooker. This room, with ample space for a dining table, has underfloor heating, a separate utility room / cloakroom and pantry/storage room. Leading on from the kitchen is the large conservatory extension; a wonderfully wide garden room with underfloor heating and with doors that open out to the terrace and garden.
The ground floor is devoted to living space and there is the option of two or three separate rooms, depending on preference of configuration. The main reception room enjoys the full depth of the ground floor with large floor to ceiling windows and French doors leading out to the terrace and garden, with a coal effect open gas fire. The other reception rooms are currently used as one split-level room with access from the hallway on both levels.
The first floor provides four double bedrooms; the master bedroom has an en-suite shower room and custom made built in floor to ceiling wardrobes across one wall. Two of the other bedrooms also feature built-in furniture/storage and there is a family bathroom at the back of the landing.
Outside, the garden faces east and enjoys the significant width of the plot and a projection of over 80'. Due to the large size of the adjoining gardens on Mount Park Crescent and mature bordering trees, the garden is not overlooked from the rear. There is a paved terrace area close to the house that can be accessed also from the main reception room. The garage can also be accessed via a rear door from the garden.
The front area of the property is mainly paved with the provision of off street parking in front of the garage.
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Ealing ticks all the boxes for families who are searching for the advantages of London living with countryside charm - solid, detached Victorian and Edwardian houses with generous size gardens, excellent transport links, a wide choice of schools, excellent parks and bistros overlooking Ealing Green and historic Pitshanger Manor for an evening out.
Ealing is a district in west London, located in the London Borough of Ealing. It is situated located 7.9 miles (12.7 km) west of Charing Cross and circa 12 miles (19.3 km) from the City of London. The area is sometimes referred to as the "Queen of the Suburbs". It is twinned with Marcq-en-Baroeul in France, and Kreis Steinfurt in Germany. Historically, it was a rural village in the county of Middlesex and formed an ancient parish. The most important changes to Ealing occurred in the 19th century. The building of the Great Western Railway in the 1830s, part of which passed through the centre of Ealing, led to the opening of a railway station on the Broadway in 1879, originally called Haven Green. As part of the growth of London in the 20th century, Ealing significantly expanded and increased in population, becoming a municipal borough in 1901 and has formed part of Greater London since 1965.
Ealing is possibly most famous for being home to Ealing Studios. It is the oldest continuously working film studio in the world. The Ealing Comedies of the 1950s are considered a high point of British cinema. Ealing Studios has since accommodated high profile films including Notting Hill, Star Wars Episode 2, Sean Of The Dead and Bridget Jones 2.
It was during the Victorian period that Ealing became a town. This meant that roads had to be built, drainage provided, and schools and public buildings erected. The man responsible for much of all this was Charles Jones, Borough Surveyor; he planted the horse chestnut trees on Ealing Common and designed the Town Hall, both the present one and the older structure which is now a bank (on the Mall). There are 1,900 acres of green spaces in the Borough of Ealing with more than 100 parks and open spaces. In particular Ealing's finest open green spaces are Ealing Common, Walpole, Lammas and Gunnersbury Park.
Ealing Common provides wide open green spaces, often hosting the popular travelling fairs and circuses. Walpole Park, behind Sir John Soane's house at Pitshanger Manor, plays host to many summer events in including an annual jazz festival and various other musical events and entertainment. There are several other large parks including Gunnersbury Park, ideal for long walks, and the setting for many summer sporting tournaments. Lammas Park features enchanting gardens and is ideal for a picnic. Ealing can offer the choice of two golf courses, Ealing Golf Course and Hanger Hill Golf Course. Annual festivals are held on the parks including fireworks evenings, Comedy in the Park, Opera in the Park, Ealing Blues, the Global Festival, the Beer Festival and Ealing Jazz Festivals
Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones famously first met Brian Jones in 1962 at the Ealing Jazz Club, opposite Ealing Broadway station. Other artists who performed at the club include Rod Stewart and Manfred Mann. The Jazz Club is now a nightclub called The Red Room. The Who also met their drummer Keith Moon at the railway pub in Greenford.
Ealing Broadway is a large indoor shopping centre offering a wide variety of high street stores, boutiques and a supermarket situated in the centre of the area with other excellent boutiques and shops located off Ealing Green and Haven Green. The overall area has been subject to much regeneration including Dickens Yard (698 high-quality apartments) right in the heart of Ealing with traffic-free streets lined with boutique shops and cafes.
Ealing offers excellent transport links with the main station at Ealing Broadway providing Central, District & overground lines with regular trains into London Paddington. Ealing Common hosts the District & Piccadilly lines.
Cross rail, the new high speed cross London rail link is creating five new stations in the borough of Ealing. Southall, Hanwell, West Ealing, Ealing Broadway and Acton Main Line Crossrail stations will improve the transport connections. Direct connections between Ealing Broadway and Heathrow Airport will be circa 15 minutes, and Ealing Broadway to the City will be circa 20 minutes. Services will commence 2018. Eurostar services at Stratford will be easily accessible in less than half an hour.
Nursery schools in Ealing include:
Durston House Junior School
Happy Child Montessori
Primary schools include:
Clifton Lodge School
Durston House School
Christ the Saviour Church of England Primary School
La Chouette School
Notting Hill and Ealing School
Falcons for Girls
Secondary schools include:
Ealing Independent College
Clifton Lodge School
St. Benedicts School
Notting Hill and Ealing School
Twyford Church of England School
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