Situated in a superb location just 0.2 miles away from South Ealing station is this unique Edwardian Corner house with landmark turret and stunning rear garden.
Offering well-planned accommodation and boasting many charming features including a corner turret is this beautiful and unique Edwardian property ideally located for accessing South Ealing station, local schools and Llamas Park.
Presented in immaculate order throughout with many original features including charming fireplaces to the principle reception room and the majority of the bedrooms. There is also the potential to further extend the ground floor if required, subject to the usual consents.
The accommodation in brief comprises: Reception hall, guest cloakroom, a stunning living room with feature corner turret and open fire with marble surround. There is also a dining room with doors providing access to the rear garden, as well as a further interconnecting reception room/library with extensive fitted bookshelves and leading to the tastefully fitted breakfast kitchen also providing direct access to the rear garden. To the first floor there is a beautiful master bedroom with corner turret, fitted wardrobe, mounted wash hand basin and en suite shower room. There are also three further bedrooms to this floor as well as a family bathroom with separate shower. The second floor features a converted loft room with excellent eaves storage and balcony overlooking the rear garden.
The property occupies an enviable corner plot position and the main entrance is approached via a private walkway from the side. To the rear of the property there is a delightful and enclosed garden boasting well stocked flowerbeds oozing with seasonal colours, and providing a stunning alfresco entertaining area. There is also the potential to create an off-street parking area to the front or rear garden, if required.
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A genuinely beautiful characterful property ideal for families or those requiring excellent entertaining space with guest accommodation.Mark Hustwit