Savills | Poplar Grove, London, W6 7RF | Property for sale
330.64 sq m(3,559 sq ft)
Guide price £3,850,000(€4,565,623)

Poplar GroveLondon, W6 7RF

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in August 2022
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 2 studies
  • 5 bathrooms
  • South facing garden
  • 3,559 sq ft

A fabulous and beautifully presented five bedroom and two study Victorian terraced house with a lovely south facing garden.

About this property

  • A fabulous and beautifully presented five bedroom Victorian terraced house with two studies offering exquisite living space over two floors with a south-facing garden.

    The ground floor has a particularly impressive double reception room, the second used as a dining room, with a large bay window plus high ceilings and elegant mouldings. This leads onto the truly stunning bespoke kitchen with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances which has Crittall doors leading out to the private south-facing garden.

    The lower ground has been meticulously designed and excavated, it offers nearly 3.5 meter ceiling height and feels like a natural extension of the house. A superb family room is bathed in light from sky lights which also gives direct access back into the garden. To the front there is a sophisticated study, a shower room, sizeable utility room and a luxury wine cellar.

    The luxury principal bedroom boasts wonderful proportions with a bay-window to the front, ample storage and a large en-suite bathroom. A study and fitted cloakroom are also on the first floor.

    The upper two floors comprise four further bedrooms and two bathrooms, there is also scope to extend further to increase square footage. Approval is subject to planning permission but precedent has been set along this stretch of Poplar Grove.

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A beautiful six bedroom family home presented to the highest of standards on a quiet residential road.

Dominic BarryProperty agent

Local information

  • Poplar Grove is situated in a quiet tree lined residential street in the Melrose conservation area. The location is popular bordering Kensington and provides excellent schools including St Paul's Girls' & Boys schools, Ecole Francaise de Londres Jacques Prevert and Godolphin & Latymer. There are six underground stations and two railway stations plus easy access to the A4 taking you straight to central London or out the countryside. An excellent variety of local shops, cafes, delicatessens and restaurants can be found plus Westfield shopping centre.

Additional information

  • Enclosed by the hustle and bustle of Shepherd's Bush and Hammersmith, Brook Green is west London's best kept secret with an affluent and leafy vibe and a strong sense of community.
  • This is why the area attracts a wide spectrum of residents, from young families attracted by the great schools, to young professionals attracted by the gastro pubs and wine bars.
  • Brook Green was comprehensively developed in the late 19th century, but the architecture mainly dates from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and consists of Victorian and Edwardian terraces, mansion blocks and charming cottages.
  • Houses on Brook Green are very sought after with a mix of large Victorian and Georgian terrace houses and family homes. In addition, there are two main mansion blocks on the green: Queens mansions and Phoenix Lodge mansions, both of which have a great mix of apartments with the character and charm that a historical building has to offer.
  • All the roads heading west of the Shepherd's Bush Road also offer good sized Victorian town houses. Around Blythe Road are smaller but charming cottages, with a mix of some larger Victorian town houses heading towards Sinclair Road and Shepherds Bush. Sinclair Road offers a large range of apartments and makes great buy-to-lets, and first time buys.
  • Hammersmith Grove is a beautiful tree-lined street which offers a mix of wonderful and impressive Victorian villa style houses, and large converted apartments.
  • For smaller first-time family homes, try Brackenbury Village, which runs from Hammersmith Grove to Ravenscourt Park, providing charming cottages and family homes. Along Hammersmith Riverside there are splendid properties with amazing views towards Barnes.
  • Brook Green itself is a major focal point for residents especially those with children. The newly refurbished and re-designed £200,000 playground was made possible by fund raising through events such as Brook Green Day - which Savills is supporting this Summer - a great day for all the family which highlights the community spirit within the area.
  • Brook Green, Hammersmith and the surrounding areas are not short of bars and pubs, but the Havelock Tavern has to top the list, and is favoured by the locals for its great food and atmosphere - even winning the London Pub Award in 2011.
  • Venture off the beaten track to Blythe Road for wonderful homemade Italian food at Pentolina, or for a great steak visit the Popeseye.
  • All this and you are still only a short walk from the Westfield shopping centre and all it has to offer.
  • Brook Green does not have its own underground station which has helped keep it such a great secret, but with six tube stations and two railway stations within a short walking distance, it is still ideal for commuting.
  • Both Hammersmith and Kensington Olympia, are served by the District line, with Hammersmith also having access to the Piccadilly line as well as the Hammersmith and City lines and Circle Line. Also just a short walk away is the Central Line at Shepherd's Bush. Olympia and Shepherd's Bush Stations provide trains to Clapham Junction with a journey time of about 15 minutes.
  • The A4, which runs through Hammersmith, becomes the M4 immediately to the west of the town, providing fast access to Heathrow (around 15 minutes away) and out to the West Country. In the other direction it also provides a quick route into central London towards Harrods and the West End.
  • Brook Green is well situated for some of London's best schools.
  • For primary schools, Larmenier & Sacred Heart Primary and Addison Primary both are very popular due to good Ofsted results.
  • For private schooling, there is Bute House Prep for Girls and St Paul's School for Girls. The Ecole Francaise de Londres Jacques Prevert is also in Brook Green, which caters for children of primary school age, and makes Brook Green extremely popular with French expatriates.
  • Just over Hammersmith Bridge is the Independent Harrodian school which caters for both boys and girls aged 4 to 18, and the St Paul's Independent school for boys aged 13 to 18
  • EPC Rating = D
  • Tenure = Freehold