Bailey Mews | Chiswick | W4
Mews house within a gated Chiswick Riverside development
1516 Sq' - 140 SqM
Potential to extend with planning permission granted
34' South facing garden
EPC rating C
Strand on the Green
About this property
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A modern, three bedroom house within a secluded, secure gated mews development near Strand on the Green and the river. The property benefits from a garage, off street parking and a 34' South facing garden. The property is arranged over three floors and has a total floor area of 1516 Sq' - 140 SqM
On the ground floor the large kitchen/breakfast room is to the rear of the property and opens out onto the garden which has a patio and artificial grass area. The kitchen itself has considerable storage and work top space with integrated appliances including a gas hob and double oven. The garage is to the front of the property and there is also a useful separate utility room and a downstairs toilet, there is also a storage cupboard near the front door and a handy external storage cupboard just outside the front door. On the first floor, the reception room is to the rear of the property and spans the width of the property, two large sash windows fill the room with light and there is a contemporary feature fireplace. The generous principle bedroom features shaker style built in wardrobes, French doors with Juliette balconies and a modern en-suite bathroom that has a large walk in shower. On the top floor there are two further bedrooms, the bedroom to the front is a sizeable double with an en-suite bathroom with bath, and a further bedroom which is currently used as a nursery. On the top floor of the property there is considerable storage in the available eave space.
Whilst the property is well proportioned, in good condition and ready to move in there is existing planning permission in place to extend on two floors, if desired. There is the possibility to extend to the rear on the ground floor to extend the living space and potentially reorganise how the rooms are used on the first floor to create further bedrooms. The top floor also offers potential to extend (rear dormer) or simply reconfigure the internal wall to optimise the available space.
The Grove Park area of Chiswick, particularly the residential areas close to the river enjoy a wonderful pace of life, slightly removed from the bustle of Chiswick High Road but serviced with excellent amenities, top schools and lots of places to eat whilst just a short stroll from the river. Bailey Mews is particularly well positioned as there are several convenient walking route cut throughs nearby that make Chiswick High Road just a short stroll away. Chiswick House and Gardens is also nearby and is incredibly popular with Chiswick residents and closer to the property, Strand on the Green recreation ground is just a short walk away. There are several transport connections within walking distance of the property; Chiswick mainline station is around 13 minutes away on foot and a pedestrian crossing over the railway line allows for a more direct route to reach Gunnersbury station within 15 minutes' walk.
Chiswick is hugely popular with families who move to the area for the exemplary schooling and due to its location the property is within the catchment for two popular state schools, both rated outstanding by Ofsted - Grove Park Primary School and Strand on the Green Infant and Nursery School. The Falcons pre-preparatory school for boys is also just a short walk away. The Chiswick riverside pubs are exceptionally popular, The City Barge is only a few minutes' walk from the property, as is popular Annie's. There are a selection of amenities to be found along Strand on the Green including a post office, newsagent, dry cleaners and coffee shop. Further amenities can be found on Fauconberg Road including a convenience store and towards the train station, a parade of shops on Grove Park Road includes a pharmacy.
Offered to the market with the potential of no chain.
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