Semi-detached Victorian Villa
1685 Sq' - 156 SqM
Arranged over three natural floors
96' landscaped garden
EPC rating D
Availability: Sale Agreed
About this property
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A immaculately presented, spacious and versatile three/four bedroom semi-detached house located on a tree-lined no through road. Set back from the road, the property is accessed via a pristine front garden, which has a lawn area and York stone paving, there is also securely gated side access to the rear garden from the front garden. The house itself can be entered via entrances on the Raised Ground Floor or Lower Ground Floor.
On the Lower Ground Floor, the entrance hall has several storage cupboards, a door leads through to the bright open plan living space, which is currently arranged with defined areas for the Kitchen, Dining and a Reception area. The living space has wooden flooring and is incredibly well-lit from the large sash window to the front of the property and to the rear there are large glass folding doors and a considerable sky light. The modern kitchen, by Andrew Martin, has been carefully designed to make the most of the space and boasts ample storage and work top space. A wrap around design separates the kitchen from the rest of the space whilst it is still open, ideal for entertaining or family life. There are two Kohler sinks and several integrated quality appliances. There is considerable storage found under the stairs and a modern wet room that features a large walk in shower, floating vanity unit and heated towel rail. Large glass doors lead out onto the decked area which is ideal for al fresco dining. Amphitheatre steps lead up onto the lawn which is bordered by beautiful mature planting and has a treelined with polished black pebbles path to one side. There is a 'sun trap' patio at the end of the lawn and behind an ivy wall there is a useful storage shed, greenhouse and small vegetable garden.
The house can also be accessed on the Raised Ground Floor, with York stone steps leading up to the large, grand front door. Doors lead onto the dual aspect Reception Room and Dining Room which have been opened to create one light and spacious area. The beautiful wooden flooring continues throughout. In the Dining area there is built in shelving. To the rear of the raised ground floor is a bedroom that is currently in use as an at-home gym. On the top floor there are two generous double bedrooms and a third smaller bedroom which is in use as a home office. Each of the bedrooms has built in wardrobes and a large sash window, meaning each room is filled with light and has ample storage. There is a large bathroom to the front of the property which features a bath with overhead shower and heated towel rail.
Located at the western end of Chiswick High Road, the property is 0.2 miles, just a few minutes' walk, from Gunnersbury Tube Station which is on both the London Underground and London Overground.
For road connections the property is conveniently positioned near to the A4 main road, the M4 and wider motorway network is easily accessible; Heathrow Airport is around 20 minutes' drive away.
There is a small parade of shops a few minutes' walk from the house, including a café and newsagent. At the western end of the High Road there are several popular places to eat including popular The Italians a deli and café. Not only is the property ideally located for access to the many amenities on and around Chiswick High Road but Strand on the Green and the river are just a short walk away.
As a place to live Chiswick works perfectly for family life, there are several top schools, an abundance of green spaces and a strong community. Several excellent schools are within walking distance of the house including the Ofsted Outstanding rated Strand-on-the-Green Infant and Nursery School. Independent Schools Kew House, Heathfield House School and The Falcons Pre Preparatory School for Boys are all within under half a mile of the property. The International School of London is 0.35 miles away.
Offered to the market for the first time in 21 years.
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