End of terrace Victorian house
Four bedrooms - Three bathrooms
1906 Sq' - 177.11 SqM
Superbly presented family home
EPC rating C
About this property
This very spacious end-of-terrace corner plot Victorian family house, circa 1906 Sq’ – 177.11 SqM, enjoys versatile family living space over three floors and enjoys a private walled wraparound garden, off-street parking and a stand-alone detached home office with a kitchenette and bathroom.
The home is ideally positioned on this quiet residential road in North Askew Village close to all transport and recreational amenities of Askew Road, The Vale, Turnham Green, and Westfield shopping difference.
Comprises a light and airy entrance hallway, a twin square bay 19’2 reception room, utility room, guest wc and a wonderful 24’10 x 20’2 fully fitted kitchen open plan family room with doors opening to the garden. On the first floor there are three bedrooms. On the top floor there is a further double bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and en suite and a small study space. No chain.
Council Tax: LBE Band F
Askew Village has become one of the most desirable parts of W12 in which to live, with several boutiques and independent shops lining Askew Road, together with popular pubs and eateries.
Amongst the many places to eat and shop are Lavelli, Ginger Pig, October 26 and Askew Wine, and boutiques on Askew Road including the wonderful J W Beeton. For broader shopping, dining and entertainment options, Westfield is just over 20 minutes on foot or a short drive or bus ride. Leith’s School of Food and Wine is on Wendell Road and Kite Studios Art School is found on Bassein Park Road.
Tennis enthusiasts will enjoy the close proximity to the much-loved Hartswood Tennis Club, and David Lloyd Health Club and The Hogarth Health Club are also found within a 20-minute walk.
The vast expanse of Ravenscourt Park is at the southern tip of Askew Village, with several children’s playgrounds, a duck pond and tennis courts.
Ravenscourt Park and Stamford Brook (District line) and Goldhawk Road (Circle and Hammersmith & City lines) are within walking distance of homes in Askew Village. There are excellent bus routes running nearby with stops along Askew Road, Uxbridge Road and Goldhawk Road for travel in to and out of the City.