Bay fronted Victorian terraced house
1164 Sq' - 108 SqM
South facing landscaped garden
EPC rating D
Bedford Park borders
About this property
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A beautiful, light and spacious 3 bedroom house located on a quiet, tree-lined road in the sought after Bedford Park borders residential area of Chiswick. The house has been renovated to exacting standards throughout with quality fittings and careful thought put into extended spaces and any reconfiguration to ensure rooms are well-proportioned and bright.
The property benefits from a small front garden that is particularly useful should you have a push bike or two. On the ground floor, the living room is to the front of the property and is well lit by the bay window. Whilst spacious, the Reception Room is also cosy and has a working wood burner and beautiful wooden flooring. Sliding doors close the room off from the hallway. A door leads from the Reception Room through to the open plan Kitchen and Dining Room which is flooded with light from the sky light windows and bifolding doors. The kitchen has been finished with wooden worktops and includes several integrated appliances such as the gas hob and cooker. There is built in storage underneath the stairs, space for the large fridge freezer and additional built in storage has been created in the wall facing the dining area.
The south facing patio garden has raised built planting borders filled with established plants and enjoys a private position, the rear of the property does not feel overlooked.
On the first floor are two bedrooms and a large bathroom. The larger bedroom is to the front of the house and has two large sash windows, considerably built in wardrobes and a beautiful original fireplace. The modern bathroom is positioned in the middle of the floor and has a bath with overhead shower and heated towel rail and has been finished with white brick style tiles and marble floor tiles. The bedroom to the rear of the property is currently used as a guest bedroom with a sofa bed but would also make a perfect home office.
The top floor comprises of a large double bedroom with ensuite bathroom, French doors with a Juliet balcony fill the room with light and there is generous built in storage and wardrobe space running down one side of the room. The ensuite bathroom has three sky light windows, a free standing bath and a separate shower. There is additional storage space in the remaining eaves.
Somerset Road is an idyllic quiet residential road that offers residents easy access to Chiswick's many amenities and numerous transport connections.
Chiswick Park and Turnham Green Underground stations are both within walking distance, as is South Acton station for Overground services. Several bus routes run nearby including the 94 service which will take you into Central London.
It takes around 10 minutes to walk to Chiswick High Road for access to the many shops, restaurants and cafes that Chiswick is known for. The independent stores and boutiques on Turnham Green Terrace and Devonshire Road are also within easy walking distance.
Close to the property is a useful parade of shops on Acton Lane that includes a pharmacy and convenience store, there are also several popular public houses within walking distance including The Swan which is particularly well known for its garden and the great food they serve.
Southfield Playing Fields is just around the corner from Somerset Road, where there are tennis and basketball courts, football fields, a woodland area, children's playground and outdoor gym equipment.
Chiswick is incredibly popular with families as a place to put down roots and call home. There are an abundance of green spaces to enjoy, a vibrant community and a choice of excellent schools.
Offered to the market with no chain.
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