End of Terrace townhouse
Private garden and roof terrace
1800 Sq’ – 169 SqM
EPC rating D
Four bedrooms - Two bathrooms
About this property
This superbly presented end of terrace period townhouse, circa 1800 Sq’ – 169 SqM, is located within the Ealing Green Conservation Area moments away from all the transport and recreational amenities of Ealing Green and Ealing Broadway.
The property enjoys a turnkey presentation arranged across three floors, welcomed with a stylish fully integrated kitchen and dining room, a spacious double reception and a guest WC with direct access to a mature 36’ x 14’ private garden.
On the upper floors, there are four double bedrooms, two bathrooms, bespoke fitted wardrobes and a sunny private roof terrace accessed via the first floor.
Council Tax: LBE Band G
Ealing Green is known for its leafy residential streets, charming village lifestyle and abundance of green spaces, including Walpole Park, a beautifully landscaped park, home to the historic Sir John Soane designed Pitzhanger Manor, now a contemporary art gallery known as Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery which is open to the public.
Local neighbourhood shops include The Ealing Grocers for everyday provisions and Pulp Cafe, a local bakery, wine shop and cafe. Ealing Broadway is also a short walk away, home to a vast range of shops, cafes, and restaurants, alongside a library, gym and cinema.
Ealing Green has excellent public transport links, including Ealing Broadway (Central, District Line and Elizabeth Line) and South Ealing (Piccadilly Line), alongside several bus routes for local and further afield travel. For those travelling by car, the M4 and M25 are a short distance away.
There is a wide selection of private and state schools close by, including Christ the Saviour Primary School, Durston House, St Benedict’s School, Ealing Fields and Nottinghill and Ealing High School.