- Chain free
- Ground floor flat
- Light and spacious accommodation
- Share of Freehold (Lease 976 years remaining)
- Two bedrooms
- Private balcony
- Communal gardens
- Close to excellent local schools
- Walking distance to Ealing Broadway
- **Please quote Anthony Coyle-Dowling - Keller WIlliams upon enquiry**
This beautifully decorated, spacious and chain-free two-bedroom flat is in the leafy West London suburb of Ealing, near great schools and a fantastic high street with a big selection of cafes, two pubs and a library. The ground floor property has wonderful wooden parquet floors, a balcony with a southerly aspect and is surrounded by attractive communal gardens, giving it a private, peaceful feel.
There is a large dining room/lounge and a big double bedroom, as well as a nice single bedroom which could also be used as a home office. There is a good-sized bathroom with shower and bath. The brand new kitchen is equipped with Bosch fan-assisted oven, extractor and hob, large fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine.
There are lots of useful storage cupboards in the hallway and all the windows are double-glazed. There is unrestricted parking on the road and a car park for residents. On the same road is a delightful park and a primary school rated as outstanding by Ofsted.
A short stroll away is Pitshanger Lane, which has been rated as the best shopping area in London in the Great British High Street of the Year awards. It is home to many independent retailers, including a fantastic deli and lots of coffee shops and restaurants.
Some really lovely parks surround the area, including a pretty tree-filled park on the same road as the property. There's also a tennis club nearby and a golf course.
The flat is 15 minutes walk - or just a few minutes bus ride - from Ealing Broadway station, where you can catch the Elizabeth, Central and District Lines.
Ealing Broadway is also a great shopping area with a fabulous independent cinema, a thriving arts centre and a theatre. There's also a glorious park and stately home built by famous architect Sir John Soane, which now houses a leading gallery hosting exhibitions by major artists.
Council tax band: D