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HUGE SCOPE FOR EXTENSION AND LOFT CONVERSION! (Subject to planning permission). REQUIRING MODERNISATION! HUGE PLOT! Situated in a superb residential address on the Goldsmith Estate in Acton W3, this is a rare opportunity to buy a substantial DETACHED house requiring complete renovation sitting in a very large plot with generous gardens at the front sides and rear of the property. The rear garden enjoys a south-easterly aspect. This property boasts huge scope to extend at the sides, rear and into the current loft void (subject to planning permission). Currently, it offers three generous bedrooms, two reception rooms, large reception hallway and landing and kitchen. The house is within walking distance of Acton Central Station (Overground) and Acton Mainline Station (planned 2018 Crossrail). Also, nearby is the open green space of Acton Park and the ever-trendy Churchfield Road with its selection of artisan bakeries, independent cafes and gastro-pubs. NO FURTHER CHAIN.
Paved pathway leads to storm porch, outside security lighting, glazed and panelled front door leads to
ENTRANCE RECEPTION HALL:
A generous entrance reception hall way enjoying elegant ceiling heights with period ceiling mouldings, laded light window to the front, radiator, traditional staircases rises to the first floor, door to under stairs cupboard space.
Oak panelled doors lead off the entrance reception hall to
RECEPTION ROOM ONE: 13’ x 15’9 into bay
A generous reception room with moulded ceiling coving, moulded picture rail, bay window to the front, radiator, tiled fire place with traditional timber fire surround.
RECEPTION ROOM TWO: 16’8 x 11’9
Moulded ceiling coving, moulded picture rail, radiator, glazed double French doors and side light lead to the rear garden, gas fire with traditional timber fire surround.
KITCHEN: 13’5 x 9’
A dual aspect room with window to the rear and window to the side, glazed and panelled door leads to the rear garden, a range of fitted kitchen units comprising roll edge laminated work surface, tiled surrounds, stainless steel sink bowl and double draining unit, a range of drawers and cupboards under, space and point for gas oven, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for upright fridge freezer, a range of matching wall mounted cupboards, wall mounted gas fired combination boiler providing domestic hot water and radiator central heating, radiator, door leads to under stairs larder cupboard, original timber fitted dressing unit.
Staircases rise for the entrance reception hall to
FIRST FLOOR LANDING:
Stairwell window to the side, hatch to loft space providing ample scope for further extension/conversion, subject to planning permission, door leads to landing cupboard space.
Panelled doors lead off the first floor landing to
BEDROOM ONE: 18’8 into bay x 12’
Moulded picture rail, bay window to the front, radiator, tiled fire place with traditional timber fire surround.
BEDROOM TWO: 14’10 x 12’
Moulded picture rail, exposed pine floor boards, fitted cupboards space, radiator, wall mounted wash basin, tiled splash back, window to the rear with present views overlooking the rear garden.
BEDROOM THREE: 10’10 x 8’2
A small double bedroom with moulded picture rail, radiator, fitted cupboard space, window to the front.
A traditional fitted white suite comprising panelled enamel bath with shower tap arrangement over, tiled surrounds, pedestal wash basin, tiled surrounds, window to the rear, wall mounted electric heater, panelled doors lead to airing cupboard space, radiator.
Door from the first floor landing leads to separate WC:
High level flashing WC, window to the side.
At the front of the property there is a substantial lawned front garden, paved pathway leads to the front door, storm porch and infra-red security lighting, a variety of well stocked flower beds and borders including some mature plants. The front garden is enclosed by brick walling and iron gates, double iron gate give access to driveway parking area providing off road parking for several vehicles leading to attached single garage. Garage measures 8’9 x 15’11.
Please note this side area currently occupied by the single garage offers huge potential for side extension to the existing property (subject to necessary planning permission), side pathway and side gate give access to side garden, a useful side return storage area laid to concrete and shingle, outside tap.
Rear garden of this property is a particularly selling feature enjoying dimensions of length over 70’ x 70'. This is a very wide lawned rear garden enjoying a selection of mature trees, plant and shrubs, various flower beds and borders. There is raised patio area.
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