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image  Berrymead Gardens, Acton, London, W3


image ££830,000

# RES0010051C3

image 3 bedrooms
image 2 receptions
image 2 bathrooms
image Sold (Freehold)

Features

 PERIOD HOUSE REQUIRING RENOVATION/RESTORATION
 THREE BEDROOMS/TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
 SCOPE FOR EXTENSION (STPP)
 GENEROUS REAR GARDEN

Property Description

REQUIRING MODERNISATION AND RESTORATION! EDWARDIAN THREE BEDROOM HOUSE! ELEGANT CEILING HEIGHTS! A WEALTH OF CHARACTER FEATURES! GENEROUS GARDEN! SCOPE FOR EXTENSION AND LOFT CONVERSION (subject to planning permission). This attractive, terraced period house is situated in a sought-after road of similar properties close to the heart of Acton and not far from the Chiswick W4 border. The spacious accommodation comprises entrance reception hall, two separate reception rooms, kitchen breakfast room, downstairs shower room and WC. On the first floor there is a split level landing, three generous double bedrooms and bathroom. The property has great scope for further extension and loft conversion (subject to gaining the necessary planning permission). There is a generous, private, east facing garden at the rear. The ever-trendy Churchfield Road with a nice selection of artisan bakeries, independent cafes and gastro-pubs is nearby. The property is within the catchment area of some fantastic schooling options. It enjoys good access to South Acton station (Overground), Acton Central Station (Overground), Acton Town tube station (District and Picaddily lines) and the planned 2018 Crossrail link at Acton Mainline station. NO FURTHER CHAIN. BE QUICK!
 
Quarry tiled period pathway leads to storm porch, double glazed front door leads to

ENTRANCE RECEPTON HALL:
Elegant period ceiling heights, period ceiling mouldings, radiator, door to large under stairs storage cupboard space with electric light connected. Staircase and period balustrading rises to the first floor. Telephone point. Doors lead off the entrance reception hall to

RECEPTION ONE: 14’ max x 11’7
Elegant period ceiling heights with period ceiling mouldings, full height bay window to the front with two double glazed windows enjoying a westerly aspect and the evening sun, radiator, telephone point, gas fire with brick surrounds, TV point, fitted fireside recess shelving.

RECEPTION ROOM TWO: 10’11 x 10’8 max
Period ceiling heights, large double glazed window to the rear, open fireplace with tiled hearth and surrounds.

KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM: 14’3 x 9’3
A range of cream coloured shaker-style kitchen units comprising butchers-block effect roll edge laminated work surface, inset stainless steel one-and-a-half sink bowl and drainage unit, mixer tap over, inset stainless steel gas hob with stainless steel splash backs, inset eye-level electric stainless steel built-in oven with microwave above, a range of drawers and cupboards under, space and plumbing for dishwasher, space for upright fridge-freezer, a range of matching wall mounted cupboards, wall mounted stainless steel cooker hood extractor fan, radiator, window to the side, glazed door to the side leading to the rear garden.

Door from the kitchen breakfast room leads to

UTILITY ROOM / SHOWER ROOM: 8’9 x 4’6
Inset shower cubicle with wall mounted mains shower over, wall mounted wash basin, tiled surrounds, space and plumbing for washing machine, radiator, wall mounted gas fired combination boiler providing domestic hot water and radiator central heating, window to the rear.

Door leads to

DOWNSTAIRS WC:
Low level WC, tiled walls, window to the side.

Period staircase with turned balustrading rises from the entrance reception hall to the

FIRST FLOOR LANDING:
A feature period split-level landing area enjoying period turned balustrading and elegant ceiling heights, hatch to loft space, loft area provides ample scope for further loft conversion (subject to gaining the necessary planning permission).
Period panelled doors lead off the first floor landing to

BEDROOM ONE: 14’1 plus cupboards recess x 13’11
Full height period bay window to the front with two double glazed windows enjoying a westerly aspect and the evening sun, second double glazed window to the front, radiator. An extensive range of fitted wardrobe cupboards with cupboards above, fitted dressing table with drawers under.

BEDROOM TWO: 11’9 x 10’ max
An another double bedroom enjoying elegant period ceiling heights, double glazed window to the rear overlooking the rear garden and enjoying an easterly aspect and the evening sun, radiator, double doors lead to built-in wardrobe cupboard space.

BEDROOM THREE: 9’4 x 10’4
Double glazed window to the rear overlooking the rear garden enjoying a easterly aspect and the morning sun, radiator, a range of fitted wardrobe cupboards with cupboards above, fitted dressing table with drawers under.

FAMILY BATHROOM:
A fitted white suite comprising low level WC, panelled bath with mixer mains shower over, shower rail, tiled surrounds, pedestal wash basin, radiator, double glazed window to the side.

OUTSIDE:
At the front of the property is a small garden enclosed by box hedging and brick walling, laid to flower bed, quarry tiled pathway leads to the front door.

At the rear of the property is an enclosed east-facing rear garden measuring approximately 43’ in length maximum by 18’ width. The rear garden is laid mainly to paving and is enclosed by timber panelled fencing. There are variety flowers beds and borders with selection of mature plants and shrubs, outside tap. There is a side return storage area providing ample scope for further extension (subject to gaining the necessary planning permission).


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