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image  York Road, Acton, London, W3

image ££510,000

# RES0010068BF

image 2 bedrooms
image 2 receptions
image 1 bathroom
image Under Offer (Leasehold)


 Period conversion
 Private garden
 Walking distance to Cross rail
 Split level

Property Description

This beautiful period conversion maisonette is set in an attractive period building. The property is light and airy, all rooms are in generous proportions, including two double bedrooms, and it boasts fantastic storage throughout. Further benefits are a huge west facing private lawned garden at the rear along with a patio and is completely private. The large reception and dining room is fantastic for entertaining. The apartment is situated in a popular residential address and a moments walk from the forthcoming Cross rail Station at Acton Mainline Station and the A40 trunk road into Central London and Heathrow Airport. North Acton Underground (Central Line) is also walking distance. There are some great schools nearby and open green parks. INTERNAL INSPECTION HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.


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