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This three bedroom terraced house is situated just off of Pitshanger Lane and requires modernisation. The property, which is offered to the market with full vacant possession, has many period features including fireplaces. Pitshanger Village is close to shops, restaurants, parks and North Ealing, St Gregory's and Montpelier primary schools. There is scope to extend to the rear and into the loft (subject to planning permission).
Window to front aspect, original cornice to ceiling, carpeted, under-stairs storage cupboard, radiator.
Large boxed bay with double glazed windows to front aspect, original cornice and ceiling moulding, period fireplace with tiled hearth and surround, carpeted, double radiator.
A window and door leading out to rear garden, original cornice to ceiling, carpeted, radiator.
Double glazed window to rear aspect, Heron Bone style flooring, fitted kitchen comprising of range of wall and base units, space and plumbing for washing machine, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer taps, space for fridge freezer, integrated oven with four-ring electric hob with extractor fan.
Dual aspect windows to side and door to the rear, wood effect flooring, double radiator.
Stairs leading up to the first-floor landing are carpeted with wooden balustrade rail.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Carpeted, loft access.
Large boxed double glazed bay window to front aspect, original cornice to ceiling, period fireplace, carpeted, radiator.
Large double glazed window to rear aspect, period fireplace, carpeted, radiator.
Large double glazed window to front aspect, carpeted, radiator.
Frosted window to rear aspect, tiled floor with partly tiled walls, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled
bath with shower mixer taps, glass shower screen, low level WC, extractor, radiator.
Approximately 50 ft, paved, with mature borders.
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