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This charming Edwardian semi-detached family home is situated in a quiet and convenient location just a short walk to the open space of Ealing Common and the tube station( district and Piccadilly lines). Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre and transport links are also close by. The spacious and flexible accommodation is full of original and attractive period features and includes five bedrooms, two bathrooms, cloakroom and conservatory. This property benefits from a 100 ft. South facing garden with lawn, patio, well stocked borders, full off plants and flowers which are currently in full bloom. For more information please call Role East on 0208 567 2242.
Double door to HALLWAY
Original tiled floor, coved ceiling, picture rail, dado rail, radiator with cover
Period fireplace, coved ceiling, picture rail, dado rail, two radiators, wood panel flooring, double glazed window
Fireplace, coved ceiling, , picture rail, dado rail, wood panel flooring, French doors to conservatory
Low level W.C., wash hand basin
Fully fitted kitchen comprising of full range of wall and base units, gas hob, extractor, built in fridge and freezer stainless steel sink, tiled floor, radiator,
RECEPTION THREE/ BREAKFAST ROOM
French doors leading out to rear garden
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Cupboard, housing hot water tank
Double glazed windows, coved ceiling, picture rail, radiator
Double glazed window, coved ceiling, radiator, shower cubicle
Double glazed window, coved ceiling, picture rail, radiator
Currently used as a utility room, plumbing for washing machine, enamel sink unit, radiator, double glazed window
Panelled bath with shower over bath, W.C., wash hand unit
Double glazed window, period Velux window, En Suite shower room, shower cubicle, wash hand basin, W.C., Velux window
Beautiful 100 ft. South facing garden with lawn, patio, many flowering shrubs and trees including a cherry tree, garden shed and Wendy house.
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