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image  The Curve, 27-31 St. Marys Road, Ealing, W5


image ££700,000

# RES0020062C3

image 2 bedrooms
image 2 receptions
image 2 bathrooms
image For Sale (Leasehold)

Features

 Built in 2004
 Parking
 Excellent location
 Long lease

Property Description

An exceptional and beautifully presented large two double bedroom two bathroom apartment set within a landmark development. Conveniently located for Walpole and Lammas Parks, Ealing Broadway station ( Cross Rail 2018) South Ealing tube station (Piccadilly line) and ALL local amenities! The property benefits from two terrace/balconies, two bathrooms (one en-suite), a large open plan kitchen diner and reception as well as secure parking. For further information call Rolfe East on 020 8567 2242
 
ENTRANCE HALL
Wood effect flooring, entry phone system
 
RECEPTION/DINING ROOM
(Open plan kitchen)
Large window to front aspect, French doors leading to private balcony
Kitchen area, fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, stainless steel sink and drainer, tiled splash backs
 
BATHROOM
Tiled floor, partly tiled walls, wall mounted wash hand basin, large panelled bath, glass shower screen
 
BEDROOM ONE
Carpeted, large window to front aspect, French doors leading to private balcony/terrace, En-suite( low level W.C., wall mounted wash hand basin, large shower cubicle, designer radiator
 
BEDROOM TWO
Carpeted, large window to front aspect


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