Arranged over three levels and with excellent order throughout, this four bedroom period family home showcases a wealth of original features, generous living spaces and a sunny and secluded rear garden.
- Terraced Period House
- Four Bedrooms
- Large Kitchen / Diner
- Two Bathrooms
- Utility Room and WC
- Built-in and Eaves Storage
- Loft Converted into a Master Suite
- High Ceilings, Original Fireplaces and Cornicing
- Secluded and Private Rear Garden
- Excellent Order Throughout
The ground floor comprises of a spacious entrance hallway with smart storage, and leads onto a bright and airy reception room to the front of the property. Further in, there is an expansive open plan kitchen / diner, which benefits from a large skylight allowing plenty of natural light in. The kitchen is modern and has plenty of work space and built-in storage. The double doors lead onto a private patio garden which feels secluded and not overlooked by others. Additionally, there is a utility room and a downstairs WC.
Upstairs on the first floor, there are two generous double bedrooms with built-in storage, a third smaller single bedroom, currently arranged as a study, and a family bathroom. The second floor houses the flood-lit master suite with a four-piece bathroom and plenty of storage space in the eaves.
York Road is a pretty and quaint terrace of Edwardian red brick houses, positioned conveniently for the amenities of Northfield High Street and a short walk from Northfields tube (Piccadilly Line). The property is surrounded by a good selection of local primary and secondary schools (Little Ealing, Mount Carmel and Ealing Fields) and is a stone’s throw from the greenery at Lammas and Walpole parks.