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A well presented split level period conversion boasting a huge reception room, two double bedrooms and spacious high ceilings, sporting a wealth of period features. The flat is located just a stones throw from Ealing Broadway shopping centre and a two minute walk from Ealing Broadway station, serviced by the Central and District lines( Cross Rail 2018, that will offer often and fast connections between Paddington and Heathrow ). Not only are the transport links ideal but the property also has one private secure parking space and availability to apply for an extra one on the main road. For more information please call Rolfe East on 020 8567 2242.
L shaped, wood effect flooring, in cased radiator, large under stairs storage cupboard
Large sash window to rear aspect, wood effect flooring, fully fitted kitchen comprising of wall and base units, integrated oven with ceramic hob with extractor above, space and plumbing for slim dishwasher, space and plumbing for washer/dryer, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer taps, space and plumbing for American style fridge and freezer, space for breakfast bar with seatings for up to two people, double radiator, Victorian pantry
Three large sash windows to front aspect, two double radiators, picture rail, wood effect flooring, fireplace with wooden surround and granite hearth
Large sash window to rear aspect, picture rail, wood effect flooring, double radiator
Tiled floor with partly tiled walls, panelled bath with shower mixer taps, low level W.C., vanity mirror, storage, stainless steel heated towel rail, hidden storage
Stairs leading up to first floor landing are carpeted with wooden banister
Large double glazed window to rear aspect, wood effect flooring, double radiator, fitted wardrobe, hidden storage
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