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image  Queens Walk, Ealing, W5

image ££999,995

# RES002006AF0

image 4 bedrooms
image 2 receptions
image 1 bathroom
image Sold (Freehold)


 Many original features (including two cast iron fire places, plaster ceilings and cornices)
 Some updating required
 No onward chain
 Off street parking

Property Description

A superbly positioned  and rarely available, four bedroom semi-detached house, just a moments stroll from the heart of the award winning Pitshanger Village. The ground floor benefits from two reception rooms,  a separate dining area, a WC, a fully fitted kitchen, a garden with a private shed & plenty of storage. The first floor further benefits from four good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Pitshanger lane is a highly sought after road which is located in the popular "Pitshanger" area of Ealing, offering a "Village" like atmosphere with an array of shops and restaurants.
Local schools include North Ealing, Montpelier and St Gregory's as well as the highly regarded private schools St Benedict's and Notting Hill Girls School. For more information please call Rolfe East on 020 8567 2242.


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