Are you a bookworm looking for a cosy corner in West London this Autumn? Grab your hot chocolates and fluffiest socks, because we’ve got a local bookshop to put on your must visit list, and some Pitshanger properties we think will be perfect for all of your page turning adventures.
Pitshanger Book Shop
The Pitshanger Bookshop is a gorgeous independent shop in Pitshanger Lane. It’s incredibly popular with locals, and owner Fiona Kennedy is friendly, knowledgeable, and always happy to make recommendations depending on your reading tastes.
Pitshanger properties for book lovers
Our first property on the list is the lovely three bedroom Edwardian house located in the historic Brentham Garden Estate. Inside boasts oodles of character with three spacious rooms, one of which we think would be perfect to turn into a little reading hide away.
Our second property is also set in the Brentham Garden Estate but this time is a two bedroom cottage. With a large 40 foot long pretty garden and a double aspect reception room, this cottage could be perfect for anyone looking for a fairy tale. There’s even space for a few book shelves by a large window, creating a wonderful book space for chilly autumn days.
For our third property we are looking at the more modern cul-de-sac of Pendlewood Close. A generous three bedroom house with off street parking, offering a refreshing yet homely style. We think the nook currently being used as a music studio/ gym could be turning into the cosiest of reading corners for all ages, tucked neatly away in the corner ready for your next adventure!
Next up we have a large, six bedroom house located on Pitshanger Lane. A short walk from the shops, this property is just around the corner from the Pitshanger Bookshop making it ideal for quick readers who need something new on the regular! The garden is pretty and large, with plenty of room for a little summer house, so not only can you sink into your pages but you can surround yourself with nature at the same time.
Situated in Bellevue Road is a four bedroom property split across three floors with some classic booklovers characteristics. First of all, there’s plenty of room for floor to ceiling bookshelves to house your own personal library, and there are two bay windows, which you could convert into comfy reading seats.
This modern and spacious family home has plenty of room for your family of book lovers. With five bedrooms across two floors you could transform one into a library snug which could give you space for your family’s book collections. The downstairs office space could also be the perfect place for budding authors to dream up their very own characters and plot.