Tucked into a street off Northfield Avenue, this two bedroom house has a location at the heart of community-oriented Northfields. As you approach the front door of this period property you'll cross through the lovely front garden. When you enter the house itself you'll find a through lounge with a bay window to the front that lets in plenty of light, flooding the light walls and highlighting the beauty of the wooden floors. Details like cornicing and coving, a ceiling rose and an elegant feature fireplace provide charm in this open and bright space. The rear area of the lounge would make a wonderful spot for a dining area, particularly as there is a convenient pass-through to the kitchen. The kitchen/diner to the rear of this home has plenty of room for a dining table through the double doors that divide the kitchen from the dining area. The wooden fitted cabinets in the kitchen are contrasted by light-coloured worktops, stainless steel accents and glossy floor tiles. From the dining area, family and guests could pass through the double doors out into the rear garden to relax on the deck. The mature plants that surround this decked and gravel garden add interest and an element of privacy that creates a sense of oasis in this outdoor space. Upstairs you'll also find two double bedrooms. The carpeted floors and neutral walls create a fresh and crisp look in the bedrooms. The master bedroom has the added attraction of built-in wardrobes. The bathroom has enough space for both a bath and separate shower cubicle, making it a space that will work for convenient showers or a long, indulgent soak. This home has the potential to be expanded into the loft, subject to the usual permissions which would both increase the living space in this house and add to its value. Tucked midway between the shops in Northfields and West Ealing, this freehold house can take advantage of the shopping and transport of both areas. On the West Ealing side you'll find a large Sainsbury's and near to West Ealing station, is a Waitrose that will make shopping convenient. The farmers market in nearby Leeland Road offers the opportunity to buy local and organic produce every Saturday. The mix of pubs, cafés and shops that can be found along Northfield Avenue mean there is also a mix of more independent shops from which to choose. Northfields Piccadilly line station offers underground links into central London and Heathrow while West Ealing station provides overground links into Ealing Broadway, Paddington and Heathrow. For those who prefer to drive, the A40 is nearby for quick travel routes in and out of the capital. The beautiful green spaces and tennis courts of Lammas Park are just down the road for Sunday afternoon strolls or picnics in this friendly neighbourhood.
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