An attractive double-fronted Victorian house in a desirable neighbourhood in Ealing. Set on the borders of the Montpelier Park conservation area, this detached property benefits from a large private garden, a double garage and a gated forecourt with space for multiple cars.
The ground floor centres around an elegant entrance hall with marble tiled flooring, which leads into a cloakroom, spacious front living room, utility room and a bespoke fully fitted kitchen with an attached breakfast area, featuring French windows leading out into the west-facing garden.
The most impressive feature of the ground floor is the second reception room. Spanning almost 90 square metres and spread over two levels, it is presented as a living and dining area and offers an unparalleled entertaining space. This grand room is fitted with polished marble flooring, and features a picture window and French windows opening into the garden. The room's centrepiece is its spectacular central chimney-breast, which has open fireplaces on both sides.
The first floor consists of four double bedrooms, two of which benefit from built-in wardrobes and en suite bathrooms, and one of which is the master suite. This collection of rooms includes a large double bedroom, walk-in wardrobe and a stylish six-piece en suite bathroom. A fifth double bedroom, which benefits from its own en suite bathroom and access to expansive eaves storage, is located on the top level.
Mount Park Road is located at the crest of Hanger Hill, on the borders of the Montpelier Park conservation area, close to both Ealing Broadway and the award-winning Pitshanger Lane. Residents can access a range of shops and restaurants in both locations, alongside supermarkets and amenities including post offices, banks and pharmacies. Several well-regarded schools are nearby, including Montpelier Primary School, St Augustine's Priory School, North Ealing Primary School, St Benedict's School, and Notting Hill and Ealing High School. Ealing Broadway and Hanger Lane stations offer commuters both Underground and National Rail links, which will soon be supplemented by the new Crossrail service.