A Victorian freehold house in a coveted area of Chiswick, restored, extended and improved with meticulous attention to detail. The double living room with period fireplaces, wooden flooring, panelled wainscots and bespoke joinery leads to a 19 ft open plan fully fitted kitchen with skylights, island, ample space for dining and bifold doors to the paved rear courtyard garden. Completing the ground floor is a panelled cloakroom and extensive fitted understairs storage. The property features four recently carpeted double bedrooms over the first and second floors, including three with period fireplaces. Two of the bedrooms benefit from large fitted wardrobes, while one retains the original Victorian linen cupboard. Two luxuriously appointed bathrooms serve the bedrooms, one with double sinks and feature skylight, and both with separate showers.
Balfern Grove, in the popular ABC estate of 327 houses built between 1891 and 1901, is located close to Chiswick High Road's restaurants, pubs and independent shops whilst also being within easy reach of both the River Thames and Chiswick House and Gardens. Drivers benefit from the nearby A4 for access into central London as well as towards the M4, the North/South Circular Road and Heathrow. Public transport options include Turnham Green station for the District and Piccadilly (limited service) Underground lines, and the many bus routes that serve Chiswick High Road. Further open spaces include Homefield Recreation Ground, Dukes Meadow and Ravenscourt Park. An impressive range of local state and independent schools for all ages are located around Chiswick and nearby Hammersmith.