A fully renovated and enlarged detached freehold house set in a substantial plot in a well-regarded Ealing location. The property, which extends to 3,437 square feet over three floors, features a gated, brick-paved forecourt with ample parking space and an electronic gate. Spot-lighting and an integrated speaker system feature throughout the property.
The ground floor accommodation begins with a well-proportioned living room with modern fireplace and large bow window overlooking the forecourt. The impressive rear living room, which is 32 ft wide, is approached by double doors from the entrance hall and is perfect for entertaining. Illuminated by two large skylights above the modern fireplace, the room opens into the kitchen beyond. The sleek kitchen has extensive storage space, three ovens, a multi-burner hob, fitted appliances and a large feature island. The adjacent dining area features a roof lantern, whilst the whole room has views over the garden through the full-width bifolding doors. Also on the ground floor is a utility room, guest cloakroom and a room that could work as a home office, playroom or bedroom for a dependent relative.
The first floor is home to the main bedroom with bow window, dressing area and en suite shower room, which features a walk-in double shower and two sinks. Two further double bedrooms, each with fitted wardrobes, share the family bathroom which has a large walk-in shower and separate bath.
A large bedroom on the second floor could easily be split into two with the construction of a dividing wall. It is served by an en suite bathroom and features substantial storage space.
The 56 ft long rear garden has a wide raised decked area outside the kitchen, with a gazebo for shade. The lower section of the garden is paved and leads to the detached summerhouse, while a side passageway provides convenient access from the forecourt.
Local Area - Argyle Road is conveniently located close to Ealing Broadway with its District and Central line Underground links and shops, cafes and restaurants, West Ealing for Waitrose and Pitshanger Lane for a post office and independent shops. West Ealing station, which has a new station building under construction ready to serve the Elizabeth Line, is just 0.5 miles away, and several local bus routes pass nearby. Motorists are well-placed to access the A40, A4 and A406 to drive in, out and around the capital. Local open spaces include Cleveland Park, Pitshanger Park and Drayton Green. Ofsted rates the three local primary schools as Good, while Notting Hill & Ealing High School and St Benedict's School, both nearby, offer independent education from ages 4-18.