A fine Edwardian semi-detached house on a broad residential road in West Acton.
The formal living room overlooks the front of the house and features a bay window, period fireplace and original intricate plasterwork to the ceiling. A pair of internal French windows leads into the rear living room, with wooden flooring linking the two spaces. The rear living room, which could also be used as a dining room, has a period fire surround and bespoke fitted joinery in the alcoves. French windows open to the rear garden, while an arch gives access to the adjacent kitchen. In the kitchen, which has a part-vaulted ceiling with skylights, there is ample space for dining. Fitted units conceal integrated units and extensive storage, and a stand-alone range cooker is set into the original chimney breast. From the kitchen there is a door to the garden, and the ground floor is completed by a guest cloakroom with space for laundry appliances.
On the first floor is a bathroom and four bedrooms, the largest of which has fitted wardrobes and a period fireplace, while another has fitted shelving and drawers. In the converted loft is a large double bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom.
The façade of the house is adorned with timber ornamentation and the original balustraded porch. The front garden has space for off street parking for several cars and is bordered by a gravel bed and a mature hedge. At the rear the garden is terraced and features a decked area accessed from the rear living room and the kitchen. Steps lead down to two separate lawned terraces, each with a mature tree for shade.
Local Area - Lynton Road is conveniently located close to Acton Mainline station, served by the new Elizabeth line, and West Acton station, served by the Central line. Furthermore the station, park, shops and cafes of Ealing Common are within easy reach, as well as Churchfield Road, a hidden gem of cherished local shops and cafés next to Acton Park.
Nearby Ealing Broadway and Chiswick High Road host many popular restaurants, cafés and pubs as well as an enviable range of independent retailers between them. Local open spaces include Ealing Common, North Acton Playing Fields, Gunnersbury Park and Hanger Hill Park. Many of West London's finest schools are just a short drive or cycle away, including Durston House Preparatory School, Notting Hill & Ealing High School and St Benedict's. Motorists can use the North Circular Road which leads to both the A4/M4 and the A40/M40 to travel into, out of and around the capital.