A four bedroom family home, in the ever popular, Montpelier area of Ealing. The house spans over 1,720 sq ft and comprises two reception rooms, one of which is currently being used as a dining room, with the second, a more formal reception with access to the conservatory; a perfect spot to relax and unwind, with views over the Japanese styled garden. The kitchen, with plenty of storage, integrated appliances and a breakfast bar also provides access to the garden. On the first floor you will find the principal bedroom with en suite bathroom, complete with sunken bath tub, a second bedroom, with access to a balcony and a family bathroom. The second floor comprises two further bedrooms with expansive views over the West London skyline. Additional benefits include a downstairs cloakroom, a cellar, currently being used as storage and off street parking for a couple of cars.
Situated in a prime Ealing location on one of the most sought after residential roads and located nearby to many prestigious schools which include Montpelier, St Gregory's, St Benedict's, Durston, Harvington, St Augustine's and Notting Hill and Ealing High. Whilst being close to everything that Ealing has to offer, this location feels far enough away from the busy town centre and is relatively quiet. Ealing Broadway station is approximately 0.9 miles away which currently provides Central and District lines, as well as First Great Western services to Paddington and the West. Moreover, Ealing Broadway is now serviced by the new Elizabeth Line, dramatically reducing journey times across London. Helena Road is also in close proximity of the beautiful open spaces of Montpelier Park and Hanger Hill Park.
Here is what the owners have said about the property
We've lived here for eighteen years and we first viewed the house because we were attracted by the en-suite bathroom and the extra storage space of a cellar. We also always look for the privacy and quiet of having the sitting room and master bedroom at the back of the house. Then when we came to view it, we fell in love with the conservatory and we knew instantly that we just had to have it. It's hard to pick our favourite part of the house, because I love the spacious sitting room, and as I have mentioned, the conservatory but my absolute favourite room would have to be the en-suite bathroom, which is quite spacious, and has a separate shower and sunken bath. I love a good bath full of bubbles, with candles around it, and a glass of of bubbly as an indulgent treat at the end of a long day. Other than my en-suite bathroom, we will miss the sunsets. The front of the house faces West and being at the top of a hill, we have a great view of absolutely stunning sunsets - at least once a week. As we are moving out of the area, we will miss our neighbours too.