TENURE: Share of Freehold
A fabulous Grade II listed residence which was built in 1811 originally as a meeting house, then used as a chapel and more recently as a home. The centre piece to a wonderful Georgian development of former Almhouses which are set behind an electric gate and surrounded by impeccably landscaped communal gardens. This beautiful home is presented to an excellent standard throughout and has an impressive 22ft reception area with a couple steps up to a mosaicked platform which leads to a small study area and around to a 19ft long kitchen. The kitchen comes with fully integrated appliances and has a space for a breakfast table and chairs with a cloakroom/WC adjacent to the rear door. The principal 19ft bedroom is on the first floor and comes with an en-suite bathroom and the second bedroom which is also a double with en-suite shower room is on the floor above.
Goldsmiths Buildings are along East Churchfield Road opposite Acton Park which is highly sought after for its convenience to a number of nearby stations, schools, and transport links in London. Acton Central over ground station which is on the North London Line is just 0.1 miles with routes to Richmond via Kew Gardens and Hampstead Heath, Kentish Town and out to Stratford. Churchfield Road has an excellent collection of independent Cafes, eateries and convenience stores, whilst David Lloyds and Virgin Active are also close by.
Communal Entrance; Goldsmiths Buildings are accessed via the main electric gate with intercom system.
Terrace: 26'8" x 9'5" private terraced area off the rear door from the kitchen.
Gardens; stunning landscaped communal garden to front, rear and sides of the development.
Storage; opposite the front door of the house is a private storage area and there is a further storage section under the kitchen but accessed externally.
This property is to be sold with a Share of Freehold alongside a lease which was granted on the 22nd of June 2010 for a term of 999 years.
Yearly service charge of approximately £3000 per year which goes towards the maintenance of the communal grounds, exteriors and a contribution to the sinking fund.
This property was featured in the Sunday Telegraph Magazine Property section in 2014.
Grade II Listed Georgian Home
Two Double Bedrooms
Private Gated Development
Stunning Communal Gardens
Share Of Freehold
Close to Many Amenities