165 Horn Lane
Situated in a beautiful, period building, this large (663 square feet) and bright two double bedroom garden flat retains some lovely features including full height period bay windows, high ceilings and a period fire surround. The property is light and airy, all rooms are in generous proportions, including two double bedrooms, and it boasts fantastic storage throughout. A West facing private lawned garden at the rear complete with a patio area and selection of mature plants and shrubs enjoys the afternoon sun. The property opens into a generous entrance hall lined with bookshelves and shoe storage. The large reception room is a great entertaining space, large enough for seating and dining (15 feet 2 inches X 14 feet), with a separate kitchen alongside that opens out onto a porch and steps down to the garden. Alongside the porch a separate utility room houses a newly fitted combi boiler (2015) and washing machine and tumble dryer. The master bedroom (13ft 11inches X 13 feet 1 inch) features period bay sash windows with window seat/shoe storage and large wardrobe. Amongst other features the flat also boasts oak flooring, ample storage throughout, gas fired radiator central heating and excellent water pressure due to its ground floor location. It is situated in a popular residential address near Poets Corner within a moments walk of the planned Crossrail station at Acton Mainline Station which takes you to Paddington in about 7 minutes and the A40 trunk road in to central London and Heathrow Airport. It is also within walking distance of Acton Town (Piccadilly Line), North Acton (Central Line) and West Acton (Central Line). A ten minute walk away is Acton Central Station on the ever-trendy Churchfield Road with its 'out culture' and selection of artisan bakeries, independent cafes and gastro-pubs. Acton Central (Overground) takes you to Highbury Corner, Hampstead Heath and Dalston in about 30-40 minutes or to Kew Gardens and Richmond in about 15-25. Residency of Flat 3 entitles you to a K1 parking permit which can be used opposite the flat on Horn Lane and in many roads off Churchfield Road in the heart of Acton, with its excellent Thursday and Saturday food and street market, exotic greengrocers, delicatessens and health food stores. Springfield Park is on the next block, while North Acton Playing fields ten minutes walk away features tennis courts, a fitness studio and children's playground, Acton Park is also minutes away with its lovely walkways, tennis and basketball courts, popular cafe and children's play areas. The beautiful Gunnersbury Park with its ornamental lake and gardens, Victorian museum and glasshouse is a 5 minute drive across the N Circular Road and offers a pitch and putt, trails for cycling and running, childrens' playgrounds and popular cafe.
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