A mid terraced family home with accommodation arranged over two floors. On the ground floor you have a 14ft front facing reception room with double doors leading a separate dining area which then leads onto a garden room at the rear. The 15ft long galley style kitchen is of a modern design and boasts ample cupboards and work surfaces with space for freestanding appliances.
On the first floor you have two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a recently upgraded family bathroom. There is scope, subject to your own investigations to convert the loft area which could add a further bedroom and bathroom.
Manton Avenue is a highly regarded and popular tree lined road in Hanwell which is close to a number of local amenities and borders with West Ealing and Northfields. Close by are several sought after schools which include Oakland’s Primary and Elthorne Park High school. At just under 400 yards is the beautiful Elthorne Park which has a children’s play area as well as tennis courts and sports fields. The park hosts two wonderful events annually "Hanwell Hootie and the Hanwell Carnival" At the rear of the park you can find the tow path to the River Brent which continues for miles and connects you with the River Thames near Kew Bridge.
Boston Manor tube station (Piccadilly line) is 0.8 miles away and both West Ealing and Hanwell stations are approximately 1 mile with fast connections to London Paddington and are currently being upgraded as part of the pending "Crossrail" network due in 2021. Along the Boston Road you can catch buses to Ealing Broadway and Chiswick.
Front; Walled along the pavement with iron gate into the front garden area which leads to the porch.
Rear; Tiered 26ft garden which is accessed via the garden room, kitchen and rear gate. Raised decked seating area with stairs down to the low maintenance garden with a wooden storage shed positioned in the corner.
Three Bedroom Family Home
Close to Oakland's Primary and Elthorne Park High School
Two Reception Rooms
15ft Galley Kitchen
Close to Elthorne Park and Sports Fields
No Onward Chain