A rare opportunity to purchase this truly individual and breath-taking seven/eight bedroom, Grade II listed detached house, built in 1888, by Leonard Shuffery who lived their with his family till 1954. Situated on a spacious plot, this sizeable and very appealing detached family home offers generous living space with two reception areas, formal dining room, eat in kitchen, utility area and WC. Moving onto the upper two floors, there are seven bedrooms and three bathrooms with a separate study and WC. Our vendors have enhanced and maintained the house with great care and attention over the past 40 years whilst retaining the original features and charm of the period.
Thorncote is located on Edgehill Road; an elevated and very pleasant tree-lined road on one of Ealing's most favoured locations. Several prestigious schools including St Benedict’s and Notting Hill & Ealing High, Harvington and Durston House are close by, making this a very popular destination for incoming families. At just 0.4 miles is the award winning Pitshanger Lane which provides a range of local independent shops, restaurants and amenities. Ealing Broadway provides a huge selection of major shops, restaurants and other leisure facilities, together with excellent rail and tube links into central London via the District line, Central line and mainline services into Paddington and out to Heathrow. (Crossrail services expected here in 2021 with will greatly improved connections into central London and out to Canary Wharf and beyond).
Front: In and out carriage style driveway parking for several cars as well access to the garage.
Garage; 21'3" x 11'1" accessible from the driveway and an internal door from the utility room.
Rear: A true feature of this fantastic home is the stunning 160ft garden which is landscaped and maintained to offer patios areas, central lawn, mature trees, shrub and plant borders. Accessed via the reception room, dining room, kitchen and side passage way.
Prime Ealing Location
160ft Plus Landscaped Garden
Three Reception Rooms
Close to Several Schools
Unique Design by Architect Leonard Shuffery