This rarely available freehold property has been in the same family since it was built in the 1890's for employees of the Great Western Railway. This particular building was provided for the use of the senior managers and their families, and is therefore higher than most of the terraceas it has four storeys. Since the 1920,s the ground floor commercial premises has been a milliners, and then an antique shop. The entire building is over 2,500 sq ft (239sqm) and ready for development, subject of course, to the usual consents. Kensal Rise and Willesden Green are the nearest stations providing access into central London, bus routes along Scrubbs Lane are a short ride to Westfield shopping centre in Shepherds Bush.