Location, location, location ! A fantastic freehold house in one of the best roads in Queen's Park. After many years of family ownership True Associates are pleased to offer this four bedroomed Edwardian family house with accommodation arranged over three floors. This bright and spacious house has existing planning permission for a side return and the benefit of the front bay window looking onto Queen's Park , with an enclosed family garden behind. The property is ripe for redevelopment.
The house is currently arranged as a double reception room on the ground floor and an original kitchen/garden room on the lower ground floor. The upper floors are arranged as three double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor and a fourth double bedroom on the second floor.
This house is a blank canvas for someone looking to move to the area and create a family house with their own stamp. The potential owner could use the planning permission to extend the lower ground floor with a side return to create a large kitchen/breakfast room, whilst retaining a formal sitting/dining room.
The house is full of original features including period fireplaces, detailed coving, ceiling roses, original floorboards and deep skirting boards.
The property is in a superb location, close to the green space of Queen's Park and busy shopping areas of Salusbury Road and Chamberlayne Road, with an abundance of shops, pubs, restaurants and bars. The transport links to central London are excellent with only a 5 minute walk to both, Queen's Park and Brondesbury Park overground stations and Queen's Park (Bakerloo) underground station.
The area has a huge choice of both state and independent schools. The independent primary options are Seacole, 82 Great Western Road, W11, (co-ed, ages 4-11), Bassett House School, Bassett Road W10, (co-ed, ages 4-11 ), Maple Walk Prep School, Crown Hill Road NW10 (co-ed, ages 4-11).
The independent secondary schools are; Brondesbury College, Brondesbury Park, NW6 (boys, ages 11-18), Bales College, Kilburn Lane W10 (co-ed, ages 11-18) and University College School in Hampstead NW3 (co-ed, ages 11-18).
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