The Red House was built in 1898 inspired by William Morris and is a classic example of Arts and Crafts architecture. With its red brick turrets, original porch, plaque and stained glass features it is the sort of home that people stop to admire.
Entering the property from the south side the communal hallway, with its tiled floor, wood panelled walls and period style staircase, takes you up to the second floor where this flat is situated. This superb apartment has a huge open plan kitchen/living area with dual aspect views of the park. The window to the rear looks directly on to the garden and the balcony overlooking the park provides the perfect spot for a relaxing cup of tea or glass of wine. Every detail of the bespoke kitchen has been carefully considered from the integrated Smeg and Bosch appliances and the separate wine cooler to the iPad controlled Sonos sound system. And this impressive, social space has been beautifully designed with contemporary living in mind.
Flat six has two equally light and spacious double bedrooms. While both have fitted wardrobes, one has views of the garden and the other has views of the park. Off the central hallway is a stylish bathroom and a separate utility area with a washer/tumble dryer.
With wood floors, white walls and leafy surrounds, this apartment feels peaceful and secluded. And with its Arts and Crafts features, the property has retained its period charm.
The Red House is situated on a quiet residential street right next door to Lammas Park but this flat also comes with its own communal garden, private bike and vegetable plot for those who like the outdoors. Ealing Broadway is a ten minute walk away with fantastic foodie spots, great shops and transport links.
Pre-release interest has been very high so please call us or email us asap to register your interest.
Hunters Northfields 020 8579 1611.