- Two reception rooms
- Dining room
- Two bathrooms
- Storage area
- West facing private garden
- Four bedrooms
- Guest cloakroom
- Self-contained detached garden cottage
- Grade II listed
A Victorian Grade II listed semi-detached house built in 1852 in the Tudor-Gothic style, with a self-contained detached garden cottage. The house is on the western section of St Ann's Villas, with a pretty west-facing garden.
Set over four floors with a central staircase, the house is largely divided into one room at the front and one to the rear. On the lower ground floor, a generous kitchen overlooking and with access to the garden is situated next to the dining room, and very useful storage to the side of the building.
The ground floor has a formal reception room to the front and rear, with the upper two floors providing four bedrooms, divided by a shower-room on the first floor and bath-room on the second floor.
There is an enormously useful self-contained detached cottage in the garden, with heating, power and potential to re-instate previously installed plumbing. The building has most recently been used as an office and storage room, but clearly has the potential for a number of uses.
St Ann's Villas runs north from Royal Crescent, and is close to the bars, shops and restaurants at Holland Park Avenue and Westfield. There are excellent transport links with the Central Line at Holland Park and Shepherds Bush, District Line from Latimer Road as well as further overground connections from Shepherds Bush and road links to the A40 and West End.
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