Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Upsize Now to Ealing for Top Value; Advertisement featureHandsome New Five-Bedroom Homes with All a Family Could Want

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Upsize Now to Ealing for Top Value; Advertisement featureHandsome New Five-Bedroom Homes with All a Family Could Want

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Ealing ticks all the boxes for west london families who want to upsize to a good-value house in a friendly neighbourhood with lots of green space, excellent schools and enviable transport connections.

if you want more for your money, the area is compelling. The valuation method traditionally used by surveyors is proof enough. While buyers typically pay PS1,876 per square foot for properties in Kensington, or PS900 in Richmond and PS820 in Chiswick, high-quality Ealing homes cost just PS650 per square foot.

look no further than 83 The Avenue, a niche development of five beautifully crafted houses in one of Ealing's most-prized pockets, St Stephen's conservation area. Built on the site of the former Ealing College Upper School, these spacious five-bedroom homes celebrate that history while combining handsome, Victorian-style architecture with the flexible and modern interiors young families crave.

| EaCH house has approximately 3,900sq ft of space and is named after a former headmaster of the school.

One property also boasts a striking memorial stone, on display to passersby, dedicated to pupils who fought during the Second World War.

Set over four levels, the homes have been thoughtfully designed for modern families, with formal and informal spaces where parents and children can each do their own thing. natural light fills all the rooms, including an openplan, lower ground-floor family hub that melds living, kitchen and dining areas.

This is linked to a sun terrace and garden via full-height concertina doors. The clever floorplan also allows effortless access to the garden from the ground-floor reception room.

| FUnCTiOnaliTy is another design hallmark. The houses come with extensive storage space, plus a laundry chute linked to the utility room and serving all floors. a "dumb waiter" connects kitchen to dining room, and there is a games room or children's den, a delightful rear garden, a welcoming front garden and driveway for off-street parking.

luxurious interior design brings bedroom suites with bespoke wardrobes and velvet carpets, while rooms and floors are unified by a tasteful palette of soft, complementary colours and a textural mix of stone, timber and glass. …

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