An impressive and imposing detached 1930s property, situated on the cusp of the coveted Dobree Estate with views overlooking the grounds of Willesden Sports Centre and King Edward VII park. Offering in excess of 3035 sq ft of internal living accommodation, the property offers a unique opportunity to acquire an expansive family house.
Upon entering the property, its size and scale become immediately apparent. Original wooden parquet flooring is prevalent throughout the ground floor, and this is complimented by an imitation Georgian feel; elaborate architectural detailing, such as ceiling ornacing and dado railing is laced around the main reception rooms and the dining area. An exceptional 54ft garden is accessible through the conservatory, the dining room and the kitchen. The property could either be redeveloped into an airy and open-plan living space, or developed around the current layout, providing privacy and intimacy.
The First Floor is comprised of four bedrooms, two of which are ensuite. There is a further family bathroom that services bedrooms three and four. A sun-trap balcony with a southerly aspect is accessible through the third bedroom. The second bedroom also boasts outside space with views over the rear garden. There is an abundance of storage space in all the bedrooms on this floor. The Second Floor is accessed via an architecturally designed spiral staircase on the landing, and offers a further ensuite bedroom and study space, in addition to eaves storage.
The property is ideally situated to access the amenities of Willesden Green, whilst also being within close proximity to Kensal Rise and Queen's Park. The Dobree Estate is a quiet, residential estate north of Kensal Rise. Local transport links include Willesden Green (Jubilee) and Kensal Rise (Overground).
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