Fantastic value! - A rarely available, well-appointed maisonette in an excellently located part of Chiswick. This spacious modern two double bedroom apartment is arranged over the first and second floors in this lovely period property.
Cambridge Road South is a leafy, residential cul-de-sac conveniently located for many excellent shops and amenities of Chiswick High Road. Gunnersbury station (District and Mainline) is a 5 minute walk away, and Kew Bridge station 10 minutes walk. Easy access to the A4/M4 for routes both in and out of London for motorists. Beautiful Kew Gardens are a short 15 minute walk away.
The property has been tastefully refurbished by the current owners throughout, including a stunning 4 piece bathroom suite. Two sizeable double bedrooms - the master bedroom with inbuilt wardrobe overlooks the communal garden, with the large second bedroom (unusual for this area) ideal as a spacious home office/music room/games room. Plenty of storage throughout including loft hatch access.
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