Ealing Property of the Week: One-bed garden apartment Burnham Way

  Posted: 21.10.21 at 12:15 by The Editor

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ARE you house hunting for a new property in Ealing?

Ealing Nub News is here to help with our Property section full of excellent choices in the local area.

This week’s Property of the Week is a stunning brand new conversion apartment on Burnham Way up for sale with one of Ealing’s leading independent estate agents, Leslie & Co.

1 Bedroom apartment in Burnham Way - £425,000

This is a great opportunity to be the first owner of this stunning, turn-key ready, one bedroom garden flat.

The home is set on a quiet, popular residential street in the heart of Northfields.

The one-bedroom apartment is on the market with Ealing estate agents Leslie & Co. (Image: Leslie & Co)

Spanning 560 sq ft, the property has been thoughtfully laid out and meticulously finished with impeccable attention to detail.

There is a private garden and the opportunity to purchase an off-street parking space by separate negotiation.

With wooden flooring throughout, modern and stylish fittings, the brand new conversion is a catch.

The location is easily accessible for tube stops, with Boston Manor Station and Northfields Station 0.2 – 0.3 miles away, and South Ealing Station a 0.6 mile walk from the property.

A further benefit includes share of the freehold tenure.

(Image: Leslie & Co)

So, what are you waiting for? Arrange a viewing call Leslie & Co on 020 3488 6445.

" Leslie & Co is the Ealing Nub News exclusive property sponsor. Without community-minded partners like Leslie & Co we would not be able to produce the locally-relevant, clickbait-free news to the people of Ealing."

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