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This unique, end of terrace Victorian character house, approximately 1613 Sq‘ – 149.85 SqM, is ideally positioned in Cardross Street, one of Brackenbury Village‘s most sought-after roads.
This atypical house and home have been architecturally designed and converted from a Victorian corner shop. It has been improved by the existing owners and now enjoys versatile and flexible living space over three floors, which must be seen to be fully appreciated. The house allows new purchasers to put their own stamp on the property.
It comprises a ground floor front door and hallway, which opens to a welcoming and spacious dining room leading to a fully fitted kitchen, office or third bedroom with mezzanine and shower room and a second ground floor entrance. Also on the ground floor of the house is an inviting front entrance hallsitting room. This space opens over a lower ground floor 22‘ reception room with limestone floor with underfloor heating and two fireplaces, with part double height ceiling.
On the first floor you will find a further two bedrooms, and bathrooms. The property has triple aspect windows with east, south and westerly aspects and benefits from an unusual cellar and small walled patio.
Cardross Street is ideally positioned in the heart of Hammersmith‘s beautiful Brackenbury Village area where you will find a warm and welcoming community and a thriving residents‘ association. The local deli, butcher and family-friendly gastro pubs make for a distinctly ‘village feel‘. The 21 acres of Green Flag Award-winning open spaces at Ravenscourt Park are a short stroll from your front door, as too are the Thames riverside walks, vistas and historic pubs which are within a 15-minute stroll.
For families, a variety of superb state and independent schools are on the doorstep including Brackenbury Primary, John Betts Primary and West London Free School Primary – all Ofsted Outstanding – along with independent options like Ravenscourt Park Prep, Latymer Upper and Godolphin & Latymer (ranked 2nd in the nation by Times Parent Power 2021). The highly desirable West London Free School (secondary) is also very nearby.
Excellent amenities and restaurants are within walking distance (King Street and Hammersmith Broadway) and you‘re also a short distance from Chiswick High Road and the world class shopping, dining and entertainment experiences of Westfield shopping centre.
For commuters, Cardross Street is well served by Hammersmith Broadway (District, Piccadilly, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines) and all the mainline artery bus routes in to and out of the city, and Ravenscourt Park station (District Line) is within an 8-minute walk.
Call Horton and Garton, 020 8819 0510, to arrange your viewing. No chain.
89 Cardross Street, London is now worth £1,540,000 according to our Mouseprice AVM.
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The 3 month price change in W6 is nan%.
The current rental valuation for this property is £3,983 per month, within a price range of £565 and £15,000.
Nearby schools in include
TLG West London, Westside School, West London Free School Primary, Azbuka Russian-English Bilingual School, The Godolphin and Latymer School
Nearby stations in include Ravenscourt Park Station, Hammersmith Station, Goldhawk Road Station, Stamford Brook Station, Barons Court Station.
This is a Terraced property. There are 41 other Terraced properties on CARDROSS STREET, and 43 in total.
89 Cardross Street, London was was built between 1900-1929.