Castlebar House

Ealing

Castlebar House

Castlebar House, Ealing

Industrial-chic renovated house residential house over 3 floors with large open plan living room / kitchen and a separate dining room (with built-in bar) and study and separate snug / playroom. The garden has a built-in kitchen and entertainment space.  The house has lots of open areas and circulation space which may lean itself to setting up cameras.

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