Queens Park


Chevening, Queens Park

Late Edwardian 3000 sq ft semi detached family house on Chevening road. It is the widest house on Chevening (original owner was the individual all homes on chevening. he resided at the property. original features still intact including fireplaces, bay windows and large spacious rooms with natural light and high ceilings. A mix of vintage and contemporary features including vintage chandeliers and lights/combined with contemporary art works through out. Large kids play area/cinema room with open plan bunk beds and 4 meter high ceilings tun and groove. original hallway flooring, cornices completely renovated plumbing and electricity. New natural oak argon floor boards through out the house. Kitchen open plan with a extension skylight bringing natural light. positive energy through out and happy home feeling. very large garden 20 foot Drive parking for 2 cars. completely renovated recently.


TrainNearest Rail: kensal rise overground and underground/ queens park station overground and underground.

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