Acacia Road is a wonderful tree-lined street close to Acton Town underground and just a short walk from Acton mainline station – a future Crossrail station. Properties on this road are a variety of ages, Georgian, purpose built and 1930’s in style, with a large amount being owner occupied. Flats can also be found here, and many have been converted from the stand out Georgian detached houses. These properties have been thoughtfully converted, and care has been taken to retain many of the period features such as original fireplaces, high ceilings and bay windows. The road winds round to join Cumberland Park and so it’s also just moments away from popular Poets Corner and Churchfield Road.
Not only do you find the Acton Mainline and Acton Central within walking distance, but the many buses that pass by on Horn Lane allow for easy transport to Ealing, Chiswick and central London too. With the added parking restrictions (Mon-Fri 9am to 10am and 15pm to 16pm), residents holding a permit will find it a breeze parking here as commuters are less likely to use the road.
With Derwent Water Primary School tucked away on Shakespeare Road, the neighbourhood attracts families who are looking to buy and stay put in the area. With the welcoming village vibe and the local amenities of Churchfield road on your door step, Poet’s Corner is a sought-after area of West London. Churchfield road has recently welcomed a string of new gastro-pubs, boutique shops and restaurants, and the area has consequently seen an increase in the number of young business professionals and couples moving into the area.
Acacia Road is also just a short walk from the High Street, which will soon be home to a Waitrose supermarket, located in the Oaks shopping centre. With the excellent local bars and restaurants to enjoy an evening out, the supermarkets well located to grab that last minute dinner purchase, and the simple travel options into London, Acacia Road is a street growing in popularity and value.
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