Churchfield Road is a beautiful example of late Victorian landscape, with its well preserved nineteenth century shopfronts and adjoining rail station. The architectural landmark of the locality is the Goldsmith’s building, with its classical presence, the building visually interacts with the adjacent spacious green park. The street is aligned with mature broadleaved trees giving a touch of greenery to busy parade of retail.
The properties are of generous size and a mixture of converted Edwardian terraces and modern new developments.
Located just a short walk from the picturesque Acton Park, and bordering the famous Poet’s Corner, Churchfield Road is a desirable location in the heart of Acton. Transport is easy with Acton Overground on the doorstep and Acton Main Line soon to be home to Crossrail. Motorists will benefit from easy access to the M4/A40 and Tube travellers can take advantage of the Piccadilly and District Lines at Acton Town Station.
Churchfield Road is just a short stroll from Oakland Shopping centre, home of Morrisons supermarket and a host of boutique shops, cafes and restaurants. Famous among the locals for its terraced garden, the newly refurbished gastro pub, The Old Station, offers a great selection of beers and an Italian inspired menu.
It’s a premium location already, but the introduction of Crossrail will ensure popularity soars and house prices rise.
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