Cumberland Park is a lovely tree-lined road, located within walking distance of Acton Town underground. It also benefits from being in close proximity of Acton Mainline – Acton’s future Crossrail station. Here you’ll find properties boasting period facings, giving the street a stunning mix of Georgian, Edwardian and Victorian homes. A large proportion of these stand-out houses have now been split into apartments, which boast period features such as bay windows, high ceilings and original fireplaces. However some still remain as large family homes, making this road a popular place for families too.
This road is the heart of Poet’s Corner, so it benefits from the welcoming village feel and is just a stone’s throw from popular Churchfield Road.
Whilst Acton Mainline station and Acton Central are only a short walk from Cumberland Park, you’ll also find buses which will take you with ease from Ealing to Chiswick, making travelling around the west and into central London a doddle. There are parking restrictions on the street (Monday to Friday 9am to 10am & 15pm to 16pm), so the local residents usually get the street to themselves.
Derwent Water Primary School is tucked away down Shakespeare Road, making the area popular with families who plan to stay put. With the village vibes, the local amenities of the High Street and Churchfield Road right on the door step and the great gastropubs and restaurants just down the road, Poet’s Corner is a much sought-after area. More recently, Churchfield Road has welcomed so many new bars, boutique shops and cafes, further attracting graduates and young professionals.
Locals moving into the area can also look forward to what’s planned to arrive, including the new Acton Waitrose opening at the Oaks shopping centre.
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