Newton Avenue is a tree-lined road in South Acton, set off Avenue Road. It is a one-way road leading onto Bollo Bridge Road and has various residential roads coming off it. This peaceful road also benefits from being primarily residential and contains houses with both east and west facing gardens.
The position of the street means it also falls onto the borders of the Bedford Park area of Chiswick, and on a nice day, one can stroll onto the Chiswick High Road and enjoy the road’s fantastic amenities. Alternatively, Acton High Street is even closer in distance, and offers a wealth of independent stores, Morrisions supermarket, plus Churchfield Road with its array of trendy wine bars and gastropubs.
The properties on Newton Avenue are period Victorian properties and the only non-residential building on the road is a Church, the Ukrainian Orthodox Autocephalic Church.
A vast number of inhabitants drawn to Newton Avenue are those who looking to upsize to freehold houses. One of the most beautiful things about this road is the fact that a lot of the buildings still remain as houses, with their original features. There are, of course, a few conversions dotted along the road, which are ideal for the first-time buyer. Families love the fact that the road lies within catchment area of the Arc Priory and commuters are spoilt by the incredible amount of transport links that are open to them.
Newton Avenue is within walking distance of the District and Piccadilly lines of Acton Town underground and the Overground of Acton Central.
The South Acton estate was once an eyesore to anyone walking along the roads of South Acton, but this estate has been replaced with lower rise new builds and hence, anyone buying on the surrounding roads is now almost guaranteed to see the value of their property increase.
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