Perryn Road is one of the most affluent roads in the East Acton area. With trees lined up on both sides, this wide and leafy road is made up of large detached houses with grand driveways and generous gardens, giving a feel of importance about it. As it is one of the roads that come off East Churchfield Road, it is inevitably rich with history pertaining to the Goldsmiths’ Company, which was influential in that area in the past.
In fact the road derives its name from a Goldsmith who came from Bromyard in Worcestershire, called John Perryn and he spent some time living in the area. His house no longer exists, yet many of the road names surrounding Perryn Road have names that relate to the Goldsmiths and John Perryn himself (e.g. Vyner Road is named after Sir Thomas Vyner, who went on to marry John’s widow).
The road is dotted with a range of houses; builds from many periods, from classic Victorian to post-war. However, one thing they all seem to have in common, is that most of them are larger than the average Acton House and tend to attract families with children, those who are upsizing and investors who wish to take advantage of the size of these houses by dividing them into flats; thereby attracting the younger professionals also. A lot of people who buy on this road, tend to stay for a while.
Perryn Road is truly a much sought after road in Acton, lying on the borders corner and being a short stroll away from the beautiful green of Acton Park with the recreational facilities it offers, the property is also within close proximity to luxurious lifestyle-choice offered by The Park Club. Transport Facilities include East Acton Underground, Acton Central Over ground and for drivers, the A40 leads onto motorways out of London and further in.
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