Hanwell House That's Scrubbed Up Well

Former industrial launderette on market for £1.45m

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It's been described as this year's most unique property and a local estate agent says he's never seen anything quite like it.

The five bedroom detached property situated in Half Acre and on the banks of the River Brent was once an industrial launderette.

Any remnants of its workhorse past have now gone however and over the last two years the three storey house has been painstakingly converted into a luxury home.

There are five bedrooms and four bathrooms on the upper levels and the lower ground floor level has a large kitchen which opens up to two reception rooms.

At the bottom of the garden there is a brick built, wooden clad studio with full electricity and could be used as a home office or artist’s studio.

The property is being sold by the couple who currently live there because they want to downsize.

It's marketed by Go View London and Sales Director, Donald Collins, said:

“This is the kind of house that sells to people who weren’t even thinking of moving!

“It is a completely unique  house that provides a terrific lifestyle opportunity.  I’ve not seen anything like in my decade plus of working locally in Ealing and Acton. 

“We have fully briefed the sellers that there could be a lot of interest from would be buyers who might just be interested in seeing the house, who might not yet have their property on the market.''

Hidden away, by the water, behind Half Acre Rd, W7 and a stone’s throw from Conolly Dell and the Bunny Park the house is close to Hanwell rail station soon to be connected to the Crossrail network.

It's on the market at £1,450,000.00. 







2nd July 2014