Formally a Victorian vestry, this wonderful and interesting property offered many individual aspects unavailable in more conventional terraced homes of the era.
The three-storey house was approached by a private gated driveway with off-street parking. To the right of the property was a separate one-bedroom annex complete with a sitting room, which would have been suitable for a nanny or for private rental.
Inside the main house, on the ground floor, there was an entrance hall and two interconnecting reception rooms, ideal for a large family and entertaining on a grand scale. Both rooms were bright and with high ceilings, while also led to an enclosed patio garden.
The upper floors consisted of five double bedrooms [two en suite], two bathrooms and a great roof terrace with far-reaching views.
The house was only recently modernised before being let this year to include a new kitchen and all-new bathrooms. All the while, the property was brimming with gorgeous original features including reclaimed wood floors and ceilings, high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The location of the property was an absolute winner, with Ponsard Road only moments from its immediate area of Kensal Rise, while neighbouring Queen's Park and Notting Hill were closeby too.