This two-bedroom maisonette for sale was once a local pub
A maisonette that was once a historic pub in west London has now entered the property market.
Set within a white stucco fronted building, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom period house in Brackenbury Village is beautifully designed and filled with natural light. In its bygone days it was the Princess Alexandra Public House but has been converted into four lateral maisonettes.
As you enter via the raised ground floor, you'll be met with an open plan kitchen and dining area. Here, you'll also find the guest bedroom, bathroom and master bedroom which opens into a private walled patio through beautiful French doors. A staircase leads you down to a large reception room with a stone fireplace and built-in cupboards and shelving – perfect for book lovers with a collection to display.
The mezzanine provides an eye-catching feature that opens up the entertaining and living spaces, and there's also a lightwell, accessed via the reception room, which is an ideal spot to soak up the summer sun.
What was once home to a bustling local pub, Perrers Road is now a quiet, tree-lined street within walking distance of Ravenscourt Park and Ravenscourt Park Underground station on the District line.
The grand apartment is on the market for £1.25 million with Finlay Brewer, who describe it as 'the perfect bachelor pad or Pied-à-terre'.
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