A quaint two double bedroom mid-terraced house located on the popular flowers estate in need of complete modernization
The houses of Sundew Avenue and the surrounding area known as The Flowers have long been popular choices for people moving to Shepherds Bush. Built circa 1928 in responses to Herbert Morrisons call for homes for heroes these were to supply returning soldiers of the Great war better quality accommodation. It was felt that the poor housing of the pre-war period had led to a low quality of conscript and that it was a matter of national security that better housing be supplied. Although slightly smaller than most but no less charming is this two double bedroom mid-terrace family home requiring complete modernization. Comprising reception room with feature fireplace to front aspect, fitted kitchen leading onto lean to conservatory with door to generous mature rear garden. On the first floor there is bright and spacious master bedroom with ample fitted wardrobes, family bathroom and second double bedroom again with fitted storage. This is a fantastic opportunity for any buyer to come in and take on a project and this great home fabulous again.