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From £166,000

The Old Town Hall

Studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments
Acton, Greater London

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The prestigious Grade II listed building that was once Acton Town Hall, home to civic splendor since 1910, has undergone extensive redevelopment to create much sought after residences in the heart of Acton town centre.

A bustling, cosmopolitan location, with its many bars, pubs, restaurants and coffee shops; plus excellent transport links to wherever you want to get to in London and beyond.

The Old Town Hall, with its heritage setting and elegant façade, comprises 58 sensitively converted apartments in the existing building; and 13 new build apartments situated in a carefully designed extension annex – offering homebuyers real choice.

Many of the converted apartments have beautiful original wood panelled walls, stunning period features and lofty ceiling heights of 3.6m. While the new build apartments are equally well designed and proportioned, perfect for those who want to live in an historic setting, but within a newly built home.

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