Aston Rowe are proud to present the former chapel and meeting room of the Goldsmiths Company almshouses. The ground floor comprises a large open-plan reception room, with a raised study area to the rear which retains its original 19th-century encaustic Victorian tiles. Beyond is the kitchen/dining area, with modern fitted units, corian worktops and original fireplace. The kitchen leads to a designated patio opening onto the beautiful communal gardens occupying three acres. A spiral staircase links the reception room to the first floor master bedroom & en-suite. A half-moon window overlooks the communal gardens. There is a further bedroom & en-suite shower room on the second floor.The Goldsmiths Buildings remained occupied as almshouses until 2001, after which they were converted into 18 private homes by Robson Warren Architects. The stucco-fronted former chapel forms the centrepiece of this elegant terrace, with its grand porticoed entrance with Ionic columns, coat of arms, & original clock.The Goldsmith Buildings were built in 1811 by the architect Charles Beazley thanks to the generosity of John Perry, a local goldsmith and alderman. This is a fabulous two bedroom uniquely refurbished Georgian Grade II* listed property. To the rear are stunning communal gardens, and at the front manicured private gardens overlooking the vast green spaces of Acton Park. Providing dramatic living space & accommodation arranged over three floors.A unique modern two bedrooms converted chapel.As an exceptional architectural feature a wide panel of glass in the floor enables one to enjoy the beauty of the listed tiles on the ground floor below.DirectionsEast Churchfield Road, with south-facing views over Acton Park. Acton Central Station (Overground), East Acton (Central Line) and Acton Town (Piccadilly and District Lines) are within walking distance. Churchfield Road provides an excellent local shops and cafes.You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner‘s express prior written consent. The website owner‘s copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.