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Tuesday, 12 August 2014

The Chaplain's House, which is a substantial three storey house in Acton, West London, was formerly part of St Saviours Church, which was officially opened in 1925 by The Prince of Wales, later Edward VIII, who laid the foundation stone. The property which extends to 3,350 sq.ft and stands on a site of around 0.13 acres had been let to Buttercups Nursery by way of a lease expiring in 2020 and was being offered freehold at £895,000. The property has been sold to the tenants at an undisclosed price and the buyer was represented by Lambert Smith Hampton.

Ewan Dodds Bsc FRICS, chief executive officer at Whybrow, who has headed these transactions in Essex, Suffolk and London commenting on the improvements in the property market says, "We are delighted to have sold such a unique and attractive property in West London at a time when the London market is performing strongly and prices rising rapidly to our clients long term tenant and we wish Buttercups Nursery every success with their business in the future".


Established in 1985, Whybrow is a progressive firm of chartered surveyors which provides property consultancy and advice to national and regional businesses with a focus in London, the South and the Eastern regions.

Whybrow applies its regional experience and commercial property acumen to deliver commercial advantage to its clients. 

Our understanding of property and real estate management, professional services, project management, sales and acquisition is unrivalled in our market and our emphasis on the personal delivery of our services strengthens our lasting relationships with our clients.

The Royal Association for Deaf People 

Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) is a charity that works with Deaf people who use sign language; we have championed Deaf people’s rights since 1841. 

RAD promotes equality for Deaf people through the provision of accessible services including information, advice & guidance; advocacy; employment and skills; social care; interpreting; and activities for children, families and young people. 


For Further Information:

Ewan Dodds md
01206 577667


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