- Semi-Detached House
- Three Bedrooms
- Two Reception Rooms
- Gas Central Heating
- Double Glazing
- Wet Room/WC
- First Floor Bathroom
- Central Location
- No Upper Chain
An older type three bedroom semi-detached house in a central location within a short walk of the mainline railway station which will benefit from Crossrail from 2019 - EPC D.
A much improved older type three bedroom semi-detached house situated in a town centre location within a short walk of the mainline railway station which will benefit from Crossrail from 2019. Offered to market with no onward chain the house offers well planned accommodation over two floors comprising an entrance hall with walnut effect laminate flooring flowing to both reception rooms, living room with imposing bay window and attractive fireplace, dining room currently set out as a family room with gas fire, kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a modern range of white gloss wall and floor cupboard units with oak effect laminate worksurfaces and tiled floor, ground floor wet room/WC, large master bedroom, second double bedroom, single bedroom and a first floor bathroom with white suite and fully tiled walls.
Front: Designed for easy maintenance. Low level brick wall to boundaries with timber gate providing access to a concrete pathway leading to the front door.
Rear: Good family sized garden requiring landscaping. Garage with rear access.
The property is within easy reach of amenities including shops, variety of supermarkets, bus routes and main line railway station (Crossrail from 2019). The Stockley Business Park, motorway network and London Heathrow Airport are all within easy motoring distance.
HEATING & HOT WATER
A gas fired combination boiler serves the radiator system and provides the domestic hot water.
White UPVC double glazing.
COUNCIL TAX BAND
We understand that the current council tax band is C.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.
Strictly by appointment with R Whitley & Co.
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