SOLD BY CHARRSION DAVIS / SIMILAR PROPERTIES REQUIRED: A superb opportunity to acquire a 4 bedroom semi detached house situated in a popular residential location near local shops and bus routes to West Drayton mainline station to Paddington (Crossrail due 2020), Hounslow and London Heathrow Airport. The M4 / M25 motorway network and Stockley Business Park and golf course are just a short drive away.
Ideal for those looking for a family home or as a rental investment, the property features an spacious lounge with feature fireplace, bathroom with shower and fitted kitchen to the ground floor and 4 bedrooms to the first floor.
This semi detached property also benefits from double glazed windows and doors, gas central heating, garage with separate parking area for up to 2 cars at the rear and enclosed rear garden.
Door into hall. Solid oak wood flooring and solid oak wooden blinds to complement, and radiator. New solid wood staircase and banister to first floor.
26' 6'' x 10' 9'' (8.1m x 3.3m) Solid oak wood flooring and solid oak wood blinds to complement , radiator and double glazed window to front aspect.
Kitchen / Dining Area
9' 10'' x 16' 8'' (3m x 5.1m) Ceramic tiled flooring. Fitted wall and base units with worktops to include a double drainer sink unit, cooker point, electric hob (gas pipework also to hob area), extractor fan hood, electric oven, space for American fridge/freezer, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, part tiled walls and splash-backs. Double glazed windows and door to aspect.
8' 10'' x 6' 2'' (2.7m x 1.9m) Solid oak wood flooring including low level wood fitted storage cupboards and double glazed window to side aspect.
Tiled flooring and low level W.C
13' 1'' x 10' 2'' (4m x 3.1m) Wood Laminate flooring, solid oak fitted blinds and a radiator. Double glazed window to front aspect.
12' 5'' x 7' 6'' (3.8m x 2.3m) Fitted carpet and a radiator. Double glazed window to rear aspect.
8' 6'' x 7' 2'' (2.6m x 2.2m) Wood laminate flooring, solid oak wood blinds to side and front and a radiator. Double glazed window to front & side aspect.
9' 10'' x 9' 10'' (3m x 3m) Wood Laminate flooring and a radiator. Double glazed window to front aspect.
Ceramic tiled flooring and heated towel radiator. Four-piece bathroom suite to include a panel enclosed bath with shower mixer taps, fully tiled shower cubicle, hand basin, back to wall low level W.C. and tiled walls and splashbacks.
Patio area leading to lawned garden with borders.
Garage and Parking area for 2 cars.
About West Drayton
West Drayton is a district of the London Borough of Hillingdon to the north of London Heathrow Airport and near Junction 4 of the M4 giving access to the M25. West Drayton benefits from a bus station and a mainline station to Paddington and will be part of the Crossrail project due for completion in 2019 linking the town to Canary Wharf. The journey time to Canary Wharf will be just 37 minutes. Other London stations will include Bond Street, Tottenham Court Road, Farringdon and Liverpool Street. The Grand Union also canal passes through the town and Stockley Business Park with its Championship Golf course, set in 240 acres of rolling countryside, border West Drayton to the east.
The town has number of large convenience stores, fast food outlets and restaurants and there are several public houses including The Railway, The De Burgh Arms, The Six Bells and The George & Dragon. West Drayton also incorporates a conservation area, The Green, where you can find number of listed buildings including Drayton Hall, Southlands Art centre and The Gatehouse, a Tudor Grade II listed building built circa 1550.
Founded in 2004, Stockley Academy is a coeducational secondary school in the area and there are a number of Primary schools including St Catherine"s faith school, Cherry Lane Primary and West Drayton Primary. There are also a number of bus routes and the 222 runs regularly through the town connecting West Drayton to Sipson, Uxbridge, Heathrow Airport, the Bath Road and Hounslow.
Historically, in 939 the area was known as Draegtun, meaning 'farmstead at or near a portage or slope used for dragging down loads', or 'farmstead where drays or sledges are used'. It is recorded as Draitone in the 1086 Domesday Book, and as Westdrayton in 1465.