73, COLLEY HOUSE WHITEHALL ROAD, HILLINGDON UB8 2NZ, UK
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Last Sold: AUG 2003
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ProperKey Agent Valuation of this property is £189,950
ProperKey are pleased to bring to the market this delightful one bedroom ground floor flat with patio and garden.
Located closed to Brunel University and Uxbridge Town Centre, this well proportioned one bedroom flat would make an ideal first time buy or an addition to the investor’s rental portfolio.
The accommodation comprises an entrance hallway with entry phone system, leading into a fully functional fitted kitchen with modern appliances and ample space. The kitchen leads to an open plan, airy, spacious lounge/diner with laminate wood flooring throughout.
The main bedroom benefits from a built in wardrobe with mirrored doors.
Externally, the property has a paved patio with a peaceful, secluded garden. There is also resident parking available through Hillingdon Council and an option to rent a garage space if required, ideal for storage.
Colley House is situated on Whitehall Road, which is off The Greenway, on the outskirts of Uxbridge Town Centre and within easy reach of the multiple shopping facilities, restaurants and bars, Brunel University and the Metropolitan/Piccadilly Line Station.
ProperKey Rental Valuation: £1050 pcm
Lease is 93 Years Remaining 125 Years from 1988
Building insurance + Service Charges + Ground Rent = £635.60/Annum
Uxbridge is a suburban town in West London. Situated 15.4 miles west-northwest of Charing Cross.
Being in Zone 6, residents are away from the hustle and bustle of Central London, but they still get the advantage of being a tourist in their own city. Day trips to explore London are great ways to spend the day, but there is also a variety of places to take retreats locally and get away from the chaos of Central London. The Grand Union Canal is one of the many peaceful days out in London, and links Uxbridge to Birmingham, passing through the countryside, towns and villages, and is a great place to go for a walk with the dog, a bike-ride, or an adventure with your friends.
There are two shopping centres in Uxbridge, the Pavillions and Intu Uxbridge, which has a nine-screen cinema. As well as having high-street names, Uxbridge has some local and independent shops, so it's great to find a bargain or an unusual gift. The shopping centres also host different events throughout the year, including a pop-up beach, ping pong tables, and Santa's grotto, all free of charge, making it the perfect day out for the family without a major cost. There's also a family club that offers discounts and exclusive deals, which is free to join.
Brunel University was founded in 1966, and helps bring the Uxbridge community together. Students work and volunteer locally, and represent Uxbridge in competitions against other universities in England, and host events in the local area (both academically and non-academically). The high-standard sports facilities also bring celebrities, such as Usain Bolt who trains at Brunel, to the local area.
Living in Uxbridge means having Heathrow Airport, one of the biggest airports in London, right on your doorstep, so jetting away in the winter months, or escaping to an exotic beach in summer couldn't be easier.