Guide Price 270,000 Leasehold
Pembury Court, Harlington, UB3 5ER
2 bedroom Spilt Level Maisonette
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Key Features

  • 2 Bed Split Level Maisonette
  • Convenient Popular Location
  • Spacious Accommodation
  • Double Bedrooms
  • Refitted Kitchen + Appliances
  • Garage + Garden
  • No Service Charges / No Upper Chain
  • Ideal Rental Investment

Location

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Floorplan of Pembury Court, Harlington, UB3 5ER

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Property Summary

SOLD BY CHARRISON DAVIS / SIMILAR PROPERTY REQUIRED: Offering competitely priced and spacious accommodation this substantial 2 double bedroom maisonette is offered for sale with no upper chain and no service charges.

Ideally situated in a High Street location near bus routes to Hayes & Harlington mainline station to Paddington (Crossrail due 2019), the Bath Road and London Heathrow Airport this property is also within easy walking distance of Harlington's shopping facilities and William Byrd school. The M4/M25 networks only a short drive away.

Features include a spacious lounge, re-fitted kitchen with appliances, fitted bathroom, good size double bedrooms and loft space storage.

Perfect for the first time buyer or as a rental investment this propety also benefits from an an 111 year unexpired lease, residents permit parking, private garden and garage (both need attention), double glazed windows and gas central heating.

Ground Floor

Entrance

uPVC front door. Stairs to first floor

First Floor

Landing

Wood laminate flooring, built in cupboard and a radiator.

Kitchen

10' 5'' x 6' 6'' (3.2m x 2m) Ceramic tiled flooring. Fitted wall and base units with worktops to include a single drainer sink unit, ceramic hob, stainless steel extractor fan hood, electric oven, space for fridge/freezer, plumbing for washing machine and part tiled walls and splashbacks. Double glazed window.

Bathroom

6' 6'' x 4' 7'' (2m x 1.4m) Ceramic tiled flooring and radiator. Three-piece bathroom suite to include a panel enclosed bath with shower mixer tap, hand basin, low level W.C. and part tiled walls and splashbacks. Frosted double glazed window.

Lounge

15' 1'' x 10' 5'' (4.6m x 3.2m) Ceramic tiled floor and radiator. Double glazed window to front aspect.

Second Floor

Landing

Fitted carpet, two built in cupoards and loft hatch

Bedroom 1

15' 1'' x 10' 5'' (4.6m x 3.2m) Fitted carpet and radiator. Double glazed window.

Bedroom 2

15' 1'' x 10' 5'' (4.6m x 3.2m) (amximu sizes) Fitted carpet and radiator. Double glazed window.

Exterior

Outside

Private garden, garage in a block and residents permit parking

Tenure

Leasehold: 125 years from 29th September 2004 (approximately 111 years) although Vendors solicitor will confirm exact term remaining.

Service Charge: No service charges although buildings insurance is required (to be confirmed bu Vendors solicitor)

Ground Rent: (to be confirmed by Vendors solicitor)

About Harlington

Harlington is a district of the London Borough of Hillingdon, on the northern perimeter of London Heathrow Airport. The district adjoins Hayes to the north and shares a railway station with the larger district, which is its post town, on the Great Western Main Line to Paddington. The Crossrail project linking the Hayes and Harlington station to Canary Wharf is due to complete in 2019. The journey time to Canary Wharf will be just 34 minutes. Other London stations will include Bond Street, Tottenham Court Road, Farringdon and Liverpool Street.

The village is surrounded by Green Belt land and open fields and also contains a parade of shops to include a Pharmacy, Co-operative Convenience store, Newsagents, a variety of restaurants and fast food outlets and a Post Office. There are also four public houses: The Great Western, The Pheasant, The Wheatsheaf, and The White Hart. The village also boasts two churches, a Baptist church and a Church of England church, St Peter & St Paul's and William Byrd School. The village High Street is also home to the Harlington Locomotive Society and West London Models.

The earliest surviving mention of Harlington appears to be in a 9th-century charter in which land at Botwell in Hayes was said to be bounded on the west by "Hygeredington" and "Lullinges" tree. The first of these must be Harlington; the second has not been identified. The boundary between Hayes and Harlington, which may have been defined by the date of this charter, was later marked by North Hyde Road and Dawley Road.

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