Guide Price £340,000 Freehold
Acacia Mews, Harmondsworth, UB7 0AG
2 bedroom Terrace House

Key Features

  • Superb 2 Bedroom Cottage
  • Mews Style Village Location
  • Extremely Well Presented
  • Realistically Priced To Sell
  • Perfect For Heathow / M4
  • Own Drive Parking
  • Double Glazed / Gas Central Heating
  • EPC Rating D / Freehold


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Property Summary

QUALITY 2 BED HOME / MEWS STYLE SETTING: Perfect for those looking for a cosy first home ready to move in to, this realistically priced 2 bedroom home is set in an enviable Mews style location in the sought after Harmondsworth Village.

Extremely well maintained and ideal for the First Time buyer and those not needing to extend, this property is priced to sell and features an enclosed porch into an 'L' shaped lounge/diner, superb fitted kitchen with some integrated appliances, well fitted bathroom with shower mixer taps and double bedrooms with built in wardrobes to main bedroom.

Conveniently placed and offering real easy access to West Drayton mainline station to Paddington on the 350 bus route (Crossrail due 2020) and near the M4/M25 motorway network, this clean and tidy property is also ideal for London Heathow Airport

Internal viewings is essential to truly appreciate and other benefits include low maintenance gardens, block paved parking, visitors parking, double glazed windows and doors and gas central heating.

Ground Floor


Part glazed front door into enclosed porch with built in storage cupboard. Double glazed window to side aspect.

Lounge / Diner

21' 7'' x 15' 4'' (6.6m x 4.7m) ('L' shaped and maximum sizes). Wood laminate flooring, stairs to first floor and a radiator. Double glazed window to front aspect and double glazed doors to garden.


8' 6'' x 6' 10'' (2.6m x 2.1m) Ceramic tiled flooring. Fitted wall and base units with worktops to include a single drainer sink unit, gas hob with brushed stainlesss steel splashback, brushed stainless steel extractor fan hood, electric oven, space for fridge/freezer, plumbing for washing machine and part tiled walls and splashbacks. Double glazed window to rear aspect

First Floor


Fitted carpet and a loft hatch


Ceramic tiled flooring and radiator. White three-piece bathroom suite to include a panel enclosed bath with shower mixer tap, glass shower screen, pedestal hand basin, low level W.C. and tiled walls and splashbacks. Frosted double glazed window.

Bedroom 1

15' 4'' x 11' 5'' (4.7m x 3.5m) (at widest point) Fitted carpet, fitted wardrobes and a radiator. Two double glazed windows to front aspect.

Bedroom 2

9' 10'' x 8' 6'' (3m x 2.6m) Fitted carpet and a radiator. Double glazed window to rear aspect.


Outside Front

Block paved path and block paved off street parking.

Visitors parking bays

Rear Garden

Low maintenance rear garden with areas of pea shingle and slightly elevated patio area. Wood panel fence enclosed.



About Harmondsworth

Harmondsworth 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. Harmondsworth is just south of West Drayton which benefits from a bus station and a mainline station to Paddington which will be be part of the Crossrail project due for completion in 2019 linking West Drayton 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 historic village has a Post Office and two convenience stores, Harmondsworth Primary school and two public houses, The Crown and The Five Bells. Buildings of significant historical interest are The Great Barn, dating back to 1425, a Grade I listed building and a Scheduled Ancient Monument (the largest extant timber-framed building in England) and the church of St Mary which has parts dating back to the 12th century.

Harmondsworth is also home to the international head office of British Airways called The Waterside, and beside the huge office complex is Harmondsworth Moor, an area owned and managed by British Airways that was brought to its current state as part of the process to turn the open land into the complex and surrounding park.

Harmondsworth was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086, its name coming from the Anglo-Saxon "Heremodes worp", meaning "Heremod's enclosure", or Heremundes worş, meaning "Heremund's enclosure". Harmondsworth remains an ecclesiastical parish, with the name first recorded in AD 780 when King Offa granted land to his servant Aeldred.

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