ONE BEDROOM / INVESTMENT ONLY: This well presented 1 bedroom first floor flat comprises of hallway, reception room, fitted kitchen, bathroom and double bedroom.
This property also benefits from gas central heating, double glazed windows, allocated parking bay, phone entry system and communal garden.
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17' 8'' x 9' 6'' (5.4m x 2.9m) Laminate flooring, radiator and rear aspect double glazed window.
10' 7'' x 6' 6'' (3.25m x 2m) Ceramic tiled flooring. Fitted wall and base units with worktops to include a single drainer sink unit, cooker point, gas hob, space for fridge/freezer, wall mounted boiler and part tiled walls and splashbacks. Double glazed window to aspect.
Tiled flooring. Three-piece bathroom suite to include a panel enclosed bath, pedestal hand basin, low level W.C. and part tiled walls and splashbacks.
12' 7'' x 11' 5'' (3.85m x 3.5m) Laminate flooring, radiator and front aspect double glazed window.
Well tendered communal gardens.
Leasehold: Approximately 148 years although Vendors solicitor will confirm exact term remaining.
Hayes is a town in west London. Historically in Middlesex, Hayes became part of the London Borough of Hillingdon in 1965. Hayes has an abundance of retail parks, shopping centres and a modern leisure centre with swimming pool completed in 2010. Stockley Business Park and Championship Golf course, set in 240 acres of rolling countryside, border Hayes to the west.
Hayes adjoins Harlington which borders London Heathrow Airport to the south and shares a railway station with the smaller district on the Great Western mainline to Paddington. The Crossrail project linking Hayes and Harlington station to Canary Wharf is due to complete in 2022. 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 Uxbridge Road runs directly through the centre of Hayes to Shepherds Bush and the town offers other excellent transport links with the M4/M25 motorway networks being linked via the Hayes-By-Pass to the A40(M) into Central London and M40 to Birmingham.
Hayes has a long history. The area appears in the Domesday Book of 1086.
Landmarks in the area include the Grade II listed Parish Church, St Mary's - the central portion of the church survives from the twelfth century and it remains in use (the church dates back to 830 A.D.)- and Barra Hall, a Grade II listed manor house. The town's oldest public house - the Adam and Eve, on the Uxbridge Road - though not the original seventeenth-century structure, has remained on the same site since 1665.
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