4 Bedroom Terraced House For Sale
- Recently Refurbished
- Fitted Kitchen
- Ground Floor Bathroom
- Ground Floor Bedroom
- Private Rear Garden
- Off Street Parking
- Situated on the Oak Farm Development
- Potential To Extend (STPP)
ProperKey are delighted to bring to the market this well presented four-bedroom end of terrace beautiful home situated in the Oak Farm area of Hillingdon, within easy reach of Hillingdon Station.
The property is spacious, bright and airy and has recently been painted and refurbished throughout including brand new carpets, fixtures and fittings throughout.
With fresh interiors, this four-bedroom property is perfect for a growing family or professional couple/family as located conveniently for popular primary schools and A40 transport links.
The ground floor comprises a spacious, sunlit reception room, fitted kitchen/dining room, with modern appliances, a bathroom and double bedroom.
The first floor has three good sized bedrooms.
Outside, there is a paved good-sized driveway to the front of the property providing off road parking for 2/3 cars.
The rear of the property boasts an expansive private garden with a beautiful lawn and outdoor patio area, ideal for dining and socialising. The garden also provides gated access to several acres of public footpaths, grass and woodland perfect for enjoying a morning jog or evening summer stroll.
Potential To Extend (STPP)
Lynhurst Crescent is situated off Ryefield Avenue, within easy reach of local shops, schools, Court Park and the London Underground Station. Lynhurst Crescent is located within the county of Greater London which is in the London region of the UK. 14.53 miles West from the centre of London, 14.8 miles South from the centre of St Albans, 16.51 miles North from the centre of Woking and 22.23 miles North from the centre of Guildford.
There are also bus links to Uxbridge College, Brunel University, Hillingdon Hospital and Uxbridge Town Centre.
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.