A unique detached 4 bedroom house built circa 1895, standing on an unusually wide plot and now requiring full refurbishment. A great opportunity for an experienced buyer wishing to make this spacious and attractive home their own, it is conveniently situated on a quiet no-through road near Harrow town centre and has a large recreation park opposite. A most interesting period property, it retains many character features including some impressive brick fireplaces, cornicing, deep skirtings and high ceilings throughout and offers particularly generous ground floor accommodation with further potential to extend, subject to consent.
Other notable points include an additional large living room which we we understand was constructed circa 1905 for use as a boardroom, explaining the very impressive brick fireplace. There are also 2 further reception rooms and a breakfast room, bringing the total number of living rooms to 4. A spacious kitchen completes the ground floor accommodation, whilst upstairs are 4 bedrooms of varying sizes plus a bathroom and separate W.C.
Outside there is driveway parking to the front and a wide rear garden approximately 50' in length. This is presently overgrown but could of course be cleared and landscaped. The plot is very wide for a property in this central location and the house may offer further possibilities to extend. Please be aware that Yeading Brook runs in an underground culvert to the right, and we suggest consulting your own architect or the local planning department if you wish to establish what may be possible as we cannot advise you on this.
Harrow is an attractive part of North-West London with great connections to the centre of the Capital and an attractive mix of property dating from Edwardian times to the modern day. A vibrant and progressive town, it has 2 covered shopping centres and many High Street stores plus a choice of major supermarkets and leisure facilities including a multi-screen Vue Cinema, restaurants, bars, gymnasiums, parks and the PlayGolf centre at Northwick Park. The delightful Conservation Area of Harrow on the Hill is close by and provides a tranquil contrast, with upmarket coffee bars, restaurants and pubs for entertaining.
Excellent public transport facilities include Harrow on the Hill Metropolitan/Chiltern Line and Harrow & Wealdstone Bakerloo/Main Line stations, both providing fast journey times to the City. The major road network and London airports are also very accessible and the borough is well known for having many highly regarded state, church and private schools. It is an excellent choice for working people and families as there is truly something here for everyone.
Reception Room 1
22'9 (6.93) into bay x 14' (4.27) max
Reception Room 2
16' (4.88) x 13' (3.96)
Reception Room 3
14' (4.27) x 13'2 (4.01)
12'2 (3.71) x 10' (3.05)
13'4 (4.06) x 7'7 (2.31)
13' (3.96) x 17'1 (5.21) max
11'3 (3.43) x 10'8 (3.25)
11'3 (3.43) x 10'8 (3.25
8'6 (2.59) x 6' (1.83)
Parking for one vehicle within the wide frontage.
Presently overgrown, with large concreted patio area to rear and side. Measures approximately 54'9 (16.7) x 49'8 (15.1) max.
Under the Property Misdescription Act 1991 we endeavour to make our sales details accurate and reliable but they should not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact and they do not constitute any part of an offer of contract. The seller does not make any representations to give any warranty in relation to the property and we have no authority to do so on behalf of the seller. Services, fittings and equipment referred to in the sales details have not been tested (unless otherwise stated) and no warranty can be given as to their condition. We strongly recommend that all the information which we provide about the property is verified by yourself or your advisers. Under the Estate Agency Act 1991 you will be required to give us financial information in order to verify you financial position before we can recommend any offer to the vendor.