NEAR TERMINAL 5 / AVAILABLE IMEDIATELY First floor studio flat in a sought after location in Longford Village with bus routes to hotels, Terminal 5 and London Heathrow Airport and giving easy access to the Bath Road and the M25/M4 motorway network.
This spacious apartment features a communal entrance with entry phone system, large studio area and built-in wardrobe, well fitted kitchen with some appliances and a fitted bathroom.
Communal entrance with entryphone system and carpeted stairs to upper floors.
Vinyl flooring, Entry phone system.
7' 10'' x 8' 6'' (2.4m x 2.6m) Vinyl flooring, ceramic tiled splashbacks, washing machine, fridge freezer, electric hob and oven, double drainer sink unit, range of base and eye level units and double glazed window to front aspect.
12' 5'' x 17' 4'' (3.8m x 5.3m) Vinyl flooring, built-in storage cupboard and built-in cupboard. Electric heater and double glazed window to front aspect.
5' 10'' x 6' 10'' (1.8m x 2.1m) Vinyl flooring, part tiled walls, built-in cupboard, 3 piece bathroom suite with a electric shower over, pedestal basin and low level W.C.
Well kept communal grounds
Numbered residents and visitors parking areas.
Longford is a district of the London Borough of Hillingdon, on the north western perimeter of London Heathrow Airport. Longford village is a linear development astride the original Bath Road and as such close to the M25/ M4 motorway networks with the newer Junction 14 of the M25 for Terminal 5 airport roads only.
There are several hotels, a McDonalds fast food restaurant and a petrol service station just on the outskirts of the Village and two Public Houses within the Village centre.
The area is characterized by an historic village core and similar-sized green buffer zones and much of the land surrounding the village of Longford is within the Metropolitan Green Belt.
Many of its buildings are included in the Longford Village Conservation Area which includes seven listed buildings. An old building, Yeomans, which has been subdivided into three flats is listed. Other listed buildings include Longford Cottage, Queen River Cottage and adjoining Willow Tree Cottage and King's Bridge which is the name of the 1834-built main bridge by the very last building at the west end of the (old) Bath Road street, which crosses the nearby siphoned off Longford River, which Charles I had constructed, this feeds Bushy Park and Hampton Court Gardens.
Historically, Longford may be founded on a small Saxon settlement dating from the 5th to 7th century AD. Historic buildings survive from the medieval and immediate post-medieval periods. Limited evidence survives of Roman occupation, though archaeological excavations have revealed two brooches of Roman date.
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