A unique grade two listed home that was built in the 17th century and was once occupied by Sir William Perry that offers an abundance of period features that include high ceilings and feature fireplaces along with stained glass windows and stone flooring.
A unique grade two listed home that was built in the 17th century and was once occupied by Sir William Perry that offers an abundance of period features that include high ceilings, feature fireplaces, stained glass windows and stone flooring. The property measures in excess of offers 4500sqft and offers flexible accommodation which could potentially be utilised for alternative uses other than a family home, subject to the usual planning consents. The property is currently set up with three reception rooms, six bedrooms and four bathrooms along with a 23ft barn.
The front of the property benefits from a central pathway with a variety of shrubs and bushes to the borders while to the side there are double gates that lead in to a large area that provides off street parking for multiple vehicles. This area is currently open to the main gardens that are currently laid to lawn.
Uxbridge Road is a convenient road offering access to a number of local amenities including shops, bus/road links, Brunel University, Hillingdon Hospital, Hillingdon golf and cricket club, Stockley Park and a number of schools including Bishopshalt senior school and Hillingdon Primary. Uxbridge town centre with its variety of shops, bars, restaurants and Metropolitan/Piccadilly line train station is located just under a mile away while the A40/M40 and M4 are a short drive away offering access to Heathrow, London and the Home Counties
Local Authority: London Borough of Hillingdon
Council Tax Band: G
EPC Rating: D