43 Osterley Park View Road, Hanwell, London, W7 2HG
Auction sale - Monday 11th December 2017
Sold for £557,000
Upon the instructions of
- Freehold three bedroom house
- Requiring complete refurbishment
- Rear garden
- Vacant possession
Final Viewing on Wednesday 6 December at 11:00am
The property is well located and lies in Hanwell, a popular area of west London, within a peaceful network of residential roads, that are accessed off Boston Road/Boston Manor Road which connects The A4020 Broadway to the north with the A4 to the south. Both Ealing and Southall are close by with the retail and restaurant facilities of Hanwell within a short walk. Hanwell mainline station and Boston Manor (Piccadilly Line) underground station are the nearest stations. The property is situated on the east side of Osterley Park View Road, close to the junction with Bostonthorpe Road.
The property lies in the middle of a terrace of three two storey brick houses within a network of streets of similar properties. The property is unconverted and is arranged on ground and one upper floor with a single storey extension at the rear. There are three bedrooms and there is an overgrown rear garden and small front garden. The property is in a poor state of repair and requires complete refurbishment. There is access to the rear garden through an alleyway from Bostonthorpe Road.
Refer to the legal documentation
Energy Performance Certificate
|43 Osterley Park View Road||Ground floor First floor||Residential||Front room Middle room Rear kitchen Bath/WC Bedroom One Bedroom two Bedroom three WC|
London Borough of Ealing (Legal Services)
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