Esales Property ID: es5553543
Wembley Park London
Price in Pounds £989,000
With its glorious natural scenery, excellent climate, welcoming culture and excellent standards of living, The UK is quickly gaining a reputation as one of the most desirable places across the world to live or visit. On offer here is a chance to make a smart financial investment in this magnificent part of the world. This can be used as a second holiday home or permanent residence given the exclusive location.
Super spacious 3 double bedroom semi-detached family home with a through lounge, a new modern fitted kitchen with a utility area, and a modern bathroom with a separate w.c.The property benefits from double-glazed windows and gas central heating. Other features include off-street parking for 2 cars and also boasts a garage via own drive. Situated within close proximity to Wembley Park. The new Wembley City with its London Designer Outlet and leisure complex and also Wembley High Road all within walking distance.
Sellers view point “A rare opportunity to acquire a much sought after, superior family home in Park Chase, an extremely popular, established Greater London setting, convenient to all amenities including the world-famous Wembley Stadium and ample public transport services. The characterful front façade of the property benefits from ample car parking space and a forward-facing vista over low-rise, bungalow developments, enhancing the feeling of space and with an absence of the usual, city-like sense of enclosure.
To the rear, an excellent, extensive, secluded garden provides an oasis of peace and privacy, enclosed on all sides, close to the heart of the throbbing London metropolis.”.
Park Chase, an elegant, secluded location in the, much sought after, Wembley Park suburb of London,is a street of quality residential properties within a 12 minute train ride to the very heart of our capital city.
The “Chase” properties benefit from the aspect of a low building to both the front and rear of the houses, not dwarfed or overlooked by the high-rise profile of much of London. No 19 is a superior property with a pleasing exterior style and frontage, including a garage, and ample space for multiple-car parking. To the rear is a beautiful, secluded garden from which the world-famous Wembley Arch, although some distance away, magically appears close at hand, establishing an unmistakable sense of location. The area has a full range of essential shopping outlets, and easy access to Airports, the national motorway system, schools, and local bus and train services.
Dimensions: Internally, the property is beautifully proportioned with spacious reception and bedrooms, benefitting from an unusually high element of natural light in all rooms.
Extention Potential: This desirable property offers the possibility of further space enhancement, the integral garage being ideal for the addition of, at least, two further bedrooms or amenity rooms on the first floor (subject to appropriate planning permission). In addition, there is a potential to extend using a loft conversion.
ABOUT THE AREA
Wembley is a large suburb in north-west London, England, 8 miles (13 km) northwest of Charing Cross. It includes the neighborhoods of Alperton, North Wembley, Preston, Sudbury, Tokyngton and Wembley Park. The population was 102,856 in 2011.
Wembley is home to England’s most famous sports destination, but there’s much more to this large north-west London suburb than football. One of London’s most multicultural and diverse communities, the area has seen a tremendous transformation over the last two decades. Wembley is located 8 miles (13km) northwest of Charing Cross. The suburb includes the neighborhoods of Alperton, North Wembley, Preston, Sudbury, Tokyngton, and Wembley Park, and has excellent transport links. There are a fantastic range of amenities, several hospitals, sporting facilities, and green spaces. Plus, there is a good selection of schools.
Wembley was for over 800 years part of the parish of Harrow on the Hill in Middlesex. Its heart, Wembley Green, was surrounded by agricultural manors and their hamlets. The small, narrow, Wembley High Street is a conservation area. The railways of the London & Birmingham Railway reached Wembley in the mid-19th century, when the place gained its first church. Slightly south-west of the old core, the main station was originally called Sudbury, but today is known as Wembley Central. By the 1920s, the nearby long High Road hosted a wide array of shops and Wembley was a large suburb of London.
• 120m2 of living space
• 3 Bedrooms
• 2 Bathrooms
• Stunning Views
• Private Garden
• Private Parking
• Close to essential amenities like such as supermarkets and pharmacies
• Huge potential in the long term rental market or through Airbnb
• Close to many excellent bars and restaurants
• Great base from which to discover other fantastic areas of Wembley
• Many excellent sports facilities, walking and cycling areas nearby
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