Leas Drive, Iver, Buckinghamshire

OIEO £400,000 Sold STC

  • bedrooms3
  • receptions2
  • bathrooms2

Property Description

This very well presented three bedroom house is situated in the popular road of Leas Drive and offers deceptive and spacious accommodation as the property has a double storey extension to the rear.

Accommodation includes an entrance porch which leads into the hallway, a bright and airy lounge with dining area which are of good size and lead into the kitchen. The extended kitchen/breakfast room offers a range of eye and base level units with integrated appliances plus French doors leading to your garden.

To the first floor the Master bedroom comes with ensuite shower room and there are a further two bedrooms plus the impressive family bathroom which has a panel bath with shower and screen which is all contemporary and modern. Outside, there is also low maintenance front and rear gardens plus garage located in a nearby block.

Located close to Iver Village, which offers a selection of shops and amenities plus local bus links to Uxbridge and Slough. The mainline railway station at Iver and Langley run into London Paddington with journey times of just under 30 minutes. Iver Infant and Junior schools are located nearby and there is a school bus which takes you into Chalfont where Chalfont Community College is located.


Head west on High St/B470 towards Chequers Orchard
Go through one roundabout.Turn left onto Leas Drive and destination will be on the right.










For an appointment to view please contact:

Iver Office
Tel: 01753 650033

We are open:

Monday to Friday
9.00 am to 6.00 pm

9.00 am to 4.00 pm

Sundays at Farnham Common office
10.00am to 2.00pm (includes Viewing Service for all properties)
Tel: 01753 643555

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Please Note: These sales particulars have been prepared by HILTON KING & LOCKE upon the instructions of the vendor(s). Services, fittings and equipment referred to within the sales particulars have not been tested (unless otherwise stated) and no warranties can be given. Accordingly the prospective buyer(s) must make their own enquiries regarding such matters.