155 Mead Avenue, Langley, Berkshire

OIEO £290,000 Sold STC

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Property Description

An impressive two bedroom split level apartment with its own large private garden, parking and no onward chain!

You enter the property through a ground floor hallway with stairs leading up to the first floor landing. Directly accessed from the landing are the sitting room, bathroom and kitchen. The living room has wood effect laminate flooring and its own balcony, the bathroom has a panel bath with fitted shower screen and the kitchen has a range of fitted units plus electric oven and gas hob.

On the second floor are the two bedrooms which are both double in size. One bedroom has both built in wardrobes and loft access.

Externally the excellent sized garden is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by fencing. The parking space is your own allocated.

The property is within a short walk to Langley Village Centre where there are an array of shops and amenities including a Budgens supermarket. Close by are also Langley Station which is soon to link with the pending crossrail network. The renowned Langley College and a range of excellent schools are also close by.

The M4 motorway only around a 5 minute drive where you can easily reach the motorway network of the M25, M40 therefore offering easy access to London and Heathrow.

The vendor informs us the lease term remaining is 91years with a share of freehold and there is Peppercorn Ground rent. The council tax band is B.




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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.