- Character Cottage
- Village Conservation Area
- Well Presented Home
- Pretty Rear Garden
- Stylish Interior
- Lifestyle Choice
- Gas-fired Central Heating
- Freehold Property
- Planning Consent for Attic Conversion
- 10 Miles from London
This sweet cottage is a true delight, quirky and very well presented in a quiet backwater within the Village Conservation Area. A private suntrap walled garden, open-plan living space with new Karndean flooring and planning consent to convert the attic all add to this Freehold property's appeal.
A favoured end of terrace property, recent renovations to this character-filled home include new decor and a feature fireplace, recent new kitchen white goods and a new boiler installed in 2023. With high-quality fixtures and fittings, bespoke shelving and double glazed windows, it is ready to enjoy.
Upstairs is the large master bedroom with fitted wardrobes, bathroom and a single size second bedroom. Planning Consent granted in 2022 under Planning Ref; P/2271/22 provides the opportunity to convert the attic space to a second double bedroom with plenty of eaves storage, whilst utilising the existing second bedroom as a useful study space.
Outside, the pretty rear garden is a lovely space and the charming location within Wellington Terrace will suit those looking for a tucked away position in this unique area.
When you buy within the village you acquire so much more than a home, as the location provides daily delights and is often described as an oasis due to the peaceful, friendly and cohesive atmosphere. From this property you can walk through green spaces all the way to the Metropolitan Underground/Chiltern Line station. The Castle Pub just around the corner is a true gem, with independent coffee shops and cocktail bars to hand on the High Street. There is also a local convenience store and an excellent Waitrose supermarket at the foot of the Hill.
THE ACCOMMODATION (See Floorplan for Room Sizes)
Open-Plan Living & Dining Room
Private Walled Rear Garden
On-street. A CPZ (residents permit parking scheme) operates locally, Mon-Fri 10-2.
OUT & ABOUT
• Harrow on the Hill is a delightful and unique Conservation Area within an attractive, accessible and leafy residential suburb of NW London.
• Often referred to as an “oasis”, the Hill is a calm and peaceful historic village, separated by its steep topography from the surrounding area.
• Excellent rail transport links, with Harrow on the Hill station providing fast access to London on both Underground and Overground lines.
• Metropolitan Line 20 minutes to Baker Street/35 minutes to Aldgate. Chiltern Line 17 minutes to Marylebone.
• Piccadilly Line from South Harrow also gives great options across London, including 45 minutes to Covent Garden and 43 minutes to Heathrow via Turnham Green.
• Local shops include a nearby Waitrose Supermarket, a choice of other major supermarkets and 2 covered shopping centres in Harrow.
• Major road links nearby include the A40(M), M25, M40 and M1. All the London airports are conveniently within reach.
• Education - The area is renowned for its standard of education, with a choice of state, private and church schools including St Anselms Catholic Primary School. The former PM, Sir Winston Churchill was educated here, at Harrow School.
• Leisure and Recreation - Harrow has a multi-screen Vue Cinema, an abundance of parks and open spaces, cultural centres and sporting facilities including golf courses.
• Dining and Entertaining - There are many options throughout the Borough, with Harrow on the Hill featuring independent coffee shops, cocktail bars and a choice of pub restaurants.
EPC Rating: 55/D
W3W Address: noting.feeds.stones
Planning Consent: London Borough of Harrow Planning Ref; P/2271/22, provides the opportunity to convert the attic space to a second double bedroom with plenty of eaves storage, utilising the existing second bedroom as a study/utility space.
Council Tax Band: D (Harrow London Borough Council )