Harman Court (Ref:1065)
A superb one-bedroom Shared Ownership is now available in this landmark development at Rectory Park, Northolt. Nestled within London’s Green Belt and surrounded by the Rectory Park Estate is a development that combines the character of London living with the reassuring pace of suburban life.
This perfect first time home, has an open plan kitchen, living, dining area that has been designed to make the most of the natural light. The apartment is well equipped for modern living. The kitchen includes a gas cooker and a fridge/freezer. The washing machine is stored in the private entrance hall. The apartment located on the first floor, has a double bedroom with fitted wardrobe and carpet. The apartment has a good-sized modern bathroom. The apartment also has a wooden decked balcony in order to enjoy some private outdoor space. There is parking to the rear of the development, which is operated on a first come, first serve basis.
The apartment was built approximately six years ago, with lift access to your apartment.
- Fitted white kitchen which leads out to balcony.
- Laminate flooring
- Contemporary bathroom white with chrome fittings. Screen and shower over bath
- Fitted carpet and wardrobe to double bedroom
- Video entry phone
Rectory Park has undergone a spectacular regeneration and there is so much to enjoy, not only in your apartment, but in the surrounding area. If you enjoy the open space, a short walk away is Northala Fields, with fishing lakes, a park cafe, adventure playground, and a perimeter path that leads around Northolt and Greenford Countryside Park. For something a little quieter, why not explore the Grand Union Canal. The canal provides an idyllic setting for fishing or walking.
Buses stop right outside the development, the Central line tube (Northolt) whisks you quickly into the West End and City, along with the District Line (Ealing Broadway), the Overground (Northolt Park) and the A40. You’re directly linked to all that London has to offer.
Slightly further afield in Greenford, Southall and Ealing you can explore the large number of traditional pubs and places to eat as well as places to shop.