This 1930's built end of terrace house has been extended to the side and rear, creating much larger than average accommodation. There is driveway parking, secluded rear garden, three bedrooms on the first floor and a large bedroom with en-suite on the ground floor. Local shops and schools are within a short walk and the central line station is also easily accessible.
The spacious entrance hall has stairs to the first floor and access to the ground floor accommodation. There is a large 'L' shape living/dining room with doors to the garden and another really large room that could be used as a reception room, but has previously been used as the fourth bedroom as there is a nice en-suite shower room. The inner hallway - with ample built-in storage cupboards - leads to the good size kitchen - fitted with a comprehensive range of units and there is a back door leading to the garden.
The first floor landing has access to the large loft space and the two spacious double bedrooms both have fitted wardrobes. There is a third bedroom and also the family bathroom.
Outside, the rear garden offers a high degree of seclusion, with no houses to the rear. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with fencing to the sides and rear. There is a driveway to the front providing multiple off road parking.
Torcross Road is a popular road, close to amenities, The Old Dairy Complex and transport links (Central Line, Metropolitan/Piccadilly tube/Mainline) of Ruislip Manor and South Ruislip. For the motorist the A40/Western Avenue is a short drive providing quick and swift access to Central London and the surrounding Home Counties. The property also falls within the catchment of many of the areas highly regarded schools.