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image  Pegasus Court, 194 Horn Lane, Acton, W3

image ££210,000

# RES0010082BF

image 1 bedroom
image 1 reception
image 1 bathroom
image For Sale (Leasehold)


 Exclusive retirement home
 Secure allocated parking
 One double bedroom
 Communal gardens
 Lift access
 Full wheelchair access
 No chain

Property Description

A beautifully presented one double bedroom apartment exclusive for those over 60 years old. This property boasts lift access, full wheelchair access, a large communal gardens and off road secure parking. This larger than average second floor retirement home boasts uPVC double glazing over looking the pretty communal gardens and electric heating and allocated secure gated parking. It is situated off Horn Lane, central to Acton W3, within moments of Acton Mainline Station, and the forthcoming Crossrail station. The block benefits from assist emergency call service, on site manager, communal lounge, visitor suite and laundry. VACANT - NO FURTHER CHAIN.


Acton is in the London Borough of Ealing, in west London and we are experiencing a huge shift in people moving out of Central London to Acton given th... read more.

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