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Its out with the old for buyers in Eastcote

15th July 2009 Print
Its out with the old for buyers in Eastcote Home-owners hoping to move up the property ladder are taking advantage of an innovative ‘house swap’ scheme now available on selected homes at George Wimpey’s Sandringham development in Eastcote.

The part-exchange programme enables customers to make a quick and easy move to a new home without all the time and hassle of having to market their current property or pay estate agent’s fees – instead, George Wimpey will simply purchase their existing home from them.

Currently available on the delightful four-bedroom ‘Wardour B’, which boasts a beautiful ‘Arts and Crafts’ style architectural design, potential part-exchangers are urged to get in touch early to avoid disappointment.

Priced £404,995, the ‘Wardour B’ is ideal for family living, with a beautiful kitchen/dining room at its heart which opens through French doors to the private rear garden. The ground floor is completed by a fourth bedroom/study and a cloakroom off the entrance hallway.

Upstairs, the first floor landing leads to a light and airy living room, a main bathroom and a third bedroom with a feature balcony. The top floor comprises the master bedroom with a well-proportioned en-suite and a second bedroom also with en-suite facilities. Outside there are two allocated parking spaces.

Each home at Sandringham is finished to a high standard specification, including gas central heating, double glazing and a fitted kitchen with built-in oven, hob and stainless steel hood and appliances, and downlighters and ceramic floor tiles to add a contemporary feel to kitchens and bathrooms.

Sandringham lies within 19 acres of landscaped grounds between Ruislip and Eastcote High Street, with a new community hall and public open spaces included in the development design.

The superb array of local shopping facilities include a Marks & Spencer and a Waitrose, while a wider choice of outlets can be found nearby at The Chimes Shopping Centre in Uxbridge.

Pubs, restaurants and bars are also within walking distance of the development, the well-equipped High Grove Gym is just around the corner, and the tranquil parkland of Ruislip Common, Park Wood and Ruislip Lido are also within easy reach.

Commuters choosing to enjoy Sandringham’s laid-back lifestyle are well catered for, with the M40 and M25 a 15-minute drive away and direct local bus services to Pinner, Northwood and Ruislip.

The development is also equidistant from East Ruislip, Eastcote and Ruislip Manor stations on the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines, and, only a little further on foot or by road, South Ruislip and West Ruislip stations on the Central Line.

Home-buyers can visit George Wimpey’s Visitor Centre in High Road, Eastcote and the Sales Information Centre and showhomes off Lime Grove, Eastcote. The Visitor Centre and Sales Information Centre are open 10.30am to 5.30pm seven days a week. Further details are also available online at

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Its out with the old for buyers in Eastcote