Perfect for a commuter, this beautiful one-bedroom home is located opposite Ruislip Manor Tube Station, close to all the shops of the Manor, a gym and much more.
Ruislip Manor is an area of Ruislip in the London Borough of Hillingdon. Predominantly rural land until construction of the metropolitan line halt in 1912, Ruislip Manor was originally owned by King’s College, Cambridge, as a part of the Manor of Ruislip. The railway halt was later rebuilt as a station in 1938 and became Ruislip Manor tube station. George Ball, between 1933 and 1939. Purchased several acres of land to the south of the stations and started to build homes. In 1935, such landmarks as Lady Bankes Primary School, St. Paul’s Church and the Black Bull public house were also constructed.
The main shopping centre of Victoria Road is home to a variety of different restaurants offering many different cuisines, traditional butchers, bars, coffee shops and bakeries. For families, there are many beautiful parks and great local schools. For commuters, Piccadilly Line and Metropolitan Line trains run to and from Ruislip Manor Tube Station straight into central London.