2 bedroom apartment for saleThe Boiler House, The Old Vinyl Factory, Blyth Road, Hayes, UB3
- Completion due End of January 2018
- Fifth Floor
- Private Balcony
- 687 sq ft
- Landscaped roof garden
- 0.5 Miles to Train Station
- Parking available at an additional price
With the clock ticking to Crossrail's launch of the Elizabeth Line in 2018, Hayes has been tipped as a property hotspot for further growth over the next few years. What better opportunity than to purchase within the regeneration site of the Old Vinyl Factory, the centre of the record making universe in the Sixties.
Located on the fifth floor of the exciting new development, The Boiler House, part of the exciting Old Vinyl Factory Regeneration in Hayes. This contemporary apartment offers 687 sq ft, with bright and modern open plan living area with wooden floor and dining area, sleek kitchen with integrated appliances, large private balcony, high quality modern bathroom with luxurious raincloud shower, and two spacious double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes.
The Old Vinyl Factory regeneration scheme, formerly the EMI and HMV headquarters, will be home to more than 630 apartments with commercial and leisure facilities including a museum, live music venue, cinema, restaurants, shops and bars.
Due for completion February/March 2018
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