We have a great massive space available for the right person to be a guardian to live in the environmentally friendly area of Greenford. It is going for a mere £350pcm all inclusive of utility bills and council tax!
The property details including photos can be found here: Greenford
Contact us today so you don’t miss out on this spectacular summer offer!
Situated in the London Borough of Ealing, Greenford is a lovely area where more and more people who want to make savings on their living costs are signing up to live.
You can walk in the footsteps of the numerous famous people who lived in Greenford before, such as C. J. Allen (1862–1956), a figure in the New Sculpture movement; Tennis player Blanche Bingley (1863–1946), six times women’s singles champion at Wimbledon; Model Jourdan Dunn; Pop singer Elyar Fox; Comedian Freddie Frinton (1909–1968); Jack Good, pioneering music TV producer with links to artists including the Beatles and the Monkees, was born in Greenford; Singing sisters the Nolans attended the Cardinal Wiseman School in Greenford; Drummer Doug Sandom, Keith Moon’s predecessor in rock band the Who, lives in Greenford and Lieutenant General Sir William Thornton (1779–1840), a leader of the Light Brigade, lived in Greenford.
Greenford has three stations: Sudbury Hill station, on the Piccadilly Line. Greenford station, on the Central line. Greenford station, on the First Great Western. South Greenford railway station, on the First Great Western. The A40 also serves the local area for those who have their own transport.
These make it easy to access the centre of London (only 28 minutes to Oxford Circus) and the area is well served for accessing all of London for work purposes.
There are numerous wonderful places to go to in Greenford such as Greenford Heritage Centre: a cornucopia of British-made domestic paraphernalia of 20th century is on display – a variety of household items that were commonly found in British homes and gardens in the past; London Motorcycle Museum is the capital’s only motorbike museum, with a display of around 60 exhibits and now have around 200 exhibits on display; Hoover Building; Museum of Asian Music; Pitzhanger Manor Gallery and House; Questors Theatre and Wharncliffe Viaduct.
The grounds of the former Ravenor Farm has become Greenford’s largest park. It is the venue for the annual Greenford Carnival, which is held every July.
The most prominent landmarks in the suburb are Horsenden Hill, 279 feet (85 m) above sea level; the small Parish Church of Holy Cross (14th century); and Betham House, built by Edward Betham (c. 1780).
Our guardians have created a welcoming community in our building who are a good mixture of key workers such as nurses and doctors. We also have a computer scientist, a planning engineer and a team leader for a very large but ethical company. So there is a great mix of different personalities for stimulating conversation. They are all good working people looking for the right person to join them as a property guardian.
If you want to take advantage of this rare opportunity to join a close-knit property guardian community in Greenford please contact me today to arrange a viewing.
Interesting facts about Greenford:
- Greenford is considered to be birthplace of the modern organic chemical industry. It was in William Perkin’s chemical factory in North Greenford, by the Grand Union Canal, that the world’s first aniline dye was discovered in March 1856. Perkin called his amazing discovery ‘mauveine’. Today there is a blue plaque marking the spot in Oldfield Lane North, just south of the Black Horse Public House. The former Rockware glassworks on the canal is commemorated by Rockware Avenue.
- Greenford contains a vibrant multi-ethnic community living mainly in 1930s and 1950s houses, maisonettes and flats. There are local schools and churches for all major denominations and extensive shopping facilities where both modern and traditional tastes are all catered for. There is a strong community feel in Greenford as it meets the needs of a diverse population and still manages to keep the village feel.