Located in the quiet suburb of London, Roundel House finds itself in a corner, formed by the streets Acol Crescent, Cranfield Drive, and Station Approach.
As part of Hillington, a large borough in outer London, the new complex is provided with ample green spaces within walking distance. Stonefield Park offers a huge grassy area, where you can take a jog, and a play area for children.
It is worth noting that Acol Crescent is only 4 minutes away from RAF Northolt, a Royal Air Force station used both by military and civilian aircraft. However, perhaps more importantly, Heathrow Airport can be reached in just 14 minutes by Parkway road.
The South Ruislip station, which is 4 minutes away, provides a link between the neighbourhood and the centre of London.
The three-storey complex is stretched along the Station Approach street. The asymmetrical façade is composed of red- and grey-brick sections, protruding from the main body of the building. Roundel House features floor-to-ceiling windows, a collection of spacious cantilevered balconies with straight-line railings, as well as closed glazed balconies, accentuated by thick dark frames. In addition, the residential complex comes with four roof terraces.
Roundel House offers plenty of green space, including a cosy garden at the rear of the building and two communal roof terraces with beautiful plants. Also, the ground floor units come with a private garden. Next to the garden, there is a small play area for children.
The new complex features 35 private off-street parking spaces, including 4 bays for wheelchair users. For bicycle owners, there are two stores that provide room for 20 bikes in total.
Composed of one- and two-bedroom apartments, Roundel House accommodates 33 units in total, including 14 shared-ownership residencies. The apartments range in size from 52 to 80 square metres.
Each unit comes with either a balcony or a terrace, while the ground-floor apartments benefit from charming private gardens and patios.
The open-plan layouts and wide full-height windows maximise the amount of natural light flooding into the living areas.
The contemporary apartments boast the latest high-quality specification with elegant furniture.
Roundel House is a project of Hillingdon Council, which aims to increase the number of dwellings in the borough. The London Borough of Hillingdon is committed to creating perfect conditions for living by building homes and providing supporting infrastructure such as schools, hospitals, and leisure facilities. Its goal is to make the area more attractive to Londoners and tourists.
For more information on Roundel House, please visit the official website of Hillingdon Council.