Retirement Properties in Middlesex

Ickenham is mentioned as Ticheham in Domesday its name deriving from 'Homestaed or village of a man called Ticia'. Situated in the northeast corner of Middlesex close to Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire it remained very much a village until after the First World War when it was gradually overtaken by the expansion of London. Today Ickenham is an extremely attractive leafy suburb in North West London popular with the retired and has some fine old buildings including an attractive old moated manor house and Swakeleys, with its ornamented chimney stacks is a renowned Dutch-gabled Jacobean Manor. Ickenham Underground station is on the Metropolitan and Piccadilly Line. 

Church Place is situated off Austin Lane in Ickenham and consists of 25 flats and houses in a courtyard setting close to shops. Originally a farmyard behind the village pond this very attractive retirement development was completed in 1995. Click on the link below to find out more:

Church Place – Ickenham

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