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Residing in the Lovely Ickenham
Ickenham is a part of the London area of Hillingdon in Greater London. The main postcode in the area is UB10. This region has areas that actually date back to the Roman times from recent archeological findings. There are buildings here, that date back to the 14th, 15th and 16th centuries, and have recently been restored to their former glory. Ickenham is a village and has grown over the years, especially since the railway line between Harrow and Uxbridge, opened in the 1960’s and 1970’s. This made it easy to access London, so a large amount of residential areas were built due to the easy commuter links to the city. It has been gradually developed and has become an attractive location to live. Ickenham is a lovely village and surrounded by lovely landscape. It has some stunning buildings with a long historical past. The village is well set up and has some beautiful manor houses. There is a lot of historical landmarks located here, including the most significant - the Pump, a donation to the village and stands near to the village pond between Long Lane and Swakeleys Road.