A rare opportunity to purchase this period detached family home occupying a half acre plot on the private Moor Park Estate.
'Pipers' is distinctive 1930’s family dwelling boasting many original features such as leaded light windows, exposed timbers and an Inglenook style fireplace and offers the potential to create a stunning family home. A particular feature of the property is the beautiful South facing rear garden which is mostly laid to lawn and extends to approximately 140' in length. The large frontage with its sweeping carriage driveway provides ample off street parking and access to a double length garage.
The house is located in a leafy, tree lined road, just off Astons Road and within a mile from Moor Park shops, restaurants and the Metropolitan Line train station which offers fast commuter services to Baker Street and The City. Northwood shopping centre is about a mile away and offers a wider range of shops and restaurants and the Metropolitan Line station. Leisure facilities are excellent with five golf courses in the immediate area, the David Lloyd Health & Leisure Club is close by and major motorways and airports are also within easy reach.
This property falls within the Moor Park Conservation Area. We recommend that prospective purchasers wishing to extend or alter this property in any way should make enquiries with Three Rivers Planning Department and also Moor Park (1958) Limited whose approval for alterations and extensions is also required under the covenants of the Estate. Moor Park (1958) Limited is a management company with a primary role to maintain the private roads and open spaces within Moor Park and also to protect and preserve the estate. There is generally an obligation for householders to become members of the Company. Road charges are paid per foot frontage. Current rates are available upon request.
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