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image  Copse Wood Way, Northwood, HA6

image ££2,000,000

image 4 BEDROOMS
image Sold (Freehold)

Property Description

A classic detached family home sat within an impressive plot approaching 1/2 of an acre (dimensions taken from pro map) situated on the popular Copsewood estate. Offering well balanced accommodation set over two floors this delightful home manages to blend a contemporary finish with the original aspects of the property throughout, a particular feature of the home is the modern kitchen/family room that overlooks the meticulous rear garden.

The carriage drive provides off street parking for several vehicles whilst the double garage provides further secure parking. The property also offers potential for further extension subject to the usual planning permissions and consents. Internal viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this fine home.

Northwood provides a range of shopping facilities, a Waitrose supermarket, restaurants and the Metropolitan Line Station providing access to Baker Street and the city beyond. The area has a range of both private and state schools. Places of worship and recreational facilities are also well catered for in the surrounding area and major motorway links to M25 and M1 are nearby.

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