A charming and luxurious six bedroom, three bathroom detached family residence set on the exclusive and highly desired private Pinner Hill Estate. The property boasts an array of reception rooms to the ground floor with stunning far-reaching views over the properties grounds and swimming pool area. Set in one of London’s most coveted private golfing estates, created approximately 90 years ago and covering 72 acres to include the Pinner Hill Golf Club. The estate comprises 115 established and individual family dwellings nestled in this private gated development surrounded by rolling park and woodland. Charming villages of Pinner and Northwood are just over a mile away and offer a good variety of boutique shops, restaurants and supermarkets. There is a wide range of highly sought after state and private schools nearby together with extensive sporting and social facilities. There are convenient links to central London via The Metropolitan Line (Baker Street in 30 mins approx.) andLondon Overground at Hatch End. Central London is 15 miles distant approximately.* PORCH * ENTRANCE HALL * CLOAKROOM * PLAY ROOM * LIVING ROOM * DINING ROOM * FAMILY ROOM * KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM * UTILITY * STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR * MASTER BEDROOM WITH DRESSING ROOM AND ENSUITE BATHROOM * BEDROOMS TWO AND THREE * FAMILY BATHROOM * STAIRS TO SECOND FLOOR * BEDROOMS FOUR, FIVE AND SIX * EAVES STORAGE * BATHROOM * DOUBLE GARAGE * LARGE REAR GARDEN WITH SWIMMING POOL AND POOL HOUSE * FURTHER OFF STREET PARKING VIA OWN DRIVEWAY * DOUBLE GLAZING * GAS CENTRAL HEATING * FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED/PART FURNISHED Local Authority: London Borough of Harrow Council Tax: Band HEPC Rating: DAvailable: Immediately * Additional Fees apply (For more information about our fees and how they are calculated please contact a member of staff)** Expected share of inventory check out cost = £300inc VAT
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