Available for the first time in over fifty years, Tanners is a superb family home providing very flexible accommodation. Comprising of six bedrooms, four bathrooms, four reception rooms, a large open plan kitchen, a conservatory, a double garage and an approximately 150' mature and very private garden backing onto Sandy Lodge Golf Course.
One of the largest and most admired properties on the Eastbury Farm Estate, the house was purchased by the current owners in 1970 and underwent sympathetic extension and modernisation in 2009 transforming it into a very desirable home, perfect for multi-generational family living. Downstairs through the impressive entrance, there are two generous lounges, one on each side of the house. There is a large open plan kitchen, dining room, sitting room and utility, with a second smaller kitchen connecting a breakfast room to the conservatory. The large double garage is currently utilised as a gym. Upstairs are two generous master bedrooms, one with an ensuite bath and large shower, the other will easily convert into a huge Master Suite with dressing room and bathroom. A further four double bedrooms are available, one with ensuite facilities and a second family bathroom. The two staircases enable easy annex potential and provision has already been made to add a staircase to the second floor making it relatively simple to extend the accommodation into the "huge" loft. There is therefore plenty of scope to adapt this property to meet any future requirements of the new owner.
Adjoining Sandy Lodge Golf Course, the rear garden extends to approximately 150 ft in length and is mostly laid to lawn with mature shrub and flowerbed borders, plus a large paved patio area for outdoor entertaining. Boasting an 78 ft wide frontage, a paved carriage driveway provides ample off street parking for several vehicles and access to an integral double garage.
Westbury Road is conveniently located for the Metropolitan Line train station at both Northwood and Moor Park. This train service provides frequent access to central London and beyond. Northwood, Rickmansworth and Watford’s town centres are also accessible offering a further wide range of shops, restaurants, supermarkets and shopping centres. The local area is well served for state and private schools, including Eastbury Farm and Merchant Taylors. Leisure facilities include five golf courses, cricket and football clubs as well as fitness centres. Major motorways and airports are also within reach.
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