A stunning bespoke family home offering over 8,100 sq.ft of accommodation set over four floors, recently constructed by Baufritz. The ground floor is accessed via an attractive entrance hall with galleried landings and a glass atrium continuing up to the roof level. From the hallway, double doors lead through to a large open plan sitting/dining room with wood burning stove and bi-fold doors accessing the patio seating area and rear garden. The comfortable drawing room has two large glass doors to the front aspect, as does the study which also benefits from fitted shelving and storage. The kitchen/dining area is fitted with a range of bespoke Smallbone units with a central island feature, wine store, two double ovens and a range of miele and gaggenau integrated appliances with patio doors to the garden and a separate utility area. The vast basement area comprises a gym, bedroom 6 with shower room, plant room and a very large entertainments/cinema room. To the first floor there is a master bedroom suite with two dressing areas, an ensuite bathroom and doors to the terrace overlooking the rear garden. There are two further bedrooms both with ensuite shower rooms and walk-in wardrobes and there is also a laundry room on this floor. To the second floor are two further bedrooms, both with ensuite facilities. The gated front entrance opens to a large paved driveway providing ample off street parking and a detached double garage. The South West facing rear garden has an extensive paved patio seating area, part of which is covered and steps down to a lawned area screened by a variety of trees and shrubs.
Sandy Lane is conveniently located for both Northwood and Moor Park shops, restaurants and the Metropolitan Line train stations. Rickmansworth and Watford's town centres are also accessible offering a further wide range of shops and restaurants. The local area is well served for state and private schools, which includes Merchant Taylors Junior and Senior Schools which are both on the estate. 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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