Occupying a plot of just under a quarter of an acre in one of Moor Park’s most prestigious roads, is this 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom detached family home with views and access to the golf course at the rear. The ground floor comprises an entrance hall with downstairs shower room and WC, four reception rooms, a modern fitted kitchen and a utility room. To the first floor is a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an ensuite bathroom, three further bedrooms, a family bathroom and useful eaves storage rooms. The second floor provides space for a cinema/playroom. Outside, to the front of the property is a carriage driveway providing ample off street parking and access to the integral garage. To the rear the Westerly facing garden comprises a paved terrace, lawn and well stocked borders with a variety of shrubs, trees and rose garden. There is a gate from the garden to the golf course at the rear. Planning permission was granted in November 2015 Reference 15/1897/FUL. We have been advised by our vendor/client that this has been partly implemented and therefore extant (Plans are available to view by appointment at our Moor Park Office). However, any buyer(s) are advised to obtain verification from their own advisers, be that solicitor or surveyor.
Pembroke Road is conveniently located for Moor Park shops, restaurants and the Metropolitan Line train station. Forming part of the 294 acres of the Moor Park Private Gated Estate, bordering Middlesex and Hertfordshire, surrounded by rolling countryside and two championship golf courses. 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.
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.
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