Occupying a plot of approximately 0.38 of an acre in one of Moor Park’s finest roads, this four bedroom detached house offers an opportunity for further extension and modernisation to create a stunning family home. The current accommodation comprises an entrance hall, two reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room, ground ?oor cloakroom and a lean to storage room. To the first ?oor are four bedrooms, one of which has an ensuite bathroom, plus a separate family shower room. The well-maintained secluded rear garden is a feature of this property being approximately 150' in length with mature shrub and flowerbed borders. The attractive frontage is approximately 71 feet wide, with a driveway providing off street parking and access to two garages.
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. Moor Park (1958) Limited is a management company with a primary role to maintain the private roads and open spaces within Moor Park and also to protect and preserve the estate. There is generally an obligation for householders to become members of the Company. Road charges are paid per foot frontage. Current rates are available upon request.
Russell Road is conveniently located for Moor Park shops, restaurants and the Metropolitan Line train station. Northwood, Rickmansworth and Watford's town centres are also accessible offering a further wide range of shops and restaurants. 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.
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