A magnificent new detached home with a classic exterior, located on a desirable private road within the Moor Park Private Estate. The substantial accommodation is beautifully arranged over 3 floors, designed and built to exacting standards, finished with a stylish interior design and furnished, creating this stunning residence ready for occupation. An impressive entrance hall with oversized Italian porcelain tiled floors and a glass helical staircase finished in stained dark wood, gives access to the fully furnished study, a guest cloakroom and a formal living room. One of the most outstanding feature rooms is the open plan kitchen/dining/family room, which spans the entire width of the house. The beautifully crafted kitchen boasts stone effect cabinets and matching work surfaces with contrasting copper inserts and integrated Miele appliances, whilst floor to ceiling glass sliding doors seamlessly connect the inside and outside. The first floor comprises a principal bedroom with dressing room and ensuite bathroom, three further bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and ensuites, a fifth bedroom and a family bathroom. The versatile second floor could serve as further guest accommodation, a games room, gym, and benefits from a laundry area with Miele washing machine and tumble drier.
Peace and tranquility are never far away, with an abundance of local parks and green open space to choose from Rickmansworth Aquadrome, Ruislip Woods, Common and Lido to name a few. Forming part of the 294 acres of the Moor Park Private Gated Estate, bordering Middlesex and Hertfordshire, surrounded by rolling countryside. There are no less than seven picturesque golf clubs within a few miles, including the esteemed Moor Park Golf Club, with two championship courses and a spectacular 17th century Palladian mansion. David Lloyd’s Riverside Health and Raquet Club is just one option for everyday fitness with excellent gym and fiftness amenities. Renowned Holland & Holland Shooting Grounds provide for clay and rifle shooting in a stunning countryside setting, or head to Stockers Lake for a relaxing spot of fishing. Add to this a choice of local cricket, bowls, tennis and football clubs and there is something for all sport enthusiasts.
Nearby Northwood and Rickmansworth are home to an appealing mix of locally owned shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants, or for more choice Watford is just five miles north with its cosmopolitan shopping district and the extensive Atria shopping centre. Enjoy a night of drama at the Edwardian Palace Theatre, take in a concert at the Colosseum or live music at the Pump House. With Moor Park Station just a short walk away, the West End’s diverse bars and restaurants, designer shops and many theatres, museums and galleries are also easily accessible. The area is exceptionally well served with high achieving state and independent schools, from nursery up to sixth form. The major draw includes St. Helen’s School and Northwood College for girls, Frithwood School and St. Martin’s, St. John’s and Merchant Taylors’ Prep and School for boys. Major motorway links with the M25 (junction 18) at Chorleywood and the M1 and A40 are also accessible.
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