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image  Temple Gardens, Moor Park


image ££4,650,000 Guide

image 5 BEDROOMS
image 4 RECEPTIONS
image 4 BATHROOMS
image Under Offer (Freehold)

Features

 FOUR RECEPTION ROOMS
 KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
 MUSIC/CINEMA ROOM
 CLOAKROOM
 MASTER BEDROOM SUITE
 FOUR FURTHER BEDROOMS - THREE WITH ENSUITE FACILITES
 INDOOR SWIMMING POOL COMPLEX
 GARAGE FOR SEVERAL VEHICLES
 PLOT OVER OVER 2 ACRES
 MAGNIFICENT VIEWS

Property Description

Built in the grounds of where Lord Anson’s original Temple of the Winds once stood, this beautiful home occupies a secluded plot of over two acres with views across the lake and trees to Moor Park Mansion beyond.

Approached by a long private driveway, the house comprises an entrance hall with guest cloakroom, double doors through to a generous sitting room with triple aspect windows and stone fireplace surround, through to a music/cinema room and indoor swimming pool with changing facilities. Also accessed from the main entrance hall is a sun room with views over the lake, a study with fitted bookcase, formal dining room with bay window to the rear aspect and a large kitchen breakfast room finished in a traditional style with solid oak cabinets, island, integrated appliances and Range oven. Internal doors from the kitchen also access the boiler room and garage. There are two staircases serving the first floor, where there is a master bedroom with dressing room and an ensuite comprising of a bath, shower cubicle, wc and His & Hers wash basins. There are four further double bedrooms, three of which have ensuite bath or shower rooms, all have stunning views to the front or rear aspects.

The beautiful landscaped rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with sloping pathways, surrounded with mature shrubs and trees creating a very private space in which to relax or entertain. The large frontage rolls down towards Temple Gardens and across to the edge of the lake. A long private driveway leads to a courtyard providing ample off street parking and access to the garage large enough to house six vehicles.


MOOR PARK CONSERVATION AREA
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.

LOCATION
Temple Gardens is just a short walk from the Moor Park Mansion Club house approached by a meandering road through the golf course and situated within green belt & the conservation area of the Moor Park Private Estate. Moor Park Metropolitan Line has direct access to central London and The City by train and is also well served by motorways, recreational facilities and several private and state schools. 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 school. Major motorways and airports are also within reach.


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