A beautifully presented five bedroom, four bathroom detached family home, ideally located in the highly sought after Moor Park private estate. The property has undergone extensive refurbishment in recent years, offering a spacious and versatile interior, making this an ideal purchase for a multi-generational family. The ground floor has underfloor heating throughout and comprises an entrance hall with guest cloakroom, lounge, dining/family room, orangerie/garden room, kitchen, utility room and a double bedroom with an ensuite shower room. On the first floor is an open landing, accessing four double bedrooms, two of which have the benefit of their own ensuite bathrooms, the other two bedrooms are served by a Jack and Jill bathroom. Outside, the east facing rear garden extends to approximately 150 feet in length and is mainly laid to lawn with mature shrub and flowerbed borders and has a spacious covered decked area ideal for entertaining. The carriage driveway at the front provides ample off street parking.
The property is conveniently located and being within walking distance for Moor Park shops, restaurants and the Metropolitan Line train station. Northwood and Rickmansworth town centres are also accessible and offer a further wide range of shops and restaurants. Major motorways and airports are also within reach. The local area is well served for state and private schools, which includes Merchant Taylors' Prep and Senior Schools, which are both on the estate. Leisure facilities include; five golf courses, cricket and football clubs as well as fitness centres.
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 inquiries 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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