Wintons End is a modern five bedroom, two bathroom detached residence, occupying a generous corner plot in the heart of Bushey Heath.
This light and airy home offers an abundance of space for family living, with the ground floor comprising an entrance hall with glass-panelled staircase, guest cloakroom, study, spacious living room flowing through to a playroom with double doors to the rear aspect. Completing the ground floor is a stunning open plan kitchen/dining/family room with central island feature, fitted with a range of white high gloss units, integrated appliances, oak work surfaces and bi-folding doors providing views and access to the rear garden.To the first floor is a master bedroom with a luxurious ensuite shower and WC, plus four further double bedrooms and a modern family bathroom.
Outside, the rear garden extends to approximately 90 feet in length and is mostly laid to lawn with mature shrub and flowerbed borders, a paved patio seating area, ideal for outdoor entertaining, and a brick built shed. The front garden provides off street parking for three vehicles with attractive flowerbed borders.
This prestigious home is conveniently located for all of the local amenities of the High Road of Bushey Heath together with the facilities of Stanmore and Watford Town Centres. Bushey Heath offers excellent transport facilities with links to London and the north with both the M1, M25 and A41 all located nearby. Bushey Mainline Station is in close proximity, providing a frequent and fast service to London (20 minutes). Sporting and recreational facilities are incredibly well catered for in the area with Stanmore cricket and golf clubs situated particularly close by, together with Aldenham Country park and The David Lloyd and Village fitness centres. There are a number of excellent private and state schools in the vicinity including Haberdashers' Aske's, North London Collegiate, St Margaret’s and Bushe Heath Primary School.
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