An imposing 7 bedroom, 7 bathroom detached family home, occupying a half acre plot in the prestigious Moor Park Estate.
Offering nearly 6400 sqft of accommodation over three well-appointed levels, the ground floor comprises a welcoming entrance hall with guest cloakroom, a spacious lounge, formal dining room and aTV room with internal door to garage. The spacious kitchen is fitted with a range of Oak Shaker style cabinets providing ample storage space with granite worktops over, integrated appliances and a central island feature with seating. To the first floor are five generously sized bedrooms, all with modern ensuite facilities, two are further complimented with dressing rooms. On the second floor are two further spacious bedrooms, both with modern ensuite facilities, plus with a lounge/TV area. The secluded, south facing rear garden extends to approximately 147 feet in length and is mainly laid to lawn with a variety of trees, mature shrubs and flowerbed borders, and a large patio area for outside entertaining. The attractive landscaped frontage has a large block paved driveway providing parking for several vehicles and access to the integral garage.
Main Avenue forms 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 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. 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. This property falls within the Moor Park Conservation Area.
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