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image  Norman Crescent, Pinner, HA5


image ££2,650 pcm

image 4 BEDROOMS
image 3 RECEPTIONS
image 2 BATHROOMS
image To Let

Features

 ENTRANCE HALLWAY
 THREE RECEPTION ROOMS
 KITCHEN
 UTILITY ROOM
 GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM & WC
 FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS
 THIRD RECEPTION ROOM/FIFTH BEDROOM WITH ENSUITE SHOWER
 FAMILY BATHROOM
 GARDEN
 OFF-STREET PARKING
 UNFURNISHED
 Local Authority: Harrow
 Council Tax Band: F

Property Description

Situated on a popular road within easy reach of both Pinner and Hatch End's amenities is this generously proportioned four bedroom, semi-detached family home. The ground floor comprises of an entrance hallway, a utility room, a large open-plan kitchen/dining room to the rear that provides access to the garden, and a well-equipped kitchen. There is an additional reception room with an ensuite that can also be utilised as a guest bedroom. To the first floor there are four double bedrooms with two benefiting from fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom. The property is offered unfurnished with off street parking.


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