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image  Thirlmere Gardens, Northwood, HA6

image ££350,000 Offers in excess



Property Description

A two double bedroom house positioned in a popular residential cul de sac conveniently positioned for both Northwood and Rickmansworth with their transport links and shops, restaurants and supermarkets. To the ground floor is a spacious lounge/dining room with access to the rear garden, there is also oak wood flooring throughout the ground floor. The kitchen is fitted with a range of cream wood effect units with ample storage space and room for various appliances. To the first floor are two double bedrooms, one with a range of fitted wardrobes and a modern family bathroom with the benefit of both a bath and shower. To the rear of the property is an easily maintained garden with a small patio area. The main part of the garden is graveled, with a box hedge border and a variety of shrubs. There is also a garage and a small front garden.

Northwood provides a range of shopping facilities, a Waitrose supermarket, restaurants and the Metropolitan Line Station providing access to Baker Street and the city beyond. The area has a range of both private and state schools. Places of worship and recreational facilities are also well catered for in the surrounding area and major motorway links to M25 and M1 are nearby.


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