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image  Myrtleside Close, Northwood, HA6


image ££270,000 Guide

Features

 ENTRANCE HALLWAY
 KITCHEN
 LIVING/DINING ROOM
 ONE BEDROOM
 ONE BATHROOM

Property Description

Offered to the market with the benefit of no onward chain is this purpose built one bedroom duplex maisonette situated in a quiet cul de sac conveniently positioned with close proximity of Northwood town centre. The property has been well maintained by the current owners and will appeal to first time buyers and investors alike. The property comprises of an entrance hall way, to the first floor is a living/dining room, separate kitchen and storage. To the second floor is a double bedroom and spacious bathroom with full suite and storage.

Northwood provides a range of shopping facilities including Waitrose supermarket, a variety of restaurants and other amenities with the Metropolitan Line station providing access to Baker Street and the City. There is a plethora of state and private schooling together with a wide choice of recreational facilities, which include golf courses and fitness centres. The M1, M40 and M25 motorways are also accessible.


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