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image  Knoll Crescent, Northwood, HA6


image ££800,000 Offers in excess

Features

 EXTENDED GROUND FLOOR
 TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
 KITCHEN
 GROUND FLOOR WC
 FOUR BEDROOMS
 FAMILY SHOWER ROOM
 DRIVEWAY
 REAR GARDEN
 GARAGE
 1479 SQ FT

Property Description

A spacious detached four bedroom house that has been lovingly maintained by the current owners to provide a modern finish throughout. Positioned in a quiet cul de sac conveniently positioned for both Northwood and Northwood Hills high streets with Metropolitan train line stations and shopping facilities. The current property offers two reception rooms, guest w/c, kitchen breakfast room, four bedrooms and a family bathroom. Externally the property has off street parking and access to the single garage, to the rear is a private and secluded rear garden.

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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