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image  Buttsmead, Northwood


image ££1,000,000 Offers in excess

Property Description

Positioned in a pleasant cul-de-sac within the popular Copsewood estate, this attractive detached four bedroom family home is offered to the market with the benefit of no onward chain. Having been in the same family for the past several decades this home is perfect for those looking to put their own stamp on a home. The property offers potential to extend subject to the usual planning permissions and consents. The house is set back from the road presenting a front garden and off-street parking in front of the tandem double garden, to the rear is a private garden with an elevated patio area perfect for alfresco dining.

Northwood provides a range of shopping facilities including a 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.

Tenure: Freehold
Local Authority: London Borough of Hillingdon
Council Tax: Band G
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band D


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