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image  19 Eastbury Avenue, Northwood

image ££625,000 Offers in excess


 Living/Dining Room
 Main Bedroom
 Two Further Bedrooms with Fitted Wardrobes
 Two Bathrooms
 Juliette Balcony
 Communal Gardens
 Chain Free
 First Floor

Property Description

Positioned in on a popular residential road close to the heart of Northwood town centre. This first floor purpose built three bedroom, two bathroom apartment is available to the market chain free. Presented to a modern finish throughout, the apartment has spacious rooms with fitted wardrobes to both the principle and second bedroom. The property also has the benefit of a Juliette balcony accessed from the sitting room that overlooks the communal gardens.

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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