A sizeable five bedroom detached home occupying a generous plot on one of Hatch Ends most premium roads. The property offers generously proportioned interiors, a picturesque garden and scope to extend (STPP).
The ground floor comprises an entrance porch leading to a bright and welcoming reception hall that provides access to all the main living areas including, a generous reception room with adjoining doors to a light-filled, lower level dining room, a well-equipped kitchen / breakfast room offering ample storage space, an integrated oven and access to the utility room, and a guest cloakroom. Completing the ground floor are two large double bedrooms benefiting from fitted wardrobes, and a four piece family bathroom boasting a corner bath as well as a walk-in shower. There is the added benefit of access to the garage via the main hall, which has been created into a room for multiple purposes.
To the first floor there is a spacious landing with Velux windows allowing in plenty of natural light, an impressive master bedroom complete with fitted wardrobes, a dressing area and a generous en-suite, two large double bedrooms with access to eaves storage, and a family bathroom.
Externally the property offers an attractive, picturesque garden that is laid to lawn with well-maintained shrub borders and a patio area perfect for entertaining in the summer months. The garden is approx.200ft in length and backs neighbouring farmland, providing a level of privacy. To the front there is a carriage driveway providing off-street parking for multiple cars.
Situated on a sought-after road just moments from Hatch End and a variety of boutique shops, restaurants, coffee houses, popular supermarkets, and Grimsdyke Golf Club. For commuters there are excellent transport links nearby including numerous local bus links, the Overground at Hatch End rail station, and the Metropolitan Line at nearby Pinner tube station. The area is well served for primary and secondary schooling ( catchement for Watford Grammer) , children’s parks/playgrounds and recreational facilities.
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