Robsons is pleased to present this first class detached family residence situated on Ickenham’s most exclusive private road, this property has been completed to the highest standard throughout boasting five bedrooms and living accommodation across three impressive floors. To the ground floor is a marble tilled entrance lobby with access to three spacious Georgian styled reception rooms all flooded with natural light from the sash windows, a bespoke kitchen/breakfast room featuring a center island as well as a range of integrate appliances, a study, guest cloakroom and basement. The lower ground floor hosts a substantial open plan entertainment suite complete with a solid granite bar as well as space for seating for a cinema and games area. Further to this floor is a gymnasium, a unique sauna room, utility room and two guest cloakrooms.
To the first floor is a master bedroom suite with French doors opening onto a balcony, a dressing room and a deluxe bathroom. Four further bedrooms can be found on this floor (three complete with en-suites). The property is set on stunning grounds, to the rear of the property is an outdoor fully heated and self-cleaning swimming pool surrounded by a patio area leading to steps onto a well-manicured lawn area featuring trees and shrubbery providing ultimate privacy. Scenic views of the golf course can be seen in the distance. This residence is approached by a sweeping gravel driveway with a grand pillared entrance. Finally, this spectacular home boasts ample off-street parking with the security of electric gates.
The Drive is the most prestigious private road in Ickenham just over a mile from the picturesque village where shops, restaurants and transport links can be found. There are excellent train links which include the Metropolitan/Piccadilly line station at Ickenham and Hillingdon where there is a swift and regular service to Baker Street. There is a good selection of Schooling both state and private.
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