Available to the market with no onward chain, is this delightful two/three bedroom, extended bungalow offering further scope to extend (STPP). This property has been well maintained throughout the years and would benefit from minor cosmetic updating to unlock its full potential.
The ground floor comprises a welcoming entrance porch and hallway leading to all the main living areas. There is a generous, rear aspect lounge/dining room with a feature fireplace and access to the rear garden, a kitchen offering a range of fitted units, a utility area and a study that can alternatively be utilised as a bedroom. Completing the ground floor is a double bedroom and a family bathroom. To the first floor there is a further double bedroom, a shower room and generous eaves storage space. The property further benefits from a workshop / outbuilding accessible via the front and rear of the property.
Externally the property boasts a well-maintained rear garden that is laid to lawn with established shrubs and hedges, and a patio area with an open plan aspect allowing you to enjoy views over the allotments. To the front there is a small lawn with manicured hedges, and a driveway/car port providing off-street parking.
Situated on Cuckoo Hill Road, off West End Lane, one of the most desirable roads in Pinner. The property is just a short distance from Pinner high street and a variety of shopping facilities, restaurants, coffee houses and popular supermarkets. For commuters, nearby Pinner station offers a regular service into London via the Metropolitan Line, with Hatch End station just a short distance away, offering the Overground. There are also a number of local bus routes in the area.
The area is well served by local primary and secondary schooling including West Lodge Primary School, children's parks/play area's, and recreational facilities including Pinner Memorial Park nearby.
Local Authority: London Borough of Harrow
Council Tax: Band F
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band D
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