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image  St. Lawrence Drive, Pinner, Middlesex HA5, HA5

image ££685,000 Guide



Property Description

A well-proportioned two bedroom detached bungalow set in a popular location, overlooking The River Pinn and Eastcote House Gardens. The property comprises a spacious reception room, a characterful dining room and a fully fitted kitchen with a range of storage cupboards. There is also two bedrooms one boasting fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom. Outside is a patio terrace with steps leading down to a mostly laid to lawn garden featuring flowerbeds and trees. Further benefiting the property is a garage and own driveway offering ample off street parking. The property also has the scope to be extended subjected to planning permission.

Pinner and Eastcote can be found close by which enjoys an array of boutique shops, restaurants, coffee houses and popular supermarkets.

Transport facilities include local bus links and the Metropolitan Line at Pinner tube station with the Metropolitan and Piccadilly Lines at Eastcote tube station, both lines provide a fast and frequent service running into the heart of Central London and beyond.

Cannon Lane primary school can be found close by as well as a good selection of other local primary and secondary schools. The area is also well served for children’s playgrounds, recreational facilities and places of worship.


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