Available for the first time in over 50 years, Robsons are proud to present this characterful Edwardian home situated on one of Hatch End's / Pinner's most exclusive roads. This stunning property is completely surrounded by attractive gardens which provides an extraordinary level of privacy. The 0.49 acres (approx) include an extensive lawn, a large prize-winning ornamental rose garden, and a south-facing vegetable garden. Untouched since 1969, this grand accommodation is perfect for a large family that is ready to remodel a property to create their ideal home. The property retains its period features such as the wide, oak staircase, oak beams and brass door handles throughout. There is a large loft space as well as a garage which was a former coach house, offering potential to extend / renovate to create additional living space.
The ground floor comprises a large reception hall allowing access to a spacious lounge featuring an Adam-style fireplace, a guest cloakroom with ample storage space, and a generously-sized dining room that overlooks the flood-lit garden pond. Completing the ground floor is a south-facing kitchen / breakfast room that is flooded with natural light, and has the potential to be extended. To the first floor there are four large double bedrooms with one benefitting from an en-suite shower room, and a family bathroom.
The home forms the larger part of a brilliantly-divided mansion, offering more privacy than most detached houses.
Located on a private road in Hatch End, Pinner just moments from both Hatch End and Pinner high streets where you can find a variety of shopping facilities, restaurants and coffee houses. For commuters there are excellent transport links nearby with the Metropolitan line available at Pinner station, alternatively the Overground services are available at Hatch End, both providing regular links into the city. The area is well served by local primary and secondary schooling, children's play areas, and recreational facilities.
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