A beautifully presented four bedroom, two bathroom semi-detached home, offering generously appointed interiors across three floors creating a haven of space for the family to enjoy.
The ground floor comprises a bright and welcoming entrance hallway with a guest cloakroom, a front aspect reception room with built in display/storage units, a generous home study with fitted storage space, and an impressive open plan kitchen/dining/living room. The Kitchen features sleek and stylish fitted units with integrated appliances and a pantry providing additional storage space. Flowing on from the kitchen is a light-filled dining / reception area with two sets of French doors to access the garden. To the first floor there are two large double bedrooms, a further bedroom and a luxury family bathroom with a walk-in shower. Completing the property is a stunning master bedroom to the second floor that benefits from an en-suite shower room and a large Juliet balcony with bi-folding doors.
Externally the property boasts an attractive, well kept garden that is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area ideal for alfresco dining. There is also a generously sized outbuilding that is currently utilised as a home gym. To the front of the property there is a driveway that provides off-street parking for multiple cars.
Greystoke Avenue is situated off George V Avenue and is perfectly positioned for Hatch End, Pinner and North Harrow, all of which offer a variety of shopping facilities, coffee houses, restaurants and popular supermarkets. For commuters, the Metropolitan line is available at both Pinner and North Harrow station and offers frequent services into London, alternatively the Overground can be accessed at Hatch End or Headstone Lane station. The area is well served by local primary and secondary schooling (Pinner Park & Nowerhill - OFSTED Outstanding), children's play areas and recreational facilities.
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