Originally known as the 'White Cottage; this unique and charming property is bursting with character and offers original, distinctive features throughout. Built in the 1920s, the property occupies a generous plot with an imposing frontage and a sizeable garden, offering substantial scope to extend (STPP). The Avenue is one of Hatch End's most desirable roads and is ideally situated for local amenities, schools and transport links, perfect for families.
The ground floor comprises a reception hall featuring an exposed brick fireplace and stained-glass windows. A set of double doors lead to a hallway providing access to a galley-style kitchen which offers a range of base and eye level units with an integrated oven. There are three generous reception rooms, a large lounge with a feature fire place, an adjoining reception room that is flooded with natural light which overlooks the garden and a dining room boasting original stained-glass windows, a further feature fire place, and dark wood wall panelling. Completing the ground floor is a guest cloakroom.
To the first floor there are three good size bedrooms all benefiting from a wash basin, two of the three bedrooms boast fitted wardrobes, and the master bedroom has an en-suite WC. There is also a front aspect study and a four piece family bathroom.
Externally this fantastic home has a sizeable rear garden that is laid to lawn with well maintained hedges, a patio area for outdoor dining in the summer months, and a greenhouse. To the front there is a large driveway providing off-street parking for multiple cars, a manicured lawn with mature hedges, and a garage.
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Situated on a sought-after road just moments from Hatch End and a variety of boutique shops, restaurants, coffee houses, popular supermarkets. For commuters, there are excellent transport links nearby including numerous local bus links, the Overground at Hatch End rail station, and the Metropolitan Line at nearby Pinner tube station.
The area is well served for primary and secondary schooling, children’s parks/playgrounds and recreational facilities.
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