A desirable four bedroom, two bathroom, detached family home offering both character and charm, with well-appointed interiors, an attractive rear garden and off-street parking. This great property enjoys a peaceful yet convenient location, with a choice of local schools and amenities close by, perfect for families.
The ground floor comprises a spacious, inviting hallway with a fitted bookcase and a guest cloakroom. A bay-fronted dining room that flows on to a large lounge with a feature fireplace, and a sun room allowing access to the garden. There is a third reception room, currently utilised as a sitting room/home office, and a well-equipped kitchen offering a range of fitted units, integrated Miele appliances and a breakfast bar. Completing the ground floor is a utility room accessed via the kitchen. To the first floor there are four good size double bedrooms that all benefit from fitted wardrobes and two family bathrooms with one boasting a walk-in shower as well as a bath tub.
Externally the property offers a beautifully presented rear garden that is laid to lawn with a variety of shrubs and flowers. There are two patio areas, perfect for outdoor dining and relaxing in the summer months, and a shed to store tools and garden furniture. The front of the property provides off-street parking and side access to the garden.
Ideally situated on a peaceful, residential road within easy reach of Pinner, Eastcote and Rayners Lane which all offer a choice of shopping facilities, restaurants, coffee houses and popular supermarkets. For commuters, nearby Pinner station provides a frequent service into London via the Metropolitan Line, with Eastcote station providing both the Metropolitan and Piccadilly Line. The area is well served by local primary and secondary schooling, children's playgrounds and recreational facilities, including The Croft just a short walk away.
Local Authority: London Borough of Harrow
Council Tax: Band G
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band E
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