A remarkable Grade II listed period property, designed in 1900 by the late Cecil Brewer, for his cousin Sir Ambrose Heal, of Heals furniture store. Extended in 1908, this fantastic home offers substantial living accommodation across three floors spanning 4790 sq ft, and retains the majority of its original, distinctive features. The property once incorporated a 'Fives' court which is now the conservatory, and where the house derived its name. The property was awarded Grade II listing in 1981, and more recently a blue plaque.
The ground floor comprises a bright, reception hall featuring fitted, bench seating and an original tiled fireplace. There is a boot room that is accessed via the garden that also leads to the reception hall, and includes a guest WC. Positioned either side of the property, are two large reception rooms; the drawing room, flooded with natural light and features two fireplaces, and the sitting room which has a large, curved bay window and an eye-catching fireplace. A dining room leads on from the sitting room and has a unique, feature window and access to the garden, and a walk-in pantry. The kitchen is adjacent to the dining room and leads on to a flower room and a second guest WC. Completing the ground floor is a conservatory, a shower room and a utility room. To the first floor there are five generous bedrooms, all of which retain original features, and two bathrooms. There is also the added benefit of a laundry room and a linen cupboard. The second floor offers a versatile layout offering two further bedrooms, an office and ample storage space. There is also an additional bathroom.
Externally the property is surrounded by beautifully maintained, mature plants and shrubs, as well as a large lawn and a patio area. There are a number of trees and high hedges, that provide a good level of privacy all year round. The property boasts a separate pool house that opens out to the rear garden, and has a 36' swimming pool. To the front there is a carriage driveway leading to off-street parking for multiple cars, and a detached double garage with a store room.
Situated on the highly sought-after Moss Lane, within the heart of Pinner Village, just moments from a variety of shopping facilities, restaurants, coffee houses and popular supermarkets. For commuters, Pinner Station is nearby and offers regular connections into London via the Metropolitan Line. The area is well served by private and state schooling, children's play areas, and recreational facilities.