A superb five bedroom, extended family home that is situated within walking distance of local amenities, schools and the Metropolitan & Piccadilly Line station, perfect for growing families. This attractive home offers well-appointed interiors across three floors, a stunning rear garden boasting a summer house, and scope to further extend (STPP).
The ground floor comprises an entrance porch and hallway with a guest WC. There is a front aspect lounge with a large bay window allowing in plenty of natural light, a second lounge that leads on to a large conservatory/dining area, and a modern kitchen. The contemporary, open-plan layout offers the ideal space for families and entertaining. To the first floor there are two double bedrooms with on benefiting from fitted wardrobes, a further bedroom with a fitted wardrobe, and a four-piece family bathroom. Completing the property are two additional double bedrooms to the second floor.
Externally the property boasts a stunning, south-westerly facing garden that is laid to lawn and offers three separate patio areas, perfect for outdoor dining and entertaining in the summer months. There are two generous garden sheds for storage and a fantastic summer house to the rear with power, ideal for a games room, gym or home office. To the front there is a driveway providing off-street parking and a garage.
Situated off Abbotsbury Gardens, just off Field End Road, this property is within walking distance of Eastcote high street and a variety of shopping facilities, restaurants, coffee house and popular supermarkets. Alternatively, Pinner and Ruislip are also just a short distance away. For commuters, nearby Eastcote station offers regular links into London via the Metropolitan Line & Piccadilly Line, and there are a number of local bus routes available.
The area is well served by local primary and secondary schooling, children's parks/play areas and recreational facilities
Local Authority: London Borough of Hillingdon
Council Tax: Band F
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band D
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