A fantastic opportunity to acquire a four bedroom, three bathroom, semi-detached townhouse that has been beautifully maintained by the current owner, and offers well-appointed interiors across three floors, perfect for growing families.
The ground floor comprises an entrance porch and hallway with a guest WC. There is a front aspect reception room that is currently utilised as the dining room, and a generous rear aspect kitchen/breakfast room offering a well-equipped kitchen area, plenty of room for a dining table and chairs, and a pantry. Completing the ground floor is a conservatory off the kitchen. To the first floor there is a spacious landing providing access to a second reception room that boasts a Juliet balcony overlooking the garden, a good size double bedroom with a lovely en-suite shower room, and a useful utility room. The second floor hosts the family bathroom along with three further double bedrooms, one front aspect with a four-piece en-suite, and two rear aspect with one boasting fitted wardrobes (currently used as a dressing room).
Externally the property offers a beautifully maintained garden that is laid to lawn with established shrubs and flower beds, with a patio area for outdoor dining in the summer months. To the front there is off-street parking available and a garage.
Situated on a quiet close off Cannon Lane, this property is just a short distance from Eastcote high street and a variety of shopping facilities, restaurants, coffee houses and popular supermarkets. Alternatively, Rayners Lane and Pinner can also be found close by, For commuters, the Metropolitan and Piccadilly Line can be accessed at Eastcote and Rayners Lane station, as well as there being a number of local bus routes. The area is well served by primary and secondary schooling, children's play area's and recreational facilities including Roxbourne Park just a stone's throw away.
Local Authority: London Borough of Harrow
Council Tax: Band F
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band D
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