Occupying a generous plot with ample scope to extend, is this attractive four bedroom, three bathroom, detached family home in excess of 2,000 sq.ft. This property is perfectly situated for both Pinner and Eastcote's amenities, as well as a number of local schools and excellent transport links.
The ground floor comprises an entrance porch and hallway with three useful store cupboards and a guest cloakroom. There is a generous, triple aspect living room with an exposed brick feature wall and sliding doors to access the garden, a separate dining room, and a study. Completing the ground floor is a stylish kitchen/breakfast room offering ample storage space, a breakfast bar and space for a dining table & chairs. There is also sliding doors opening out to the garden, perfect for entertaining in the summer months.
To the first floor there are four well-appointed double bedrooms all benefiting from fitted wardrobes, with two boasting en-suite shower rooms. A modern family bathroom completes the first floor.
Externally this fantastic home has a large, wrap-around garden that is laid to lawn with a patio area and Pergola, ideal for alfresco dining. To the front there is a sizeable driveway providing off-street parking for multiple cars and a double garage.
Conveniently situated close to both Eastcote and Pinner high streets which offer a variety of shops, restaurants, coffee houses and popular supermarkets. For commuters, the Metropolitan Line is accessible at Eastcote and Pinner station which provides a fast and frequent service into the heart of Central London and beyond. There are also a number of local bus routes providing links to the neighbouring areas.
The area is well served by primary and secondary schooling, children's parks/playgrounds and recreational facilities.
Local Authority: London Borough of Hillingdon
Council Tax: Band G
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band C
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