An extended and well appointed, three / four bedroom family home, perfectly positioned for a number of local high streets, schools and excellent transport links. The property offers scope to further extend (STPP).
The ground floor comprises an inviting entrance hallway with two useful store/cloak cupboards, a generous front aspect lounge, and a large kitchen/dining/living room overlooking the rear garden. The kitchen features modern, neutral fitted units with an integrated double oven & hob, ample storage space and a kitchen island / breakfast bar. A dining area continues on from the kitchen and provides access to the garden via bi-folding doors. There is also the added benefit of a living/family area. Completing the ground floor is a study which can alternatively be used as a guest bedroom, and a ground floor shower room and WC.
To the first floor there are two well-appointed double bedrooms with one benefiting from fitted wardrobes, a further bedroom, and a family bathroom with a separate WC.
Externally the property boasts a well maintained garden that is laid to lawn with a patio area and garden shed. To the front there is a driveway providing off-street parking.
Situated on a popular road within easy access to Pinner, Rayners Lane and Eastcote’s high streets which all offer a variety of shops, restaurants, coffee houses and popular supermarkets. For commuters, there are numerous local bus links as well as the Metropolitan Line at Pinner, Rayners Lane and Eastcote tube stations, with the Piccadilly Line also at Rayners Lane and Eastcote.
The area is well served for primary and secondary schooling such as Cannon Lane and West Lodge School, children's parks/playgrounds and recreational facilities.
Local Authority: London Borough of Harrow
Council Tax: Band E
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band D
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