A delightful three bedroom, detached family home positioned on a quiet road close to local amenities, schools and excellent transport links. This fantastic property would benefit from minor cosmetic updating to unlock its full potential, and offers ample scope to extend (STPP).
The ground floor comprises an entrance porch leading to a spacious hallway with a guest WC. There is a generous, bay-fronted lounge with a feature fireplace, a rear aspect dining room with direct access to the garden, and a galley style kitchen offering a range of both base and eye level units. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms with on benefiting from fitted wardrobes, a family bathroom and a separate WC.
Externally this delightful home boasts a beautifully presented, landscaped rear garden with a patio area perfect for alfresco dining in the summer months. There is the added benefit of a second patio area to the rear of the garden with a small pergola, and a garden shed for storage. To the front there is a driveway providing off-street parking for multiple cars and a garage.
Situated between The Ridgeway and Lankers Drive, this property is just a short walk from North Harrow's amenities as well as being within easy reach of Rayners Lane, Pinner, and Eastcote high streets, all of which offer a variety of shopping facilities, restaurants, coffee houses and popular supermarkets. Harrow Town Centre can also be found nearby with more extensive shopping choices. For commuters, North Harrow station provides a regular service into London via the Metropolitan Line, with Rayners Lane station providing the Piccadilly Line as well as the Metropolitan Line. The area is well served by local primary and secondary schooling, children's parks/play areas, and recreational facilities.
Local Authority: London Borough of Harrow
Council Tax: Band F
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band C
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