Showcasing stylish, modern interiors across three floors, is this superb four bedroom, three bathroom, extended family home situated close to local amenities, schools and transport links.
The ground floor comprises an entrance porch that leads directly through to a large, open-plan lounge. There is a stylish, rear aspect kitchen/dining room that is separated from the lounge via glass doors, giving both areas a bright and spacious feel. The kitchen features a range of modern units with integrated appliances, a large kitchen island providing additional storage space, a dining area and a utility room. Completing the ground floor is a guest cloakroom with a walk-in shower and a generous study. A glass staircase takes you to the first floor where there are two well-appointed double bedrooms benefiting from fitted wardrobes, a further bedroom (currently utilised as a dressing room) and a luxury family bathroom. The second floor hosts the master bedroom boasting an en-suite shower room.
Externally the property offers a good size rear garden that is laid to lawn with a decking area, ideal for alfresco dining in the summer months. There is the added benefit of an outbuilding that is utilised as a home gym and features a sauna. To the front there is a gated driveway providing off-street parking.
Situated off Imperial Drive, this property is just moments from both Rayners Lane and North Harrow amenities, as well as being with in easy reach of Pinner and Eastcote. Alternatively, for more extensive shopping, Harrow town centre is also nearby. For commuters, Rayners Lane station provides a regular service into London via the Metropolitan and Piccadilly Line. The area is well served by primary and secondary schooling, children's parks/playgrounds and recreational facilities.
Local Authority: London Borough of Harrow
Council Tax: Band F
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band D
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