This outstanding family home is set behind electric gates and has six bedrooms, five bathrooms, five reception rooms plus an office, providing 5,781 sq ft of flexible accommodation.
Double doors to the front lead into a striking entrance hall. The bright reception room has a gas fire and Juliet balcony overlooking the rear garden. There is also a formal dining room, study, office, bedroom with en-suite, utility room and guest cloakroom, together with access to the integral double garage.
The impressive kitchen/dining/family room has three sets of French doors into the garden. The kitchen area has ample cupboards and work surfaces, integrated appliances and a breakfast bar. There is also a second kitchen, lounge and guest cloakroom.
To the first floor is a galleried landing with doors onto a balcony, five of the bedrooms and the family bathroom. The principal bedroom is dual aspect and has a six piece en-suite. All bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and bedrooms 2 and 3 also have their own en-suites.
This remarkable property is approached via electric gates and has a large driveway leading to the integral double garage, providing ample parking. The large secluded rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature planting and a generous patio area.
Rickmansworth town centre has a wide range of boutique shops, coffee houses, restaurants and major supermarkets. The Metropolitan and Chiltern line train services connect you to London Baker Street, Marylebone Station and beyond. The M25 motorway is available at both junction 17 and 18, connecting you to the national motorway network. Major London airports are also within reach. The area is well served for good quality private and state schools for all ages. Chorleywood and Rickmansworth offer everything for the sporting individual from rugby, cricket, football, tennis, horse riding and golf. Rickmansworth Aquadrome is an ideal setting for walks, sailing, fishing and water skiing.
Local Authority: Three Rivers District Council
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band C
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