Robsons are pleased to showcase this immaculately presented family home that has four double bedrooms, all with their own en-suites. This spacious property is dressed in modern neutral tones and has the added benefit of being chain free.
The front door leads into an inviting entrance hall. There is a striking kitchen/dining room, with ample wall and floor units, integrated appliances to include two ovens, microwave and dishwasher and has a good sized dining area. There are bi-fold doors into the reception room which in turn has bi-fold doors into the garden and a skylight above, making this an ideal entertaining space. The ground floor is complemented by a lounge with a bay window to the front, an office, utility room and a guest cloakroom.
To the first floor is the generously sized principal bedroom with an en-suite that has a shower cubicle as well as a bath and fitted wardrobes, together with three further double bedrooms all with en-suite shower rooms.
The property is approached via its own driveway providing off street parking for numerous vehicles. Side access leads to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with a good sized patio and has a garden shed.
Chorleywood Village's facilities include a wide choice of boutique shops, coffee houses and restaurants. Marks & Spencer and Waitrose food halls are available in Rickmansworth. The area is also well served for sought after state and private schools for all ages. Leisure facilities include golf courses, cricket, football clubs, horse riding and fitness centres, together with Chorleywood Common and Rickmansworth Aquadrome, providing acres of outdoor space for walks and further activities. The Metropolitan and Main lines at Chorleywood Station offer a frequent service into London and beyond. The M25 is easily accessible via Junctions 17 and 18.
Local Authority: Three Rivers District Council
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band C
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