This well presented four bedroom, two bathroom detached family home has three reception rooms, providing flexible living accommodation. It also has gardens to the rear and side, creating potential to extend (STPP).
The inviting entrance hall leads to the principal living accommodation. The generously sized living room has a feature fireplace and double doors into the dining room. There is a bright conservatory with French doors onto the patio. The kitchen has ample units, work surfaces and integrated appliances, together with access to the utility room. The ground floor is complemented by a guest cloakroom and integral garage.
To the first floor is the principal bedroom suite which has an en-suite shower room and dressing room with fitted wardrobes. There are three further bedrooms, two with fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom.
The property is approached via a carriage driveway and has side access to the rear garden which is to the side and rear of the property. The attractive rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with lovely flower beds and planting. There is another area of lawn to the side of the property, providing scope for a side extension (STPP). To the rear is a second garage.
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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