Robsons are pleased to showcase this period home built in the 1820’s on a substantial plot, which is accessed via a private road and has ample off-street parking to the front of the property.
Through the welcoming entrance hall there is a grand reception room featuring exposed wooden beams, high ceilings, a wood burner and double doors to the picturesque rear garden. There is a stunning kitchen/breakfast room with ample storage and exposed brick walls. The ground floor is completed with a utility room, cloakroom and a light-filled second reception room all accessed from the kitchen/breakfast room.
On the first floor there is an impressive principal bedroom and en-suite bathroom with ‘his and her’ sinks. There are three further generously sized bedrooms and a modern four piece family bathroom.
Outside, there is a tranquil garden featuring a patio area with a delightful pond and a lawn garden with shrubbery and matured borders. The property is located close to the River Chess and bordered by natural woodland. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the size of this property.
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.
Guide Price: Price on Application
Local Authority: Three Rivers District Council
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band G
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