Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac, this beautifully-presented family home is a short walk to shops, schools, gym and sports facilities. The interior has been tastefully refurbished to a high standard and the property also offers further development potential (STPP).
The entrance hallway and guest cloakroom lead into a spacious, open-plan reception room with walnut flooring that extends into the adjoining dining room.
This bright, naturally-lit dining room has ample space for family meals and entertaining, under-stairs storage and access to the garden through the patio door.
Off the dining room is a fitted kitchen with high-gloss, cream cabinets, contrasting chocolate tiles, and integrated electric oven, induction hob, microwave and fridge freezer.
Carpeted stairs from the reception room lead to the bedrooms and family bathroom. The principal bedroom has large, fitted wardrobes and the two rear bedrooms enjoy stunning views.
The side access gate leads to a large, paved patio area that is a perfect space for outdoor entertaining and relaxation. The south-east facing garden is laid to lawn, edged with mature, perennial borders and enjoys far-reaching views to the hills beyond Stocker’s Lake Nature Reserve.
There is a large, blocked-paved driveway with planted borders to the front of the property and enough parking for several cars. The adjoining garage, with boarded loft storage, leads through a rear door to the garden.
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. The M25 motorway is available at both junctions 17 and 18. The area is well served for good quality private and state schools for all ages. Chorleywood and Rickmansworth Aquadrome offer everything for the sporting individual from walks, sailing, fishing and water skiing, together with cricket, football, tennis, horse riding and golf.
Local Authority: Three Rivers District Council
Council Tax: Band E
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band D
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