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image  Upper Hill Rise, Rickmansworth, WD3


image ££1,295,000 Guide

Features

 TRIPLE ASPECT LOUNGE
 KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
 DINING ROOM/CONSERVATORY
 GUEST CLOAKROOM
 PRINCIPAL BEDROOM WITH EN-SUITE
 TWO FURTHER BEDROOMS WITH EN-SUITES
 THREE ADDITIONAL BEDROOMS
 FAMILY BATHROOM
 INTEGRAL GARAGE & OFF STREET PARKING
 SOUTHERLY FACING REAR GARDEN

Property Description

Robsons are pleased to present this impressive detached family home on the sought after Cedars Estate.

This well presented 6 bedroom property has over 2,500 sq ft of flexible accommodation set over three floors, to include a kitchen/breakfast room, a large bright and spacious triple aspect lounge with doors to the rear garden, a conservatory/dining room and a guest cloakroom. To the first floor is the principal bedroom with en-suite, five further bedrooms, two having en-suites, together with the family bathroom. There is off street parking to the front, together with a generously sized integral garage. Side access leads to the attractive southerly facing rear garden.


Further details and photographs to follow shortly


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