This well presented three bedroom, semi-detached property is situated in a sought after Croxley Green location and has been extended to provide flexible, spacious accommodation.
The glass porch leads into the welcoming entrance hall. There is a bright lounge to the front with a feature fireplace and bay window, kitchen with integrated appliances and ample storage, dining room leading to the family room which has a circular feature window to the side and French doors opening onto the patio.
The ground floor is complemented by a utility room with space for appliances and fitted storage, guest cloakroom and access to the garage store, which in turn has a garage door opening to the driveway.
To the first floor is the principal bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a bay window, second bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a third bedroom. There is a tiled bathroom with a bath as well as a shower cubicle and a separate WC.
The property has a spacious driveway providing off street parking and access to the garage store. There is a gate to the side leading to the attractive rear garden, which is mainly laid to lawn with pretty flower beds and borders, a generously sized patio adjacent to the property, second patio to the rear, shed, greenhouse and an archway through to a vegetable bed.
Picturesque Croxley Green provides the perfect backdrop as it offers village charm in the rural suburbs of Hertfordshire. The property is within easy reach of Croxley Green and Rickmansworth town centres with its wide range of boutique shops, coffee houses, restaurants and the major supermarkets. The Metropolitan and Chiltern line train services connects you to London Baker Street, Marylebone Station and beyond. The M25 motorway is available at both junctions 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.
Local Authority: Three Rivers District Council
Council Tax: Band F
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band D
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