This impressive property has been extended to create a spacious four bedroom family home and is decorated in modern contemporary tones.
The porch leads into the welcoming entrance hall. There is a lounge to the front of the property and a dining room leading to the superb kitchen/breakfast room, which has ample storage and work surfaces, together with integrated appliances, a centre island, a breakfast bar. This bright and spacious room also has French doors to the patio and a skylight above.
The ground floor is complemented by a utility, guest cloakroom and various storage cupboards.
To the first floor are three bedrooms, one with fitted wardrobes and the family bathroom, that has a 'P' shaped bath with a shower above. Stairs lead to another bedroom on the second floor which has its own WC and sink unit, together with access into eaves storage areas.
There is a driveway to the front of the property providing off street parking and a large south facing rear garden, mainly laid to lawn, with a patio and a shed to the rear. The property also has an attached storage area to the side.
The property is situated in Maple Cross, close to the village of Harefield which is surrounded by some beautiful countryside along the Grand Union Canal. The local area also has good sporting facilities which include golf, cricket and football clubs. Rickmansworth caters for specialist and daily shopping requirements to include the food halls of Marks & Spencer, Waitrose and Tesco. More extensive shopping facilities are available in the larger towns of Watford and Uxbridge. At Denham is the Chiltern Line to Marylebone whilst at Rickmansworth there is the Chiltern Line and Metropolitan railways to London Marylebone and Baker Street. The M25 motorway is available at junction 17 connecting you to the national motorway network. The area is well served for good quality private and state schools for all ages.
Local Authority: Three Rivers District Council
Council Tax: Band E
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band C
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