A sophisticated and well presented, four bedroom extended home offering well-appointed interiors with a flexible layout, ideal for the growing family.
The ground floor comprises a small yet welcoming entrance hallway with a guest WC & shower. There is a generous reception room with a feature fireplace, and adjoining doors through to a study which can alternatively be utilised as an additional reception room. Both rooms have access through a large, open-plan kitchen / dining room that is flooded with natural light and provides access to the garden. The kitchen offers a range of fitted units with integrated appliances and ample storage space, with the dining area having plenty of room for a dining table and chairs. Completing the ground floor is a double bedroom with an en-suite wet room and direct access to the garden. To the first floor there are two good size double bedrooms, a further bedroom benefiting from fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom.
Externally this delightful home boasts a sizeable rear garden that is laid to lawn with a variety of established shrubs & hedges which provide a level of privacy. There is also a patio area and a pergola, perfect for outdoor dining in the summer months. To the front there is a driveway allowing off-street parking for multiple cars.
Rickmansworth town centre has a wide range of boutique shops, coffee houses, restaurants and major supermarkets. Berry Lane is on a bus route, with a bus stop nearby. The Metropolitan and Chiltern line train services connects to London Baker Street, Marylebone Station and beyond. The M25 motorway is available at both junctions 17 and 18 connecting to the national motorway network. The area is well served for good private and state schools for all ages. Chorleywood and Rickmansworth offer everything for the sporting individual from cricket, football, tennis, horse riding and golf. Water sports are also well catered for at Rickmansworth Aquadrome.
Local Authority: Three Rivers District Council
Council Tax: Band D
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band D
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