This stunning five bedroom detached Edwardian home has been extended and modernised, whilst retaining many character features and provides over 3400sqft of accommodation in the heart of Chorleywood village.
There is a welcoming entrance hall with two sets of double doors into the dual aspect living room. The impressive kitchen/breakfast room has a wall of fitted units incorporating four ovens, a coffee machine and microwave. There are also wine and champagne coolers, fridge/freezer, induction hob, breakfast bar and bi-fold doors opening to the garden.
The dining room and conservatory also have bi-fold doors to the garden. The ground floor is complemented by a snug, sitting room, utility and two guest cloakrooms.
To the first floor is an impressive principal bedroom suite with an en-suite bathroom, incorporating an integrated TV and dressing room. There is a guest bedroom with en-suite, three further bedrooms, one opening to the balcony, and a family bathroom with both a bath and shower cubicle.
The property also provides underfloor heating, air conditioning and TV screens in the main bathrooms.
There is a large gated driveway, with a car port, providing off street parking for multiple vehicles. The landscaped rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a sizeable patio area adjacent to the house incorporating an outdoor bar. There is a sunken fire pit surrounded by seating. The garden room has power and light, making this an ideal space for either a home office, gym or games room.
Chorleywood Village has a wide choice of shops, coffee houses and restaurants. The area is well served for sought after state and private schools for all ages. Chorleywood Common provides acres of outdoor space for walks and leisure activities. The Metropolitan and Main lines at Chorleywood Station offer a frequent service into London.
Local Authority: Three Rivers District Council
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band E
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