This large detached property is situated in the popular Heronsgate area and provides 3,144 sqft of flexible living accommodation, with large gardens to either side and a swimming pool. The property is in need of renovation and provides the ideal opportunity to create a fabulous family home.
The property comprises of a good sized kitchen and a large reception room with a feature fireplace. The second reception room and dining room have bay windows. There is also a study, ground floor shower room and a large double garage.
To the first floor is the principal bedroom suite which has a kitchen, bathroom and access to the sixth bedroom/dressing room. The first floor is complemented by four further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property is approached via a gated driveway, providing ample parking for multiple vehicles. The extensive gardens provide a large area of lawn through an attractive garden arch and to the other side is a swimming pool and further gardens. There are also two attached garden stores.
This property provides flexible living accommodation and is ideal for someone wanting to renovate to create their ideal family home.
Secluded yet well connected, the Heronsgate Estate offers an unrivalled setting. This private enclave is within easy reach of Chorleywood village with its eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and coffee shops. Chorleywood Station provides a frequent service to London Baker Street and The City, as well as the Chiltern Turbo to Marylebone. Communications are excellent with the M25 close by, with links to the major motorway network and airports. The area is well served by highly regarded private and state schools for all ages. Chorleywood offers everything for a sporting life, from cricket, football, tennis, horse riding and golf, to walks on Chorleywood Common.
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