Robsons are pleased to showcase this unique detached four bedroom, two bathroom family home set in a large plot surrounded by gardens and woodland.
This much loved 1930's home has been in the family for many years and is situated in the sought after village of Heronsgate.
The property provides 1,722 sqft of flexible living accommodation, comprising a porch leading into the welcoming entrance hall, a generously sized lounge with windows to two sides, providing lovely garden views, two feature fireplace and doors into the garden.
There is a kitchen/breakfast room with a range of floor and wall units which leads into a utility area.
Completing the ground floor is a guest cloakroom with shower cubicle and a study.
To the first floor is a dual aspect principal bedroom with stunning views of the garden, followed by three further bedrooms, two with fitted sinks and circular feature windows. All bedrooms share the family bathroom.
The property is approached via a large carriage driveway providing access to the detached garage. Within the grounds are various outbuildings and garden sheds. The large mature garden is a real feature of this property, being laid to lawn with a patio area, secluded woodland and wild areas.
Chorleywood Village's facilities include a wide choice of boutique shops, coffee houses and restaurants. Marks & Spencer and Waitrose food halls are available in Rickmansworth. The area is also well served for sought after state and private schools for all ages. Leisure facilities include golf courses, cricket, football clubs, horse riding and fitness centres, together with Chorleywood Common and Rickmansworth Aquadrome, providing acres of outdoor space for walks and further activities. The Metropolitan and Main lines at Chorleywood Station offer a frequent service into London and beyond. The M25 is easily accessible via Junctions 17 and 18.
Local Authority: Three Rivers District Council
Council Tax: Band G
Energy Efficiency Rating: Band E
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