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‘Carema’ commands a delightful elevated position at the end of this desirable cul-de-sac. This attractive family home boasts an impressive frontage, mature rear garden and ample parking. The additional double storey extension creates versatile space combining open plan living with traditional reception room layout.
The hub of this spacious family home is the impressive and cleverly designed kitchen which incorporates both a central island and concealed utility area. With a side entrance for easy access and an adjoining breakfast room opening onto a fabulous patio area, this is the perfect entertaining space. The light and airy principal reception room measures 23ft and boasts bay windows to the front and French doors opening onto the patio at the back together with a feature fire. The family room and study offer impressive views of the rear garden. With a separate dining room off the spacious entrance hall, this house offers superb flexibility for modern family living. The current owners are using the family room and study as suggested on the floor plan, however either of these rooms would make an ideal playroom.
The luxury master suite, with dressing area and 4 piece en-suite bathroom, benefits from dual aspect views across the rear garden. Bedroom two commands views down the cul-de-sac and has an en-suite shower room. Bedrooms three and four look over the rear garden and are separated by the conveniently located family bathroom. Bedroom five completes the accommodation to the first floor.
Set in the Loudwater Conservation Area,' Carema' is advantageously situated between the Chorleywood and Rickmansworth centres. As a consequence it is well placed for comprehensive shopping facilities including the food halls of Marks & Spencer, Waitrose and Tesco and good rail connections into London on the Metropolitan and Chiltern line services from Rickmansworth and Chorleywood Stations. In addition, the M25 can be accessed at Junctions 17 and 18, with links to the motorway network and major airports.
There is a good selection of schools, both private and state within the area. The well regarded Royal Masonic School for girls (Chorleywood Road). York House School (Sarratt Road). Haberdashers' Aske's Schools (Elstree) and NLCS (Edgware) - Coach collection stop at Rickmansworth Station. For more information on Schooling please contact the Rickmansworth office or local authority website.
The impressive frontage enjoys a low maintenance slate rockery garden with a selection of mature shrubs. The light grey block driveway leads to a detached double garage with electronically operated up-and-over door, roof storage and workspace, and via steps to the front door. To the rear, double doors open onto the garden allowing for machinery access, with a side door giving an easy route direct to the kitchen. Separate gated side access leads to a delightful, private and mature garden enclosed by shrubs, trees and hedges and predominantly laid to lawn. There is also gated access from the rear of the garden to the Loudwater bridle path system. A patio stretches the entire width and length of the house offering an abundance of outdoor entertaining space with direct access from the kitchen, breakfast and sitting room. A generous storage shed is tucked away to the side of the house and a wonderful summer house overlooks the entire garden.
Local Authority: Three Rivers District Council.
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