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This wonderful Victorian family home dates back to the late 1800s and is situated in a small cul-de-sac from Copthorne Road and just off The Green. The property affords the most convenient position for access to Croxley Green Village and Metropolitan Line station train station.
With accommodation spread over three floors the house enjoys some lovely period features including herringbone wood flooring, oak panelling and open fireplaces. A viewing is essential to appreciate the well proportioned rooms and attractive rear garden.
The entrance porch leads into a welcoming entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor landing and access to the ground floor reception rooms. The kitchen/breakfast room is the hub of the house with stunning views over the rear garden. Comprehensively fitted with a matching range of painted Shaker style wall and floor units, a central island and granite work tops with contemporary tiled walls and floor. There is a fitted gas Aga and an integrated dishwasher and microwave. The utility room has a quarry tiled floor and built in cupboards. Adjacent to the kitchen is an inner lobby with a butler's pantry with cupboards and a sink unit and then the cellar is also accessed from the lobby and has light and power. The drawing room has a deep square window to the front and focal point of a distinctive fireplace. Double doors open into the family room/study which is double aspect and also features a period fireplace. The dining room is a beautiful room with a large claygate style open fireplace and a classic range of built in book shelves.
The first floor offers a generous landing space and four double bedrooms all with fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom has a fabulous en suite bathroom with a large walk-in shower, a Victorian free standing bath, wash basin and WC. Whilst the family bathroom and separate cloakroom services the other three bedrooms.
On the second floor is a bedroom 5/guest bedroom with an en suite shower room. Finally there is a substantial attic which could be converted into further accommodation subject to usual consents.
The village of Croxley Green has a Metropolitan Line Station and a few local shops. Rickmansworth Station is approximately 1 mile away providing a Chiltern main line rail service to Marylebone and a Metropolitan underground service to Baker Street and the City. At Rickmansworth there is a further range of shops including the food halls of Marks and Spencer, Waitrose and Tesco. Junction 18 of the M25 is less than 3 miles at Chorleywood providing access, via the M4, to Heathrow Airport. The area has a number of excellent schools for both private and state education. The surrounding area caters for numerous sporting pursuits to include golf, tennis, riding, walking and water sports on the Grand Union Canal and Aquadrome in Rickmansworth.
The Old House is approached over a gravelled driveway leading to the detached garage and there is parking for several cars together with raised feature flower beds to the front of the house and gated access to the rear garden.
The rear garden is an outstanding feature and really compliments this fine home. The terrace is tucked away to the side of the house between the kitchen and the garage. The wide lawn gives way to well-stocked mature flower and shrub borders, mature trees together with a hedge backdrop. The gardens overall are about 0.5 acres. There is also a summer house, green house and shed.
Locala Authority: Three Rivers District Council.
Master Bedroom With En-Suite
Family Bathroom With Separate Cloakroom
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