Situated in an enviable location on the renowned Totteridge Common benefiting from a delightful outlook from all aspects is this beautifully presented detached home. Originally a Coach House believed to date back to the late 1800's the house provides bright and generous accommodation throughout, ideal for family living or for a family downsizing from a larger home. The property offers further potential to extend if required (STPP). Planned over two floors, this family home comprises a spectacular triple aspect living room, which leads from the double aspect dining room, a further double aspect television room/family room and a Shaker style contemporary kitchen/breakfast room with an extensive range of wall and base units which leads to a delightful orangery which benefits from two sets of doors to the lawned rear garden. To the first floor the accommodation provides a principal suite, comprising bedroom, en-suite bathroom and dressing room (previously bedroom 4), 2 further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
This period home is approached via electronically operated gates, with a sweeping drive leading to the house and detached double garage. This quaint home sits centrally on this delightful plot which measures approximately 1/3rd acre, with a lawned garden to the front and rear aspects planted with mature trees and shrubs. Totteridge Common remains a highly desirable address, with convenient access to first class schooling. Totteridge in North London has always been synonymous with prestigious properties and boasts many individual residences situated on generous plots within the highly sought after conservation area abutting the greenbelt countryside. Located within a short distance is Totteridge & Whetstone underground station which is situated less than a mile to the east of the property and provides Northern Line services directly into central London, Kings Cross (28 minutes) and London Waterloo (36 minutes). There are a wide choice of shops and restaurants available in nearby Whetstone High Road, as well as both The Orange Tree and Rising Sun public houses.
In the heart of Totteridge Common
Dating back to late 1800
Potential to extend (stpp)
Kitchen extends into an orangery
Electronically operated gated frontage
Plenty of off road parking
Double width garage
Third of an acre plot