This beautifully presented, detached, late-Victorian house provides spacious accommodation arranged over three floors with high ceilings and many original features throughout. It offers opportunities to reconfigure the internal accommodation, if required. Entering through a front door into a vestibule, there is a door to access the rear garden. The hall is light and spacious with one of the many original fireplaces. From here, the sitting room is at the front of the house with a working fireplace and picture rails. There is a study, also with a window to the front. From the rear of the hall, a large dining room has views out to the garden and a door to the rear lobby and on to the garden room, which was added in more recent years. The kitchen has a range of painted units with solid wood surfaces, a Belfast sink and spaces for a gas range cooker and fridge freezer. The adjacent utility room has plumbing for a dishwasher and a washing machine with space for freezer or tumble dryer and a door to the side exterior. There is a cloakroom with basin and WC. Upstairs on the first floor there are five double bedrooms, one of which could be converted to create a "Jack and Jill" additional bathroom to share between two of the bedrooms. There is a bathroom with an over bath shower and basin and a separate WC next to it. A large cupboard provides linen storage. Further stairs lead to the top floor, which was originally the servant's quarters. There is a spacious landing with a skylight window, currently used as a home office area, and a large eaves cupboard, ideal for easily accessible storage. There are two large double bedrooms, one to the front and the other to the rear with open views over gardens.
At the front of the house, there is space to park three cars on a shingle drive with a picket fence and planted ornamental flower beds to the sides. The pretty rear garden has a lawn with a terrace area for outdoor seating and beds stocked with a selection of mature shrubs and plants including a maple tree. There is a large garden shed and timber panel fencing to the perimeter. The garden is relatively secluded and has an open aspect over neighbouring gardens to the rear. There is access to the back garden on both sides of the house.
Watford town centre is under half a mile on foot from the property with its excellent selection of shops, including the INTU Centre. Watford Junction station is just 0.3 miles away providing fast train service to London Euston in approximately 20 minutes. Connections to motorways are nearby with the M25 Junction 19 approx 1 mile away and the M1 Junction 5 approx 2.8 miles for access to the national network and airports. There is a good selection of schools locally, both state and private education, which include Watford Boys and Girls Grammar Schools, Nascot Wood School, York House & Cassiobury Park Junior School to name a few. The award winning 190 acre Cassiobury Park is just a short distance away.
4 Reception Rooms