Attractive period semi detached house with many character features.
Located approximately half a miles walk from Northwood Metropolitan Line station, this attractive Edwardian period house has characterful accommodation laid out over three floors.
Most of the ground floor has wooden floorboards, high ceilings with cornice detail. There is a staircase, and a guest cloakroom. The front reception room has a bay window, a cast iron fireplace with tiled surround and fitted cabinets / bookshelves to alcoves. Period stripped wooden glazed double doors lead through to the rear reception with marble fireplace. From here there are stripped wooden french doors to a conservatory. The kitchen is fitted with a range of painted wooden units, butler sink, range oven with extractor and there is a side aspect window overlooking a courtyard area. To the rear is the dining area with a cast iron radiator, well lit by three skylight windows and full height bi-fold doors to patio. There is also a utility room with butler sink with separate entry, great for dogs or muddy boots.
There are four bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. The top floor is given over to the main bedroom with built-in wardrobes, eaves storage and en-suite shower room. Some of the landing and bedroom windows have double glazed period sash windows.
The rear garden faces west and is split between large flagstone patio and lawn.
The front garden is mainly laid out as parking behind double gates and there is an attached garage suitable for storage.
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Loads of period featuresDouglas Sleaper