Charming detached Victorian Villa with bespoke outbuilding.
Located opposite Emmanuel Church about half a mile from Northwood Metropolitan Line station, this pretty detached Victorian Villa was built in 1886 and is presented in excellent decorative order. The house has recently had a new kitchen and bathroom fitted as well as new flooring to the majority of the ground floor.
The entrance door leads to a lobby with tiled floor. The sitting room runs front to back with bay window and two fireplaces, one bricked with log burner and the other with a Victorian style cast iron fireplace with inset gas fire. There is a separate family room with bay window and cast iron fireplace, inset and fitted display cabinets to alcoves. The kitchen has recently been refitted to a shaker style and opens into an orangery dining area with peninsular breakfast bar. This creates a lovely light filled space and in turn gives access to the gardens through glazed double doors.
The first floor affords three bedrooms, two of which offer fitted wardrobes and a refitted family bathroom with roll top bath, separate shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin with stylish tiling. There is also a second separate WC adjacent.
The front garden is mostly presented as off street parking and there is a driveway at the side leading to a detached garage. Gated access leads to the rear garden, which is substantial in length and is landscaped with patio areas, pergola, bbq area, outside utility cupboard with plumbing for washing machine.
To the rear of the garden there is a substantial detached garden room that offers great versatility, presented at present as a leisure room/man cave. There is power, light, heating, cable tv point, internet, fitted bar and guest WC. It could however be used as a home office or gym or simply as a summer house as required.
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The garden room with bar and cable TV is sure to be a popular entertainment venueDouglas Sleaper