Exceptional character four/five bedroom conversion offering fabulous living space of 2808 square feet.
This school originally opened in 1874 as the first school in
Croxley Green and Bridge House is named after the final
headmistress, Joan Bridge, in 1977. The building is locally
listed and lies in the centre of Croxley Green.
Bridge House is a stunning home of immense character and has been refurbished to a high specification. It offers fabulous versatile characterful accommodation with great living space over two floors.
The house opens into a pretty reception hall with a cloakroom. The family room is double aspect with an attractive stepped window and feature brick wall. The sitting room has a lovely open fireplace and double doors open into a great dining room.
The dining/kitchen area offers seamless entertaining space
with contemporary flooring. The kitchen is comprehensively fitted with an excellent range of Remo wall and floor units with a central island having a solid wood worktop. Appliances will be
available by separate negotiation. A generous utility room is located off the kitchen with a good range of fitted units. To complete the ground is a study currently used as a wine room.
A beautiful balustrade staircase leads to the first floor. The main bedroom is off an inner landing and features an exposed brick wall and there is a separate dressing room (originally bedroom four) and a separate fully tiled bathroom creating a great master suite. There are two further double bedrooms on
this floor, one with an en suite shower room.
There is a very pretty courtyard garden with a sunny decked area ideal for relaxation with attractive stocked borders and separate patio.
To the front there is allocated parking for three cars.
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What a fabulous home with an amazing interior! Viewing highly recommended to appreciate all this home has to offer!Sue Trybus