This attractive house is set in a third of an acre and provides panoramic rural views to the rear. Built in the 1930's, the property has subsequently undergone enlargement and improvement. The front door opens into a spacious reception hall with an open fireplace. To the right, the study has a bay window to the front. The dining room has a front aspect and a snug/TV area to the rear. A dual open fireplace is shared with the sitting room. From the sitting room there are doors to the rear terrace and garden beyond with sweeping views over the adjacent countryside. The kitchen has fitted painted wood units with granite work tops, space for an electric cooker, a compact size dishwasher, tall fridge freezer and a ceramic sink. A sliding door leads on to the conservatory, which in turn has a door to the rear terrace and garden. From the kitchen, the large utility room has a range of cupboards, plumbing for a washing machine and a tumble dryer and a sink, plus the boiler. There is a recently refitted cloakroom with basin and WC. Upstairs, the principal bedroom has triple aspects and lovely views with a fitted wardrobe and concealed door to the en suite Jack and Jill shower room with basin and WC. A door leads into a further double bedroom with a door back to the landing. Another double bedroom has aspects to the rear and side and there is also a single bedroom. The family bathroom has also been recently refitted and has a bath with a shower over, basin in a vanity unit and WC, plus an airing cupboard.
At the front of the house there is parking for multiple vehicles on the circular gravel drive with areas of lawn, shrubs and mature hedges to the sides. Behind the house there is a raised terrace beside the conservatory and the lawn slopes gently away from the house with a beautiful copper beech tree, planted flower beds and mature hedges to the boundaries. At the bottom of the garden there is a small enclosed paddock with two loose boxes. A garden shed, exterior lighting and a tap are additional useful features.
Located in the hamlet of Belsize, the house is between the villages of Chipperfield and Sarratt, both of which provide useful local amenities including village shops, a delicatessen, coffee shop and post offices, pubs and primary schools. Nearby towns of Rickmansworth, Kings Langley and Chorleywood offer a wider selection of facilities, shops, restaurants and supermarkets. The surrounding area has highly regarded schooling, both state and private. The M25 J.18 is 3.8 miles away. Kings Langley station for Main Line to Euston is 4.1 miles away. Metropolitan and Chiltern Line services are available from Chorleywood and Rickmansworth, also the Metropolitan Line from Croxley. Many local footpaths provide a variety of wonderful walks.
4 Reception Rooms