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A wonderful Victorian family home conveniently situated just a short walk from the village centre. This desirable, bright and spacious period property built in 1894, retains a wealth of charming features including open fireplaces, cornicing and a balcony to the first floor. This beautiful attached home offers fine views across Chorleywood village, ample off-street parking, a detached garage and a delightful rear garden. Chorleywood benefits from a Metropolitan and Chiltern line station and highly regarded schooling.
Gravel driveway leading to brick steps up to the part-glazed front door to the side of the property, with a balcony above. Stunning antique doorbell. Period tiled porch with decorative wooden pillars and a magnificent wisteria. Mulberry tree in the front garden and mature shrubs providing privacy from the road.
Delightful family-friendly rear garden with wooden fencing and shrubs to all sides. A variety of mature trees offering privacy from neighbouring properties. Paved area adjacent to the house ideal for entertaining with remainder laid to lawn. Path leading to wooden side gate with space for bin storage and rear access to garage.
Detached garage with up and over door and additional door at the rear to the garden. Power and light. Useful storage in roof space above. Inspection pit.
ON THE GROUND FLOOR:
RECEPTION ROOM -
Spacious reception room with feature cast iron fireplace with decorative wooden surround and slate hearth. Impressive wood panelling leading to large storage cupboard housing the alarm panel and ample space for coats. Side aspect with original windows, catches and stays. Built-in pine storage cupboard and bookshelves. Carpeted stairs to first floor with under stairs cupboard. Doors to family room and sitting room. Carpet.
SITTING ROOM -
Double aspect room with original windows, catches and stays. Cast iron fireplace with decorative surround and ornate cornicing. Bay window to front aspect. Carpet.
FAMILY ROOM -
Original quarry tiled floor. Built-in storage cupboard with shelving. Part-glazed door to the side of the property and window to the side. Doors to kitchen and reception room.
KITCHEN/DINING ROOM -
A bright and spacious kitchen/dining room featuring blue AGA with two ovens and two hotplates. Range of ivory painted wall and base units including a cupboard ideal for microwave. Granite worktops and integral drainer beside the double white ceramic sink with chrome lever mixer tap. Space for American style fridge-freezer and space for dishwasher. Part-tiled walls and ceramic tiled floor. Sash windows to side aspect.
Continuation of floor tiles through to conservatory with door to garden and utility room.
UTILITY ROOM -
Continuation of floor tiles. Single stainless-steel sink with drainer and chrome mixer tap. Laminate worktop with space below for separate washing machine and tumble drier. Part-tiled walls to match kitchen. Window to rear.
Part-glazed door to cloakroom. White suite comprising low level WC and wall mounted basin with chrome cross head taps. Velux window. Potterton Profile boiler. Extractor fan. Continuation of floor tiles.
ON THE FIRST FLOOR:
GALLERIED LANDING -
Carpeted stairs leading from Reception Room to the first floor. Painted banisters with period hardwood rail and finials. Decorative archway to master bedroom and family bathroom. Airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and shelving above. Access to sizeable loft space. Windows to side aspect. Door to balcony with space for a table and chairs and featuring decorative period iron railings, offering views across the village.
MASTER BEDROOM -
Continuation of carpet from hall. Side aspect with sash window. Opening to dressing room.
DRESSING ROOM -
Sash window side. Extensive range of fitted wardrobes and part-panelled wall. Door to en-suite shower room.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM -
White suite comprising traditional style pedestal wash basin with cross head taps, low level WC and shower in a tiled enclosure with Mira electric shower. Part tongue and groove panelled walls. Part obscured glazed sash window to rear. Chrome heated towel rail. Slate effect vinyl flooring.
BEDROOM TWO -
Double bedroom with feature open fireplace. Sash window to side aspect. Continuation of carpet.
BEDROOM THREE -
Front and side aspect double bedroom with continuation of carpet. Double glazing.
FAMILY BATHROOM -
White suite comprising two traditional style pedestal wash basins with cross head taps. White bath with tiled surround and chrome period telephone style shower mixer tap. Low level WC. Part-tiled walls. Slate effect vinyl flooring. Part-obscured glazed sash windows to rear aspect.
Funds required before the tenancy starts payable to Binks Estate Agents (‘the Agent’)
• Security Deposit - Five weeks’ rent per tenancy where annual rent is under £50,000, or Six weeks’ rent weeks’ where annual rent is over £50,000. This is a refundable deposit to cover damages or defaults on the part of the tenant during the tenancy. It will be transferred by Binks to the DPS (Deposit Protection Service).
• Rent - The first month’s rent in advance.
Additional funds that may be payable to The Agent during the tenancy
• Payment of up to £50 (inc. VAT) if you want to change the tenancy agreement
• Payment of interest on any late payment of rent at a rate of 3% above Bank of England Base Rate
• Payment for actual costs reasonably incurred by the landlord as a consequence of the loss of keys and security devices by the tenant
• Payment of any unpaid rent and other reasonable costs associated with any early termination of the tenancy
Binks is a member of Propertymark Client Protection scheme (ref number C0003570). It is also a member of The Property Ombudsman (membership number D01094), which is a redress scheme.
You can find out more details on the agent’s website or by contacting the agent directly