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An attractive, well-presented 3/4 bedroom ‘Met’ style semi-detached family home, situated in one of Chorleywood’s most sought-after roads within walking distance of the village, station and highly regarded schools. This spacious 1930s property has a contemporary feel and is in excellent decorative order throughout. Features include picture rails, panelled doors and a feature arched window. The property benefits from off-street parking, a generous rear garden and offers scope for extension STPP.
TO THE GROUND FLOOR:
Part glazed front door to entrance hall with wood effect Amtico™ flooring continuing throughout the ground floor. Small cupboard housing the gas meter.
Large Sitting Room with large bay and leaded window to front aspect, feature open fireplace. Reception Two has a rear aspect with French doors leading to the garden and the chimney breast provides a focal point for TV.
The front aspect Study/Bedrooms Four on the ground floor provides flexible living accommodation for any purchaser requiring a ground floor bedroom with ground floor access to a shower room or a useful office space. Shallow storage cupboard housing Electricity meter and fuse board.
The Kitchen/Breakfast Room has a range of wood effect base and wall units, including two glazed units. Integrated appliances include Neff double oven with integrated Neff microwave, Die Dietrich brushed stainless steel 5 burner gas hob. Stainless steel extractor hood. Granite worktops. Single stainless-steel Franke sink with chrome mixer tap, space for washing machine and dishwasher. Part-glazed door to garden and windows to rear and side aspect. Space for large dining table and chairs.
Contemporary Shower Room with large walk-in shower, pedestal wash basin and WC to the ground floor. Useful large built-in cupboard housing vented tumble drier and providing space for coat and shoe storage. Mirrored storage cabinet. Obscured glazed window to side.
TO THE FIRST FLOOR:
Carpeted stairs lead to landing with loft access and door to the three double bedrooms, family bathroom and separate toilet.
Impressive Master Bedroom to the front with charming original feature leaded arched window and original tiled fireplace. Large built in wardrobes offer practical and flexible storage solution.
Bedrooms Two and Three have a rear aspect to the garden and Bedroom Three has built-in cupboards, one housing the hot water tank with some airing cupboard storage.
The Family Bathroom has a white suite featuring a pedestal wash basin and enamelled Bette bath with wooden tongue and groove side panel and hand-held shower over. Mirrored cabinet. Part-tiled with white metro tiles. Access to a very useful large eaves storage cupboard housing the Potterton boiler.
Separate adjacent white low-level WC. Both rooms have tile effect Amtico™ flooring and obscured glazed windows to the side.
The block paved front driveway with attractive brick wall to boundary offers parking for two/three cars. Mature planting and hedging to one side. Side access to the rear garden through a wooden gate. Continuation of block paving to side path and to the rear patio area.
The large mature private rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with high hedging to one side affording privacy and some division to the lawn areas. Mature shrub borders and trees including a large apple tree. Two sheds to the far end of the garden.
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