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image  Chestnut Court, 21 Watford Road, London, HA6

image Let ()

image 2 BEDROOMS
image Let Agreed


 Available from 20th Oct 2020
 2 Beds
 1 Reception
 2 Bathrooms
 Washing Machine
 Gas Central Heating

Property Description

Two bedroom, Two bathroom, ground floor apartment, in this attractive brick and flint apartment block. Fitted kitchen/breakfast room, spacious lounge with casement doors to terrace opening onto very well maintained communal grounds. Situated within close proximity of Northwood Town Centre, Met Line station and Waitrose food store. The property benefits: Entrance Hall: Spacious area, leading to all rooms, cupboard, airing cupboard Lounge: 19'9 x 16'9 (max into bay) generously dimensioned bright and airy room. Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 16'3 x 8' Bedroom One: 12'9 x 9'4 with range of fitted wardrobes. En-Suite Bathroom: Fully tiled with shower over bath, vanity basin, wc. Bedroom Two: 12'4 x 11' with range of fitted wardrobes. Family Bathroom: Fully tiled and fitted with white suite comprising bath with shower over, wc. basin. Garage and off street parking.


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