Orpington Road, Winchmore Hill N21 | Peter Barry Estate Agent

£2,750 pcm Orpington Road, Winchmore Hill N21


Property Summary

Peter Barry are pleased to offer to the market an immaculately presented five bedroom detached family home. The property comprises a large kitchen diner fitted to an extremely high standard with two integrated ovens, wine cooler and a breakfast bar with patio doors to the garden. On the ground floor are two further large reception rooms, a utility room and a WC. To the first floor the property benefits 4 double bedrooms and a family bathroom with bath and overhead shower. The top floor offers a further double bedroom/ guest suite with en-suite shower room and ample eaves storage. The property is situated within a short walk of Winchmore Hill Network Railway station and The Green with its ever popular cafés, boutiques and restaurants. The property is also in close proximity of excellent schools such as St Paul's, Keble and Palmer's Green High school. External benefits are an integral garage, own drive for two cars, side access and garden to the rear. *Tenants fees apply

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