Homelink are delighted to offer for rent this luxuriously presented and extended semi -detached house just a 'stones throw' from Hillyfields Country Park. The property is within easy reach of local shops and Gordon Hill BR station.
The property boasts excellent living space arranged over three floors due to a loft conversion and recent rear extension of a very high standard making this an ideal family home.
A stone's throw away from two excellent primary schools, with a parks and fields at the bottom of the road and shops nearby. This house is extremely well located for all aspects of family life or otherwise.
Benefits include: Four bedrooms, through lounge, ‘L’ shaped kitchen/diner, two bathrooms (one en-suite), a wonderful 70-80ft landscaped garden with a patio and a pond.
What Homelink say:
'This property represents a truly lovely family home, located in one of Enfield's most sought after locations. This property will be a great opportunity to secure a great family home within a short walk to local parks, great size throughout and done to a nice standard ready to put your roots down and enjoy'.
This property boasts being in one of Enfield's most sought after and affluent locations, a short distance to Enfield Town boasting a new state of the art library, Palace Garden shopping parade, Restaurants, Bars, Large Supermarkets, Post Office and other local amenities. Local Cafes, Restuarants, shops, and more being within a short walk also on Lancaster Road and Chase Side. Whilst also being close proximity to Gordon Hill BR station (0.9 Miles) with links to Central London in under 30 mins. Scenic and Picturesque Grade 1 listed Jacobean Listed Forty Hall Manor House and Grounds, hosting a museum, exhibitions and Enfield Golf Club and Parkland for those who enjoy outdoor activity also within close proximity.
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