The Croft is set in a tucked away location on the private gated Loudwater Estate.
Loudwater is one of the areas� most sought after residential locations and the towns of Rickmansworth and Chorleywood are equi-distance.
Rickmansworth town offers a comprehensive shopping centre with the food halls of Marks & Spencer, Waitrose and Tesco.
Rickmansworth Station provides a frequent Metropolitan Line service to Baker Street and the City and the Chiltern Turbo a fast main line service to Marylebone.
The Croft is a lovely family home set on a lightly wooded plot to the front. Undoubtedly a gem of a home to enjoy with views over parts of the Estate and a place to come home and relax and enjoy the privacy and sought-after location. There is also potential for significant extension STP.
The house opens into the reception hall with a travertine tiled floor with doors to the principal reception rooms. A beautiful sitting room with feature brick fireplace offers warmth and cosiness on a cold day and also has a deep bay window with a curved seat overlooking the garden. The family room features a useful built-in library/display unit plus a study area. A door leads to the utility room which is fitted with a good range of units and plumbing for appliances. The kitchen/dining room has a range of stylish wall and floor units with a matching island with cupboards beneath. Integrated appliances include Neff induction hob and extractor, Siemens built-in oven and microwave, fridge/ freezer and dishwasher. The dining area is double aspect and is bright and light and enjoys views over the garden. A cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.
On the first floor is a bright triple aspect principal bedroom with a feature brick fireplace and a generous en suite bathroom with a three piece suite, tiled and mirrored walls and underfloor heating. The guest bedroom overlooks the gardens and has an en suite shower room. There are three further bedrooms and a family shower room.
The gardens are a particular feature of this lovely home and enjoy a good deal of seclusion. The front of the house has a generous parking area for several cars with inset lighting to the fence posts and the gardens wrap around to the rear with a sun terrace leading to lawn flanked by an abundance of mature shrubs and specimen trees including fruit trees and a walnut tree. The lawn winds down to a lightly wooded area providing a wonderful setting for this characterful home. There is a single garage which can be accessed from the main house and could be incorporated into additional living space if required.
From Rickmansworth Station proceed along the Chorleywood Road (A404) in the direction of Chorleywood and after about a mile turn right into Kingfisher Lure. Pass through the barrier and bear right into Troutstream Way. Follow the road over the two bridges and follow the road around to the right and then turn left into Farm Lane and The Croft is the first house on the right.