Period Edwardian property in a quiet private road constructed in soft red facing brickwork below plain tiled roofs constructed in 1906. Split into two properties in 1950 with separate entrances on the main frontage. Traditionally furnished and finished with wonderful high ceilings, plenty of light and period features throughout the property.
4 bedrooms (one used as a study), 2 Reception Rooms, Kitchen , 2 bathroom. Located in Radlett, WD7.
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