Waterways Cottage, Harefield, UB93 bedroom House for sale

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£1,300,000 (Guide price)
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Main features

  • Luxury renovated family home
  • Open plan living
  • Bespoke features
  • High specification
  • Picturesque surroundings
  • Views of the Grand Union Canal
  • Off road private parking
  • Individually landscaped garden

About this property

Waterways Cottage is a historic lock keepers cottage located on the Grand Union Canal. The current owners have completely renovated the property in 2013 and it has become a luxury three/four bedroom home.

From the Frank Lloyd Wright arrowhead inspired entry glass panels to the individually landscaped garden drawing inspiration from Japanese Zen and the pre-existing natural elements this property simply has to be seen to be truly appreciated. Further benefits include underfloor heating, three sitting areas, endless nature walks and cycling tracks.

Open plan living, working from home, looking to be away from everywhere but close enough to stay in touch? This property has everything you could wish for. Don’t take our word for it though, call us now to book a viewing on what is truly a unique and individual property.

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Waterways Cottage, Harefield, UB9

£1,300,000 (Guide price)

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Rickmansworth Estate & Lettings Agents

165-167 High Street, Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire, WD3 1AY

sales- 01923 776400 lettings- 01923 726100

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