West Heath Avenue, Golders Hill, NW11

£5,750,000
5 Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 4 Receptions

A substantial five bedroom (formerly six bedrooms), five bathroom detached family home (4721 sq ft / 439 sq m) located on this sought after road within easy walking distance of Golders Hill Park. The accommodation is arranged over three floors and features fantastic entertaining space on the ground floor with a 34ft double reception room, an exceptionally large kitchen/breakfast room with separate seating area, cinema room, TV room, utility room, guest WC and integral garage. On the first floor there are two bedroom suites; the master bedroom being an exceptional size with a large ensuite bathroom leading to an extensive dressing room (formerly a bedroom) and access to a terrace overlooking the garden. On the second floor there are three bedrooms suites. The stunning West facing rear garden is 130ft approx. which incorporates a large patio area, whilst to the front of the house the gated driveway provides ample off street parking. West Heath Avenue is located literally a stones throw from Golders Hill Park's landscaped grounds with a popular cafe and bandstand. There is also a variety of leisure facilities including tennis courts, croquet lawn, all-weather table tennis tables, zoo and butterfly house and a children's play area. Golders Green underground station (Northern line) is 0.3m away (6 mins walk) as well as the many shops and restaurants of Golders Green.

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