Looking for a charming suburban 3-bed with a large private garden and a spacious workshop garage – just minutes from a selection of parks and open green spaces
This warm and inviting detached freehold home comes with a vibrant south-facing garden, beautiful hardwood flooring throughout, and a large loft room with plenty of additional storage in the eaves.
It's also a property that comes with approved planning permission to extend and develop its already spacious loft area to accommodate two large en-suite bedrooms, as well as developing and extending the downstairs living areas and the garage – making it the perfect choice for any savvy developer who wants to fulfil the potential of the property.
From your first steps across the lawn of the welcoming front garden, you'll find yourself in a property that truly feels like a home:
You'll enter through the arched double doors of the front entrance to a wide and accommodating reception room, with hanging chandelier lighting and a charming red-brick fireplace built into one corner.
To your right, you'll find the first of three bedrooms, with windows facing out over the front garden.
Straight ahead, you'll see the large second bedroom – a south-facing space with its own fireplace that can double as a second lounge or a dining room.
Through the French windows of the second bedroom, you'll step out into the bright and open space of the large back garden, neatly bordered by laurel hedges. At the end of the garden, you'll come to the free-standing garage that could easily double as a hobbyist's workshop. Beyond the garage, you'll also find additional off-street parking – for a total four parking spaces between the front, rear, and the garage/workshop.
Back across the garden, you'll come to another set of French doors leading into the master bedroom with its own modern en-suite bathroom, including a glass-door walk-in shower and a contemporary tiled finish to the walls.
The master bedroom also connects back to the entrance reception room – creating a complete circuit through the house and garden that gives the property an extra sense of space.
Off to the side of the reception, you'll find a bright and comfortably spaced kitchen that leads to the property's back door, with an electric hob and overhead extractor, as well as storage in the cupboards above and below.
You'll also find a door to the family bathroom, complete with a glass-screen shower over a white bath and a wall-mounted vanity cabinet.
Between the kitchen and the family bathroom, a ceiling hatch opens to extend a staircase up to the property's spacious full-height loft area, where you'll find an additional large room, with several separate storage areas throughout the eaves on the sides. It's a quiet, relaxing space with south-facing views that can be used as a private study, an artist's studio – or an extra bedroom.
Beyond the walls of this elegant home, you'll be just moments from a number of parks and green spaces in the surrounding area – with the shops, bars, and restaurants of Barnet High Street just a little further afield.
But that also means this charming property won't be on the market for long.
So if you're looking for an inviting new home with plenty of rooms and an outdoor space – or you're a developer looking for a new project – give us a call and we'll take you for a tour.
Please click on the following links to explore in detail the planning permissions available for Grimsdyke Crescent: The Ordnance Survey, The Certificate of Lawful or Useful Development, the Existing