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Ridgewood House,

Guide price £685,000 2,282 sq. ft.

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About the property

A beautifully renovated five-double bedroom home in a sought after location, this is a wish-list property.

Property Snapshot
  • High quality detached residence
  • Substantially extended
  • Beautifully refurbished
  • Three en suites
  • Gated entrance/drive
  • Large private garden with leafy backdrop
Key features are a huge open-plan kitchen diner with island and bi-fold doors leading onto a bespoke covered outdoor area and garden, and a large sitting room (one of three) enjoying the space, light and open views typical throughout the house. Perfect for today's family lifestyle, period details like parquet flooring and feature fireplaces are complemented with modern must-haves like underfloor heating, multi fuel burner, mobile-phone controlled speaker system, a cinema/family room, and master suite with walk-in wardrobe. Five double bedrooms, three with en suite, family bathroom and ground floor wet room. Gated entrance, large drive, double garage, private gardens not overlooked.

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