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Guide price: £449,950
The Parade, High Street, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD17 - sold
Key Features & Description
  • Frist Floor Apartment
  • Three Bedroom & Two Bathrooms
  • Open Plan Living
  • Private Courtyard & Allocated Parking In Town Centre
  • Walking Distance to Watford Junction Station
  • Leasehold (994 Years)
  • £1,580 Service Charge & Ground Rent PA
  • Council Tax Band D
  • EPC Rating E
  • 1161 Sq Ft (108 Sq M)

Location in the heart of Watford town centre, this larger than average three bedroom apartment offers modern, light filled interiors throughout. The property benefits from allocated parking in the Town Centre. The accommodation comprises a welcoming entrance hallway, a reception room with a patio door out to a private courtyard and a modern kitchen with a range of units and integrated appliances. The property boasts an inviting master bedroom en-suite, followed by two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The Parade is located in High Street, Watford town centre, which offers extensive facilities and is easily accessible to Cassiobury Park, walking distance to Watford Junction Station which is 22mins to Euston, and the motorway network is close by including the M1 and M25.

George Callaghan - Gibbs Gillespie
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Rickmansworth Area Guide

Surrounded by natural beauty, in the form of rolling countryside and woodland, as well as nautical splendour with three rivers intersecting the town, Rickmansworth is a residential haven for anyone seeking rustic tranquillity and city convenience.

Surrounded by beautiful rural villages including Chorleywood and Croxley Green, with a mixture of period cottages, grand estates and contemporary homes lining the streets, visitors will scarcely believe that they’re on the cusp of the M25 and less than 20 minutes from the UK’s largest airport, Heathrow.

Rickmansworth’s residents praise the area on its transport connections, good schools, and vast amounts of green space, all of which add a village-style vibe despite being only a 30-minute commute from the West End.

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Guide price: £449,950

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