Kenilworth Crescent, Enfield, EN1
£590,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
New to market is a ready to move into four bedroom terraced family home located on a quiet turning off Baker Street. Some of the many benefits include a spacious reception, kitchen/diner, utility/wc, en-suite to loft room, an 80ft+ east facing mature garden, osp for two cars! A must see property!

New to market is a ready to move into four bedroom terraced family home located on a quiet turning off Baker Street. Some of the many benefits include a spacious reception, kitchen/diner, utility/wc, en-suite to loft room, an 80ft+ east facing mature garden, osp for two cars! A must see property!

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

What the vendors love about their home!

Kenilworth Crescent was built in 1937 on part of an old orchard a mile north of Enfield Town. Some of the original apple trees can still be seen in the rear gardens today. The location of No.121, within a 5-minute walk of the Forty Hall Estate was one of the main reasons the present owners moved from their previous Enfield property. They wanted easy access to green and open space for their young family and a selection of popular schools within walking distance. It was a bonus that the house came with a large garden, 2 off-street parking spaces and a rear garage, since extended and turned into a workshop.

The property has developed from its original form and now boasts an extended kitchen and dining area and utility room/toilet as well as a large bedroom and on suite shower room to the second floor. It's the perfect family sized space where you can work in the home office during the day, relax and unwind in the evening, as well as entertain.

With its east/west aspect, the rear of the house enjoys full morning sun, and there's the opportunity to enjoy a peaceful yoga practice on the decking with the fountain gently playing in the background. By mid-afternoon, the sun has moved around to the front and in the heat of summer, light filters through to the lounge through the shade of the winter flowering cherry tree and pink flowering hawthorn tree in the front garden.

The family enjoy being outdoors and have designed the garden to give a great dining experience whatever time of day that may be. The decking is surrounded by bamboo, olive and pine trees and in the hot summer sun, with the sun shade up it truly feels like you're on holiday. As the evening closes in, the fairy lights come on creating a magical place to sit with a glass of wine whilst watching the bats flitting over the gardens and listening to the hedgehogs rummaging in the undergrowth.

The sun falls last on the rear patio and this is the ideal place for a BBQ under the pergola with the fountain gurgling in the pond. There's plenty of space for entertaining friends and family and ambient lighting to extend the evening. The large lawn is the perfect spot to relax in front of an outdoor cinema screen.

The family grow their own organic herbs and vegetables and have managed to attract a wide variety of wildlife to share space with them. The beautiful garden summerhouse with its leaded light windows, provides the perfect place to relax and enjoy wildlife watching in comfort.

121 has been the haven the family wanted, and they have made the most of everything the locality has to offer over the last 22 years including live music festivals at Forty Hall and Hilly Fields, farmers markets, Christmas fayres and open-air theatre.

The historic towns of St. Albans and Hertford lie within a 30-minute drive and frequent train services run into London from Gordon Hill and Enfield Town stations. The area hosts a range of health and fitness clubs including David Lloyd Centre and Nuffield Health both a 20-minute walk away. Southbury Road swimming pool and cinema are within a 40-minute walk. Edmonton Running Club have Sunday morning meetings at Whitewebbs park and there is a wide network of county footpaths to enjoy direct from the front door.

The owners will miss their friends and neighbours and the early morning and twilight walks around Forty Hall but will take away very happy memories of their family home in Kenilworth Crescent.

Close to:

Lavender Primary School 0.26 miles

Worcesters Primary School 0.41 miles

St Andrew's CofE Primary School 0.5 miles

Enfield County School for Girls 0.87 miles

Bishop Stopford's School 0.92 miles

St Ignatius College 0.92 miles

Local Amenities 0.4 miles

Gordon Hill / Enfield Town stations 1.1 milesEntrance Hall3.66m x 1.63m (12' 0" x 5' 4")

Reception Room6.53m x 3.25m (21' 5" x 10' 8")

Kitchen / Diner3.66m x 3.86m (12' 0" x 12' 8")

Utility Room / WC2.08m x 1.63m (6' 10" x 5' 4")

Bedroom3.66m x 3.05m (12' 0" x 10' 0")

Bedroom2.74m x 2.82m (9' 0" x 9' 3")

Bedroom / Study2.03m x 1.78m (6' 8" x 5' 10")

Bathroom

Loft Room4.78m x 2.97m (15' 8" x 9' 9")

En-Suite1.63m x 1.57m (5' 4" x 5' 2")

Rear Garden

80ft plus

Off street parking for two cars

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