Wagon Road, Hadley Wood
- Detached House, House, Land
- Development Opportunity
- Over 4 Acres of Land
- Gated Private Entrance
DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY - substantial period detached home with extensive outbuildings and annexe, set in grounds of just over 4 acres complete with a lake.
This is an exceptionally rare opportunity for redevelopment, subject to planning permission, in this exclusive North London enclave.
This period character home is on the edges of greenbelt countryside with accommodation extending to over 17,000 sq ft. In all, the plot extends to just over 4 acres.
Requiring modernisation, the main house, Oak House, has been adapted over the years to provide several self contained living areas set over three levels. Set behind a gated private entrance, the house sits in a mature landscaped garden with a lake and substantial raised terrace.
To the side of the house is a large double garage with further accommodation over.
Adjoining a gated courtyard to the rear is a detached modern house offering six bedrooms and three bathrooms, arranged over three levels. This house enjoys a private garden to the rear with views over fields.
Also on the edge of this courtyard is another L shaped building with rooms within, set up for storage with accommodation above.
Oak House sits on the edge of Hadley Wood, an area highly regarded for its convenient accessibility to London via the Kings Cross / Moorgate line and its village way of life - boutique shops, cafe and tennis club.
The larger towns of Barnet and Potters Bar are close by with a multitude of larger shops and selection of eateries.
There is an excellent selection of schooling, both state and private, within the area.
The Duke of York pub is within walking distance, offering a selection of drinks and a good menu for food.
The A1 and M25 are easily accessible for routes to London and the Home Counties.
The planning history for the house and outbuildings is unclear. A buyer should make their own enquiries in this regard.
All properties sit within the same title and it should be noted that there are separate council tax bands for some of the elements.
Planning was granted under Hertsmere Council in 2019 for a new build house to replace the L shaped building within the courtyard under ref: 19/0805/FUL - more details on request
LOCAL AUTHORITY: Hertsmere
COUNCIL TAX: G (Main House)