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6 bedroom link detached house for sale

Hadley Green Road, Hadley Green


Property Description

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Handsome late 18th Centrury Grade II listed Georgian residence with views across Hadley Green. This elegant and highly regarded house is approached via twin electronically operated wrought iron gates with a sweeping gravel carriage drive and is set within extensive manicured secluded landscaped gardens. The grounds feature twin lawn areas and a delightful outdoor heated swimming pool area with twin pavilions and an extensive Yorkshire terrace. Grandon has been extremely well maintained by the present owners and has a host of period and character features. Located in this stunning setting with spectacular views across Hadley Green, close to the picturesque Monken Hadley church and within walking distance to Barnet town centre and The Spires shopping mall. Within easy commuting distance to central London, Hadley Wood mainline station offers a 30 minute journey time to Moorgate and Kings Cross with Barnet underground station (Northern Line) within walking distance and junction 24 of the M25 is a short drive away. Recreational facilities include Old Fold Manor golf course, which is also within walking distance and Hadley Wood golf club and tennis club. Educational facilities in the area include Stormont, Lochinver, St John's, Haberdashers'Aske's for Boys and girls, Mill Hill School, Aldenham, Belmont, Dame Alice Owen, Haileybury, Queenswood and Queen Elizabeth's girls and boys schools. An Historical Note:- The property features a blue plaque denoting 'Fanny Trollope author and her son Anthony lived in the house 1836-1838'. One of the most elegant houses on Hadley Green with a literary tradition. Fanny Trollope and her son Anthony (author of Barchester Towers) lived in the house before Queen Victoria came to the throne. It was formally called Hadley Grove. Originally built on the site of a farmhouse believed to have burnt down in 1710. The present house was completed in the mid 18th century in the Queen Anne style. The house was extended in the early 19th century by the addition of coach houses, an orangery and a grand drawing room. The walled gardens were extended in 1780 by the addition of the gardens formally belonging to the Wilbrahams' Almshouses and which now contain a swimming pool complex and two pavilions. Grandon was Grade II listed in the 1940's.

Reception Hallway: 20'11 x 14'3 (6.38m x 4.34m)


Drawing Room: 25'3 x 15'10 (7.7m x 4.83m)

Study/Sitting Room: 24'2 x 14'4 (7.37m x 4.37m)

Family Room: 17'7 x 16'4 (5.36m x 4.98m)

Conservatory: 27'7 x 13'2 (8.41m x 4.01m)

Kitchen/Breakfast Room: 21'5 x 16'9 (6.53m x 5.11m)

Utility/Boot Room:


Master Bedroom: 17'10 x 13'2 (5.44m x 4.01m)

En Suite Bathroom:

Bedroom 2: 15' x 14'2 (4.57m x 4.32m)

En Suite Bathroom:

Bedroom 3: 14'1 x 13'7 (4.29m x 4.14m)

Bedroom 4: 14'6 x 9'9 (4.42m x 2.97m)

Bedroom 5: 12'7 x 11'3 (3.84m x 3.43m)

Shower Room/wc:

Family Bathroom:

Bedroom 6: 15'3 x 9'11 (4.65m x 3.02m)

Gardens & Grounds: The grounds feature twin lawn areas and a delightful outdoor heated swimming pool area with twin pavilions and an extensive Yorkstone terrace.

Heated Swimming Pool:

Garage: 21'5 x 15'4 (6.53m x 4.67m)

Garage: 20'9 x 17'3 (6.32m x 5.26m)

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
26 October 2013

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