Property Ref: 60199
This small development of three brand new homes will appeal to buyers that do not want to live on a new build estate and want something more individual and unique. These fabulous homes have been built with attention to design and detail, built to the latest building regulations for energy efficiency, with the usual 10-year warranty for low maintenance and peace of mind.
Fabulous contemporary German kitchens, with integrated appliances, open plan dining area and large separate lounge. 4 double bedrooms, master with en-suite. Private rear gardens with terrace and lawn.
Stevenage is a new town, conveniently situated approximately 30 miles north of Central London. It boasts excellent transport links, all the comprehensive amenities you would expect from a modern new town, yet it is surrounded by some of the Countys most scenic countryside.
For the commuter, Stevenage is very well connected via junctions 7 & 8 of the A1(M), offering easy access to London and the M25 and also to the North. Local road links provide access to adjacent towns including Hertford, Welwyn Garden City, Hitchin and Letchworth.
Stevenage main line Railway Station offers a fast, frequent service to London Kings Cross with a direct journey time of only 23 minutes! For those wishing to travel further afield, both Luton and Stansted airports are within easy reach.
The town is well maintained and very green, with avenues of trees and over 240 acres of woodland spread over 40 sites within its individual neighbourhoods. It has a unique network of cycle paths and there are many open spaces and parks, including Fairlands Valley, which provides a 120-acre park with sailing lakes, a new aqua playground, keep fit Trim Trail and climbing wall activity centre.
The town centre has a pedestrianised shopping centre, together with several large retail parks, the Gordon Craig theatre and Arts & Leisure Centre. The Leisure Park provides a David Lloyd Health Club, multi-screen Cineworld complex, Hollywood Bowl and a selection of nightclubs and eateries. Nearby, there are a couple of golf and sports clubs and Knebworth House and Park, famous for its rock concerts, hosts a variety of events including medieval jousting, car rallies, outdoor concerts, Country, Garden and Christmas Fairs.
To the northern boundary is the Old Town, offering charm and character, with its thriving historic High Street and picturesque Bowling Green, complemented by a choice of restaurants, cafes, boutiques and shops including Ask, Pizza Express, Prezzo, Costa Coffee and a Waitrose supermarket.
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