Property Ref: 60205
Stevenage comprises both the New and Old Towns and is close to the A1M. The Historic High Street in the Old Town offers a good selection of shops, a Waitrose and Tesco Express supermarket, cafés/restaurants, public houses, public library, local Schools and a bank. There are more comprehensive shopping facilities in the nearby New Town with Schools, a Leisure Complex, Theatre and Arts Centre and Stevenage mainline train station with fast regular trains to London Kings Cross (23 mins).
Covered storm porch with oak front door opening to:
A welcoming reception hallway finished with stylish oak flooring with single panelled radiator, attractive staircase rising to the first floor with oak risers and carpeted treads with an oak handrail and natural wooden part-glazed internal doors to:
Fitted with a white two-piece suite comprising a low level wc set to decorative panelling with white tiled shelf with a double glazed window to the front elevation, radiator with fretwork cover, vanity hand wash basin with mixer tap and cupboard below.
A spacious open-plan kitchen/breakfast room fitted with a comprehensive range of light oak base and eye level units and drawers finished with square edged venetian gold granite work surfaces with carved drainer and an inset white ceramic sink unit with a counter mounted chrome mixer tap. Space and plumbing for kitchen appliances with a black Rangemaster dual fuel oven (possibly available by separate negotiation) with a concealed extractor canopy above. Wide natural stone floor tiles complemented by wide natural stone effect tiled splashbacks with the benefit of under-unit and downlighters, decorative timber beamed ceiling, ample space for table, double panelled radiator and double glazed window to the front elevation.
An impressive room of excellent proportions continuing the "Provencal" theme with the addition of decorative ceiling and wall timbers and an ornate feature fireplace with an inset living flame gas fire with bessemer over, period style crockery cabinet to the fireplace recess, concealed wall lights, TV aerial point and crackle glaze sealed unit hardwood bi-folding concertina doors opening to the conservatory with a further hardwood glazed window to the rear elevation.
An attractive conservatory of excellent proportions of UPVC double glazed construction with bi-folding concertina doors opening across the full width of the conservatory creating a seamless link to the garden complemented by flagstone travertine tiled flooring, mirrored side walls and a glazed apex roof.
Staircase continuing to the second floor with low level LED lighting, downlighters and doors to:
A generous double room with a radiator and double glazed window to the rear elevation.
A further generous double bedroom with a radiator and double glazed window to the front elevation.
Radiator and double glazed window to the rear elevation.
Currently used as a dressing room, measurements exclude a range of built-in wardrobes across the length of the room with sliding mirrored doors, radiator and double glazed window to the front elevation.
A most indulgent family bathroom fitted with a white four-piece suite comprising a travertine tiled panelled bath with wall mounted mixer tap, low level wc with push button flush and a wide rectangular vanity hand wash basin with chrome mixer tap and vanity drawers below. Separate shower cubicle with a multi-valve power shower with body jets, traditional towel radiator and natural stone fully tiled walls with contrasting travertine mosaic border tile, fitted vanity mirror, extractor fan and downlighters.
The loft has been converted to provide a master bedroom suite of excellent proportions, whilst excluding a built-in cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and gas fired boiler. Further eaves storage cupboards and an abundance of light provided by double glazed windows to the front elevation with two double glazed Velux windows to the rear elevation, feature starlight micro downlighters to the front dormers, further recesses either side of the room and door to:
Fitted with a period style white suite comprising an ornate hand wash basin with a curved marble vanity shelf with an inset oval hand wash basin and counter mounted mixer tap with vanity cupboard below, low level wc and a corner shower cubicle with fitted shower with contrasting travertine mosaic tiled splashback to the shower area. Porcelain tiled walls, extractor fan, downlighters and chrome heated towel radiator.
The property is set back from the road behind an established landscaped front garden with wide borders, clipped hedging and picket style fencing and gate, pathway to front door. The property enjoys pleasant views across the Bowling Green towards the War Memorial whilst being conveniently situated within easy walking distance of the historic Old Town High Street.
The property enjoys the benefit of a most attractive rear garden laid predominantly to lawn with deep well stocked flower and shrub borders with a paved patio across the width of the property and pathway extending to gated access at the rear.
The property has the advantage of a single garage situated to the rear of the property with twin wooden doors and double width hardstanding to the front providing off-road parking.
The Tenure of the property is FREEHOLD.
The Council Tax Band is "E" and the amount payable for the year 2017/18 is £1,951.10.
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