Property Ref: 47835
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 including 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).
Braced hardwood period front door with stained glass panel opening to:
Quarry tiled floor, downlighter, two windows to the side elevations and glazed door opening to:
A most comfortable room featuring an impressive brick-built Inglenook fireplace with an open grate with a substantial wrought iron canopy with log store recesses to either side and a substantial wooden bessemer. An abundance of wall and ceiling timbers enhancing the period feel to the room, radiator and windows to both the front and side elevations. Arched wooden panelled brace and latched door to the dining room with further glazed door to:
Fitted with a range of farmhouse pine base and eye level units and drawers finished with white rolled edge work surfaces, inset white ceramic sink unit with mixer tap, integrated stainless steel oven and microwave with an electric hob to arched recess, space and plumbing for washing machine and under-counter fridge and freezer, exposed decorative ceiling timbers, radiator, ample space for breakfast table, quarry tiled floor and two double glazed windows to the side elevation.
Measurements include an attractive staircase rising to the first floor, further exposed wall and ceiling timbers and brickwork, meter cupboard, radiator, window and glazed door opening to the side and rear garden with further window to the front elevation. Doors to:
Radiator and windows to the front and side elevations.
Fitted with a pedestal hand wash basin and wooden panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, low level wc with concealed cistern, radiator and windows to the rear and side elevations.
Further exposed timbers, window to the rear elevation and latched and braced doors opening to:
Measurements exclude depths of eaves and a range of built-in wardrobes, exposed timbers and windows to both the front and side elevations.
Measurements exclude eaves recess. Exposed brickwork and timbers, airing cupboard housing hot water tank and windows to both the front and side elevations.
Currently used as a study with a radiator and two double glazed windows to the side elevations.
Situated on the first floor and fitted with a low level wc, pedestal hand wash basin and walk-in shower cubicle with fitted shower, tiled splashbacks and a Velux window to the side elevation.
The property enjoys a pleasant position set back behind a shingled driveway providing off-road parking for at least two vehicles.
The gardens extend to the rear and side of the cottage, laid predominantly to lawn with a number of mature shrubs and trees creating a private rural feel to the garden with a paved terrace, substantial wooden summerhouse and garden shed to one side. The pathway extends to a further terrace situated at the side of the cottage.
The Tenure of this property is FREEHOLD.
The Council Tax Band is "E" and the amount payable for the year 2018/19 is £2,064.24.
The EPC Rating is "F".
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