Property Ref: 60370
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).
Part-glazed hardwood front door opening to:
Staircase rising to the first floor with storage cupboard below, radiator and doors to:
Fitted with a low level wc and a wall mounted hand wash basin, coat hanging space, radiator and secondary glazed window to the front elevation.
A useful third reception room situated to the front of the property, currently being used as a reading library with wooden laminate flooring and a UPVC double glazed window to the front elevation.
Of excellent proportions providing an open-plan main living area to the property featuring a substantial "Westfire" wood burning stove, Defra certified with a 5.3kw output with a feature glass floor plate. Real wood engineered oak flooring, double glazed window to the front elevation, radiator, wide square archway to the kitchen promoting an open-plan feel to the ground floor accommodation and double glazed sliding patio doors opening to the conservatory.
Of double glazed construction with exposed wooden floorboards, windows to both the rear and side elevations with double doors opening to the garden, radiator with cover.
Of excellent proportions fitted with a comprehensive range of beech effect base and eye level units and drawers complemented by blue natural stone effect rolled edge work surfaces with matching upstands extending to a substantial breakfast bar. A range of appliances include a stainless steel and glaze oven, electric hob with concealed extractor canopy above, space and plumbing for washing machine and fridge/freezer. Cupboard housing oil-fired boiler, double glazed window to the rear elevation and door to the side and rear garden.
Access to boarded loft space with light and ladder, radiator, airing cupboard housing the hot water tank and laundry shelves, doors to:
Measurements include a range of built-in wardrobes, radiator, wooden laminate flooring, double glazed window to the front elevation and door to:
Fitted with a low level wc, pedestal hand wash basin, corner shower cubicle with fitted shower, tiled surrounds, shaver point and double glazed window to the front elevation.
A further double bedroom with wooden laminate flooring, radiator and double glazed window to the rear elevation.
With a radiator and double glazed window to the rear elevation.
Currently being used as a study with a radiator and double glazed window to the front elevation.
Fitted with a white suite comprising a panelled bath with electric shower over and fitted shower screen, pedestal hand wash basin, low level wc, white tiled surrounds, radiator and double glazed window to the rear elevation.
The property is set back from the cul-de-sac behind an established landscaped front garden with wide shingled borders interspersed by mature shrubbery with a driveway to either side of the property providing ample off-road parking leading to a detached double width garage and single open-fronted car port.
A double width detached garage with up and over door, power and light, eaves storage space and personal door to the rear garden.
A wooden open-fronted car port providing covered parking for an additional vehicle.
A particular feature of the property is the private sunny rear garden extending to both sides of the property with a shingled seating area with an open-fronted wooden pergola to one side with gated access to the front of the property. The pathway extends past the conservatory to an established second garden area laid predominantly to lawn flanked by well stocked flower and shrub borders with a number of specimen trees enhancing the private semi-rural aspect of the garden with a greenhouse and wooden garden shed beyond with a vegetable garden.
The Tenure of this property is FREEHOLD.
The Council Tax Band is "F" and the amount payable for the year 2018/19 is £2,439.55.
The EPC Rating is: "D".
The vendor has advised us that the property is:
One minute walk into woodland, an area of SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest).
Seven minute walk to the Leisure Park.
Ten minute walk to the Railway Station (fast direct 23 minute journey to Kings Cross).
Fifteen minute walk to the New Town Centre.
Twenty five minute walk to the Old Town.
Within easy access to the Motorway, accessing London, Luton and Stansted Airport.
A child friendly area, virtually no traffic.
From Gunnells Wood Road, turn onto Six Hills Way by MBDA Systems. Proceed along Six Hills Way passing under the A1M turning left onto Chadwell Road and enter Norton Green. No.14 is situated in a small residential cul-de-sac on the right hand side.
We have been advised that planning permission has been granted for 14 dwellings to be built on the paddock land currently situated to the rear of No.14 Norton Green. Any potential purchaser(s) needs to satisfy themselves with regard to the extent of this development prior to completion of any purchase.
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