PERFECT FOR THE DOWNSIZER! Tucked away on a small, private gated development, with a delightfully private & generous south facing garden. Fabulous, flexible accommodation and allocated parking. Located on the edge of Baldock, a charming market town with a thriving High Street and excellent commuter links to Cambridge and London.
These homes must be viewed to appreciate the private aspect and quality spacious accommodation. Lots of visitor parking.
Set at the back of this mature development in the grounds of Kingsfield House, a neo-Georgian mansion, this delightful semi detached home is perfect for the local downsizer. The accommodation comprises:
Bright entrance lobby with glazed windows, opening through to:
Large, welcoming open plan living area, with designer framed shaker kitchen and integrated appliances all included. Karndean flooring throughout this area. Bi-fold doors opening onto the rear garden terrace.
Two ground floor double bedrooms, one with "jack & jill" en-suite.
On the first floor is a further bedroom with en-suite, and useful storage area.
The large, secluded rear garden offers a south facing aspect, and is very private with the backdrop of mature trees, a terrace and a lawn. There is a driveway to the front, with two allocated parking spaces. To the side are plenty of visitor parking spaces.
The development in on the edge of the town, on the Baldock/Letchworth border.
Baldock is situated in North Hertfordshire, approximately 35 miles from London and 22 miles from Cambridge. The homes are approximately half a mile from the High Street and station. T
his pretty tree-lined market town has retained its old-world charm and sense of community, with its many listed historic buildings dating back to the 16th and 18th centuries. With the cobbled streets and newly converted cafes, restaurants, specialist shops and pubs, the traditional character of the town still thrives. Along the High Street, there is a local traditional butcher, bakers, small convenience store, florist, whilst at the eastern end of the town is a large Tesco store, in a building that was a purpose-built film studio.
More extensive shopping facilities are available in nearby Hitchin, Stevenage and Letchworth, with a choice of private fitness clubs and golf courses all within easy reach.
Baldock offers quality of life, with all the commuter connections - a few minutes drive from junction 9 of the A1(M); a frequent train service to London Kings Cross (38 minutes) and St Pancras, and Cambridge (32 minutes) to the North. Major airports are within easy reach Luton airport just 15 miles distance and Stansted 26 miles.
Comments from delighted residents already:
"A lovely development, surrounded by mature garden and trees. We get lots of wildlife and it feels like I'm on holiday in the country but yet still close to Baldock town"
"The apartments are bright and sunny, well insulated and its surprising that you cant hear the traffic. Its an oasis living here and we are very happy"
"I wasnt sure about the location, close to the A1 but it really doesn't bother me now. Once you come through the gates onto the development, it is secluded and peaceful and all the neighbours are lovely. Its a really nice community".
Plot 14, detached at £595,000 - available
Plot 12, semi detached at £575,000 - available
Plot 11, semi detached - sold.
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