Property Ref: 53903
All distances are approximate as a guide only: Knebworth 1.5 miles - Stansted airport circa 29 miles - London Heathrow Airport circa 39 miles - Luton Airport circa approx 10 miles - Welwyn Garden City 4.9 miles - Hitchin 8 miles - St Albans approx 9 miles - M25 circa (Watford) approx 20 miles - A1 (m) Junction 6 approx 2.5 miles - Kings Cross approx 30/35 minutes by rail (Via Knebworth rail link)
Original heavy timber front door opening to:
This welcoming approach has a window to either side, dark oak flooring, staircase to the first floor, a ceiling light, radiator and doors to the lounge and to the family room/ study.
A well proportioned room with dark oak flooring, inset ceiling spotlights, a column radiator, window to the front and glazed door to the family room and glazed doors to the kitchen dining room.
This impressive and contemporary addition to the house has been fitted with an extensive range of bespoke white gloss "Vandepeer" wall and base units including tall larder cupboards. Beautiful white Quartz working surfaces incorporate a stainless steel sink with mixer tap set under a window to the side. Neff integrated appliances include two eye-level electric cookers, a microwave and a fridge. There is an island, also with white quartz working surface, that extends to provide a wide breakfast bar, and is fitted with pan drawers below, and a Neff hob with retractable extractor fan unit (into work surace). There are 2 vertical radiators, good quality wood effect laminate flooring and inset ceiling spot lights. Sliding glazed panels span the width of the far wall, opening to the patio and garden beyond.
Windows to the side and skylights allowing plenty of light.
Again fitted with bespoke Vanderpeer white wall and base units, oak working surfaces, stainless steel sink, integrated freezer and space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, column radiator, limestone flooring, ceiling light, windows to the front and rear and a stable door to the side.
Approached from the family room, the cloakroom has a low level WC, wash hand basin with tiled splash-back, limestone flooring, ceiling light and extractor fan.
A versatile room currently in use as a family room, but providing space for a dining hall or study or second sitting room. There is a window to the front, a narrow window to the side, dark oak flooring, 2 column radiators, a fireplace with quarry tiled hearth (not currently operational - needs a log burner), and doors to all of the ground floor accommodation.
STAIRCASE FROM ENTRANCE HALL LEADING TO FIRST FLOOR:
With a ceiling light and skylight and doors to all first floor accommodation including:
A bright and airy room with a vaulted ceiling with a window to the side and glazed doors to a Juliette balcony with far reaching views across the rear garden to the countryside beyond. There are two sky light windows and an attractive, shaped high level window all providing ample natural light, Oak flooring, ceiling light and a column radiator and a door to:
Fitted with a white suite comprising corner shower cubicle with Pura monsoon shower head, low level WC and wall mounted wash hand basin. Chrome heated towel rail, slate flooring, sky light and part tiled walls.
White suite with free standing claw foot bath with mixer tap, hand held shower attachment and fixed monsoon shower over, wash hand basin set atop a ceramic tiled table, and low level WC. There is a window to the rear with open countryside views, ceramic tiled flooring and a radiator with fretwork cover.
With window to the front with countryside views, original built-in cupboard and drawers to an alcove, ceiling light and radiator.
With original built in cupboards and drawers to an alcove, wood effect vinyl flooring and two windows - one to the front offering views and a narrow window to the side.
Door from landing to stairwell with turning staircase leading to the second floor, and with window to the side.
This stunning room has a high vaulted ceiling with exposed rafters (painted) and two low level skylight windows providing far reaching views to the rear. There are built-in wardrobes to the majority of one wall and there is also a useful eaves storage space. Two radiators, two ceiling lights and two up-lights.
A particular feature of the property, the plot extends to approximately 1/3 of an acre and is set along a quiet country lane.
South westerly in aspect, the rear garden is mainly laid to lawn, with fenced boundaries, mature shrubs and a patio that adjoins the rear of the house, blending almost seamlessly with the kitchen floor when the glazed doors are slid open.
Of breeze-block construction and timber clad, with 2 openings for cars, each with wooden double doors. Power and light.
Situated above the garage and approached via an external timber staircase with balcony sun deck. This room has oak effect laminate flooring, two sky light windows.
The garage and the room above offer scope for conversion to provide an annexe, subject to normal planning consents.
With lawn, flower beds, mature hedging and sweeping gravel driveway that provides parking space for numerous cars.
Council Tax Band - F
Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) - D
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