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Deards End Lane, Knebworth, SG3 6NL

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Property Details

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Property Ref: 62542

This impressive character detached family residence was originally built in1936, and with later additions now totals 3221 square feet. "Bank House" sits proudly on a stunning mature plot of 0.362 of an acre. EER: D

Situated in what has to be one of the finer locations within the village, this carefully extended and well presented house has accommodation comprising a generous entrance hall, dual aspect drawing room with doors to a spacious conservatory, dining / family room, study. kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, cloakroom, 5 bedrooms, en-suite shower room and modern family bathroom. The gardens are artfully planted with an array of shrubs and herbaceous plants, providing colour, form and scent, and with mature specimen trees to the borders that give a good degree of privacy. Approached via a deep private driveway with parking for at least 5 cars, Bank House offers a detached double garage with 23' work-shop over providing scope to convert to an annexe if so desired (subject to usual consents and regulations).

Knebworth village is situated some 6 miles north of Welwyn Garden City and provides a comprehensive High Street with shops that cater for daily needs. There is a chemist, post office, doctors' surgery, two dentists, Co-op general store, Indian restaurant, Chinese take away, two caf├ęs, wine merchants & a well-regarded junior/mixed infant school. The mainline railway station with frequent service allows access to London Kings Cross in around 25 35 minutes. There is a Golf club & recreation ground with tennis courts, bowling green and toddlers play area.



The village is well placed for access to neighbouring towns and commuter links, with the following distances for guidance only: Stanstead airport 28 miles Luton airport 13 miles Heathrow airport 39 miles - Welwyn Garden City 6 miles A1(m) 3.6 miles Hertford 8.5 miles St Albans 13 miles M25 Jct23 14 miles.

The accommodation is arranged as follows:

Open porch

Of oak and brick construction with slate flooring and glazed front door that opens to:

Entrance hall (3.63m x 9.60m NT 2.44m)

A spacious and welcoming entrance hall with doors to the majority of the ground floor accommodation, a staircase to the first floor with under-stairs cupboard, door to:

Cloakroom (2.24m x 1.02m)

Fitted with a contemporary white suite comprising low level WC and sink set onto a vanity unit with cupboard below. There is an opaque window to the side.

Drawing room (7.39m x 4.22m)

A bright, dual aspect room with doors opening to the conservatory, a window to the side and two windows to the rear. There is a fireplace with gas coal effect fire and brick hearth.

Conservatory (4.88m x 4.83m)

A lovely addition to the property that provides views over the beautiful gardens. The conservatory has been fitted with a tiled roof and the current owners have enjoyed this room all year round.

Study (4.22m x 2.21m)

With windows to the front and side overlooking the garden.

Dining / family room (4.78m x 3.30m)

This versatile room is currently in use as a dining room and is adjacent to the kitchen so lends itself to expansion into this to provide an open plan kitchen / dining room if so required (subject to normal consents and building regulations). There is a window to the rear and glazed French doors to the garden.

Kitchen/breakfast room (5.16m ( max) x 3.53m appro x)

Fitted with a range of Oak wall and base units, roll-top working surfaces, and a stainless steel sink with mixer tap, Appliances include eye level Neff double ovens, and a 5 ring Neff gas hob with ceiling mounted extractor fan over. There is a tiled topped breakfast bar, two windows to the side and an original 1930's door to the side porch, space for a fridge freezer and for a dishwasher, and ceramic tiling to the floor. Door to:

Utility room (1.93m x 2.49m)

This useful room has space for washing machine and tumble dryer, and for a free standing fridge freezer. There is a stainless steel sink with draining board, ceramic tiling to the floor, an opaque window the the side and wall mounted gas fired boiler behind a panel.

Side porch (1.12m x 0.99m)

Glazed door with window to side and rear, tiled floor and door to the kitchen.


Landing (5.89m nt 4.09m x 3.30m nt 2.24m)

With built-in linen cupboard with shelving, hatch to the loft and doors to all first floor accommodation including:

Main bedroom (5.03m x 3.78m min)

With a range of built-in wardrobes spanning the length of the room, a second built-in cupboard, and wide window to the side with views over the garden.

En-suite shower room (1.52m x 2.24m nt 1.65m)

Fitted with a white suite comprising shower enclosure with Aqualisa shower, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. There is a heated towel rail, extractor fan, and ceramic tiles to the walls.

Family bathroom (3.56m x 2.49m)

With a white suite comprising Aqualisa shower, panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. There are two opaque windows to the side, Karndean floor tiles, half-tiling to dado height and an airing cupboard containing lagged hot water tank, shelving and original doors.

Bedroom 2 (3.73m x 4.78m)

With a tiled-top vanity unit with wash hand basin, window to the front and two small windows to the side.

Bedroom 3 (4.50m x 4.22m)

Another double aspect room with windows to the front and side.

Bedroom 4 (4.72m x 3.30m)

Windows to the rear and side, and stained floor boards.

Bedroom 5 / hobby room (2.90m x 2.24m)

Currently in use as a hobby room, with window to the side.


Bank House sits on a fabulous plot of just over 1/3 acre with beautiful gardens wrapping around the property.

Rear garden

The stunning southerly gardens have been carefully planted by the present owners to provide colour, interest and form. There are patios to the rear and side of the property providing a place to sit, extensive lawns, and numerous mature trees including a horse chestnut, gingko, apple, pear and cherry tree. Deep flower beds with mature shrubs and herbaceous plants in a pretty, cottage style together with a pretty rockery with ponds bring further interest to the garden. There is a vegetable plot, glass greenhouse, and a large concrete built garden store. The garden is bordered by mature hedging and to the rear corner there is an old air-raid shelter.

Front garden & driveway

The property is approached via a private, shingle driveway with parking for numerous cars and leading to:

Detached double garage (6.93m x 5.89m)

With two sets of double doors, power and strip lighting and staircase up to:

Workshop / studio (6.93m x 3.99m)

This versatile space could be used as a home office, gym, or studio etc and currently serves as a sculptor's workshop with workbenches running the length of the space on both sides. There is a window to the front, and skylight window to the side. The workshop has been insulated and fibre boarded.

Annexe potential

The entire garage and workshop lends itself to conversion into an annexe, subject to normal planning consents and building regulations.

Agent's note

Please note this property has a septic tank. There is a £50 per annum cost with regards to the soak away that leads from the tank. The water rates are therefore reduced.

EER & Council Tax

Council Tax Band - G
Energy Efficiency Rating (EER) - D

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