Property Ref: 65523
Walkern is a select and pretty village set through country lanes approximately four miles from the nearest train station in Stevenage which has fast regular trains to London Kings Cross (approx 23 minutes). Within the village there are local shops including a convenience store, renowned tea rooms, pubs, restaurants and a highly regarded infant/junior school which has an OFSTED rating of "Good"
Leaded light stained glass wooden panelled front door with wrought iron door furniture and sealed unit double glazed window to the side elevation opening to:
A most impressive wide welcoming reception hallway finished with oak flooring and natural wooden architraves, skirtings and panelled doors with wrought iron door furniture, exposed Douglas Fir post and beam, staircase rising to the first floor with cupboard below with separate coats cupboard.
Fitted with maple base and eye level units with a white ceramic sink with mixer tap, space and plumbing for kitchen appliances, white tiled surrounds complemented by granite work surface, ceramic tiled floor, Worcester Bosch gas fired boiler and sealed unit part-glazed door and window to the side elevation.
A most comfortable room featuring a most impressive brick built Inglenook fireplace with a brick hearth and a substantial oak bessemer, exposed Douglas Fir posts and timbers with a dual aspect provided by a sealed unit double glazed window to the front elevation and sealed unit double glazed french doors with side windows opening to the rear garden and additional seating area.
Featuring a wide sealed unit double glazed double doors and full height side windows opening to the garden with the kitchen area fitted with a comprehensive range of cream painted wooden base and eye level units and drawers finished with pewter handles extending to a matching kitchen island and plate rack. Solid wooden butchers block work surfaces with matching upstands and inset one and half stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Appliances include an integrated dishwasher, stainless steel Range oven incorporating a gas hob with a stainless steel splashback and extractor canopy above. Downlighters and travertine floor tiles. Ample space for dining table.
A versatile ground floor reception room benefiting from an en-suite wet room currently being used as a fifth bedroom with exposed wall timbers and sealed unit double glazed window to the rear elevation. Door to:
A generous en-suite wet room finished with natural stone floor tiles, skirtings and splashbacks featuring a walk-in shower area with contrasting mosaic floor and wall tiles with chrome rain shower, vanity hand wash basin with chrome mixer tap and vanity cupboard below, low level wc with push button flush, illuminated vanity mirror, downlighters, extractor fan and sealed unit double glazed window to the side elevation.
Further exposed timbers, sealed unit double glazed window to the rear elevation, radiator, natural wooden panelled doors with wrought iron furniture opening to:
Of excellent proportions featuring three sealed unit double glazed Velux windows to the side elevation with a further sealed unit double glazed window to the front far reaching views over the garden to the surrounding farmland beyond. Two radiators and two eaves storage cupboards, built-in double wardrobe and door to:
Fitted with a white hand wash basin with chrome mixer tap with vanity cupboard below, low level wc with concealed cistern behind white panels with push button flush and white vanity shelf. Storage recess and contrasting mosaic border tiles, walk-in tiled shower cubicle with fitted shower, natural stone floor tiles, chrome towel rail, downlighters and extractor fan.
Measurements exclude a built-in double wardrobe, exposed timbers, radiator and sealed unit double glazed window to the front elevation. Door to:
Of excellent proportions fitted with a white hand wash basin with chrome mixer tap with vanity cupboard below, low level wc with push button flush and a corner shower cubicle. Natural stone effect tiled splashbacks and flooring, chrome towel rail, downlighters, extractor fan and sealed unit double glazed window to the rear elevation.
A further double room with a radiator and sealed unit double glazed window to the rear elevation.
Exposed timbers, radiator and sealed unit double glazed window to the front elevation. Access to the loft space.
Fitted with a white three-piece suite comprising a pedestal hand wash basin with low level wc and push button flush and a freestanding roll top bath with claw feet. Travertine floor tiles with contrasting tiled splashbacks, chrome heated towel rail, exposed ceiling timber and sealed unit double glazed window to the side elevation.
The property sits to the rear of the plot with the majority of the private gardens to the front affording an excellent degree of privacy with a deep shingled seating area accessed from the kitchen/dining room, part-enclosed by mature shrubbery and a covered archway opening to a well maintained level lawn interspersed by mature flower and shrub borders. A raised wooden deck with covered wooden Pergola provides an additional private seating area. Double wooden gates open to the shingled driveway. The gardens extend to the rear of the property with further well stocked raised beds, ornamental pond and secluded shingled seating area accessed from the sitting room.
The pathway extending to the side of the property is shared and provides pedestrian access to one neighbouring property on the High Street.
The owners of No.65 High Street have two designated parking spaces within the shingled parking area.
A sweeping gravel driveway provides parking for three/four vehicles in addition to the two spaces for No.65. There is also room for a triple garage (an archaeological survey has already been commissioned for a garage, therefore it is anticipated that planning permission would be granted).
The Tenure of this property is FREEHOLD.
The Council Tax Band is G. The Council is East Herts Council and the amount payable for the year 2020/21 is £3,046.62.
The EPC Rating is B.
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FIXTURES & FITTINGS: All items in the written text of these particulars are included in the sale. All others are expressly excluded regardless of inclusion in any photographs. Purchasers must satisfy themselves that any equipment included in the sale of the property is in satisfactory order.
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