- Substantial country house
- 1.96 acres
- 5 Bedrooms
- 4 reception rooms
- 3 bath/shower rooms
- Double garage
- Tennis court
- Electronic pillared entrance
- Triple glazed windows
- Duravit sanitary ware
This secluded and highly impressive detached family residence enjoys a private road location and is approached via electronic iron gates that in turn lead to a substantial circular driveway of some 200’ in depth and a mature plot approaching 2 acres.
The adaptable, bright and generous accommodation of some 3357 sq ft has been extensively refashioned over recent years to provide sumptuous family living throughout.
The accommodation is approached via an entrance vestibule which in turn leads to a central reception hall, cloakroom, triple aspect drawing room with limestone fireplace, open plan dining room, sitting/family room, bespoke fitted kitchen/breakfast room with cupboards from Prague, granite working surfaces and a central island, ‘Amdega’ garden room, utility room, dressing room and a ground floor guest bedroom with en-suite shower room. The central first floor landing leads to a sumptuous family bathroom and 4 further double bedrooms – the master of which boasts a dressing room and en-suite.
The North/Westerly facing rear garden extends to some 400’ and allows for a wide entertaining terrace, tennis court, established side beds and a detached double garage. Council tax band: F. Energy rating: D
Reynards road is flanked on one side by a former nine-hole golf course and is approx. half a mile from Welwyn village with its range of boutique shops, traditional public houses, restaurants, independent baker, Tesco express, Doctor's surgery and hairdressers.
The historic village of Codicote provides conveniences for daily needs and includes a butcher, chemist, florist, post office, newsagent, excellent general village store & a fine selection of friendly pubs and eateries. There is a well-regarded Church of England primary school, pretty church & a selection of Sports & Recreation clubs including: Codicote Tennis Club with 3 floodlit hard courts, 2 football pitches, badminton club, local playgroups, local historical society & numerous other activities within the village details of which can be found at www.codicoteparish.net
Whilst Welwyn and Codicote have a wonderful semi-rural feel, Orchard House is within just 4 miles of Welwyn Garden City. This lovely green ‘Garden City’ has a whole host of further shopping & recreational facilities, along with a John Lewis department store.
The area has excellent road and rail links. Welwyn North railway station (located in Digswell) is approximately 5 minutes by car or heading North, Knebworth also provides a frequent service to London Kings Cross.