- Unique detached character bungalow
- Mature plot of just over 1/3rd of an acre (0.36 of an acre) Semi-rural location & outstanding countryside views.
- Well-planned accommodation
- Dual aspect lounge with fireplace
- Snug with Spiral staircase to the mezzanine and study Formal Dining room
- Fitted kitchen with French doors to the terrace
- 3 double bedrooms
- Ensuite shower room and modern family bathroom.
- Private wrap around gardens
- Detached double garage
- Shingle driveway with parking for up to 5 cars
- Planning permission granted
This distinctive and highly unique detached character bungalow is situated within a mature plot of just over 1/3rd of an acre (0.36 of an acre) and enjoys a semi-rural location along a no-through village lane with outstanding countryside views. The bright and well-planned accommodation is beautifully presented and comprises: Entrance vestibule and hallway, dual aspect lounge with wood flooring, feature fireplace, views across the courtyard and steps leading down to the snug – which in turn encompasses a spiral staircase with access to the mezzanine study area. There is a formal Dining Room with full length window, fitted kitchen with French doors to the terrace and a bedroom wing with 3 double bedrooms, ensuite shower room and modern family bathroom. The private gardens wrap around the property and incorporate undulating views over the neighbouring countryside, a timber summer house (used as an occasional guest room) and detached double garage which is approached via a shingle driveway with parking for up to 5 cars.
Energy rating: E.
Agents note: Planning permission has been granted for enlargement and partial footings are already in place.
Benington is a small, picturesque village, located in north-east Hertfordshire, surrounded by open countryside and farmland. There is a pub at either end of the village, two churches, a small primary school (OFSTED ‘Outstanding’ rated), village hall & recreation ground - and of course the impressive Benington Lordship estate and gardens. There is a good community feel, with an annual Fair, local Gardens Open Day, and Chilli and Flower Festivals. It is a popular and desirable place to live, with a rural ambience and reasonable access via road to Stevenage and Hertford, both providing a comprehensive range of shops, retail parks and leisure facilities.
Stevenage and Hertford stations are the closest for the commuter – approximately 6 miles distance – with average London Kings Cross journey time of 30mins. London’s Stansted and Luton airport are also easily accessible by car.