Stevenage comprises both the New and Old Towns and is conveniently situated within easy access of the A1M offering easy access to London, the M25 and also to the North. Local road links provide access to adjacent towns including Hitchin, Letchworth, Baldock, Welwyn Garden City and Hertford. Stevenage is currently undergoing a £1billion Regeneration Plan. The initial plan will include the development covering 14.5 acres of the town centre and introducing 11 new buildings including residential, leisure, community, commercial and retail facilities. The Historic High Street in the Old Town offers a good selection of shops, cafés/restaurants, public houses, a Library and two Doctor’s Surgeries. In addition, the area is well served by Lister Hospital and a good selection of local primary and secondary schools. The New Town currently provides a large pedestrianised shopping centre and retail parks together with the Gordon Craig Theatre, David Lloyd Health Club, the Leisure Park with its restaurants, bars and night club, bowling alley and 16-screen Cineworld complex. Fairlands Valley Park and lakes are nearby. Stevenage mainline railway station offers a fast and frequent rail service into London Kings Cross (23 mins) and the St Pancras International rail link to Europe. Both Luton and Stansted Airports are approximately 20 miles away.
Part-glazed hardwood front door opening to:
Finished with stylish oak flooring, school style column radiator, staircase rising to the first floor and glazed door to:
A most generous room of excellent proportions with ample space for a large family sized dining table. Part glazed casement doors opening to the rear garden with fitted bespoke shutters. Continuation of the oak flooring, school style column radiator, useful understairs storage cupboard, a range of built-in low level storage cabinets along the length of the room, glazed door to the kitchen and a wide square arch to the lounge helps create an open plan feel to the ground floor.
A feature sash bay window to the front elevation with bespoke shutters, wall lights and a school style column radiator.
Fitted with a modern range of Shaker style base and eye level units and drawers complemented by oak square edged butchers block work surfaces with an inset white ceramic butler sink with chrome counter mounted mixer tap. . A range of appliances include a Belling traditional dual fuel range oven with a five-ring gas burner with stainless steel extractor canopy above and decorative glazed splashback, integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Natural stone effect floor tiles, downlighters and window to the side elevation, cupboard housing wall mounted gas fired boiler.
The kitchen opens into a useful additional space currently used as a study featuring continuation of the natural stone floor tiles, school style column radiator base units to match the kitchen with oak square edged butchers block work surfaces with matching upstands. Integrated washing machine. Window to the rear elevation. Glazed door to:
Stable door opening to the side and rear gardens, patterned floor tiles, latched and braced door to:
Fitted with a wall mounted hand wash basin and low level wc, radiator, continuation of patterned floor tiles and window to the side elevation.
Access to the loft space, linen cupboard, downlighters and doors to:
A comfortable double room, school style column radiator and sash window to the rear elevation.
A further double room, school style column radiator and sash window to the front elevation.
Another double room with school style column radiator and sash window to the rear elevation.
Refitted with a traditional designed white suite comprising a pedestal hand wash basin with chrome taps, low level wc and a wooden panelled bath with mixer tap and separate rain shower over, grey tiled splashbacks, exposed wooden floorboards, heated towel rail, shaver point and sash window to the rear elevation.
A low maintenance paved front garden, part enclosed by brick boundary walls with steps and paved pathway to the storm porch, front door and gated access to the side and rear garden.
A further highlight of the property is the generous rear garden in excess of 100ft in length with paved terracing, wooden pergola and lawns beyond interspersed by mature shrubbery. Two garden sheds, enclosed by wooden panelled fencing and mature clipped boundary hedging.
The Tenure of this property is FREEHOLD. The Council Tax Band is D. The amount payable for the year 2023-24 is £2075.94. The EPC Rating is E.
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