Castles are pleased to present this well cared for and extended 1930s, three-bedroom semi-detached family home, located in a quiet cul-de-sac. This property benefits from a neutral palette which maximises the ample natural light that streams in creating a bright and airy feel.
Set upon a raised elevation, this propertys grand stature stands proud over the road. A shingled front garden is enhanced by mature fushias. Steps lead up from the driveway which has potential to be extended to a double driveway.
Entering the property through its hallway, we turn right into the open plan living room which has a wealth of space to spend time together with the family. With a large bay window and chimney breast, the room is bright and airy with the potential to add a warming fireplace to enhance the already tranquil environment.
This property benefits from a two-storey extension, the ground floor of which provides us with a spacious kitchen-diner. A U shaped kitchen with ample storage and cabinets of a natural wood effect, with shaker style fronts is flattered by black countertops bowing into the central kitchen breakfast bar area. In the olive-green side of the kitchen, is our well-sized family dining area with great views of our private garden and lengthy lawn. With multiple dual aspect windows this room possesses a great deal of natural light, making it a lovely place to cook and entertain - truly the heart of the home.
In addition to this, hidden away on the ground floor in its own private pocket is the office room. This versatile space is perfect for those working from home but would also make a lovely snug or den for those wishing to hide themselves away in their own sanctuary. Also containing a bespoke utility cupboard housing a new boiler.
Completing the ground floor is a two-piece guest cloakroom and an under-the-stairs cupboard providing some additional storage.
To the first floor there are three bedrooms. The master is extremely well sized, with alcove spacing allowing plenty of wardrobe space for his and hers. A unique feature of this room would be the capacity to use the existing plumbing and electrics to reinstall a hidden shower. A useful feature for any bustling family. The second bedroom, a large double, has the added privileges of dual windows allowing plenty of light and a peaceful view of the garden. Bedroom three is a generous single, again with lots of natural light. The last addition to the first floor is the family bathroom. Currently home to a three-piece suite with an electric power shower over the bath, this room possesses such a size that if desired it could easily incorporate a separate shower.
The rear garden provides side access to the front of the property, two seating areas and steps up to the extensive lawn. A front barked patio provides an all-season outdoor seating area or play space for children. To the rear of the lawn, we have a grey-slated seating area with the addition of a storage shed and rear treelines accompanied by side hedging and new fencing. We are private and secluded serving us through the summer holidays and weekend breaks.
This must-see property is in a prime position. Located a three-minute walk from Hemel Town Centre which offers a full range of bus routes, shopping facilities and other amenities. The nearby Old Town has a range of restaurants, inns, cafes and independent shops. For the commuter, it is within close proximity to Hemel Hempstead Railway Station which provides quick services to London Euston (29 minutes) and the M1 and M25 are also within very easy access. For those looking for some rural tranquility, the moors with the Grand Union Canal and the Rivers Gade and Bulbourne running through it, Gadebridge Park and open countryside are within two miles. All in all, this property provides a perfect location for those looking to enjoy life in South West Hertfordshire.
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