There is little not to like in this stunning, traditional, two-bedroom cottage which is aesthetically pleasing while being practical, spacious and comfortable.
With two good size bedrooms and an hugely attractive and large living area, this property oozes character from the feature brick and woodwork to the beamed rooms throughout.
The journey through this highly attractive home starts outside with the fabulous frontage black beam work against the white walls really makes it stand out with the wow factor.
Once into the main house, it offers immediate appeal with an array of delights including fabulous design of the ground floor area allowing for plenty of space while creating a truly appealing home.
The living room is breath taking, offering a fabulous log burner and open plan wood features into the spacious kitchen/breakfast room which is beautifully tiled and fitted with shaker-style storage and cupboards. A double oven and hob coupled with a butler sink and a generous amount of space for fittings and appliances make this an ideal family and entertaining area.
From here there is access to the outdoors which offers a brick paved patio area, fully fenced to offer total seclusion, and a wonderful outbuilding at the end which currently offers flexible space for a bar, office or hobbies.
Upstairs offers true cottage styling, again with beams and various nooks and crannies plus a high-end main family shower-room to complement the en-suite shower within the master bedroom.
This property has many breath-taking and traditional elements that make it stand out from the crowd. Its a must-see for those seeking something truly special in terms of character lifestyle.
THE LOCAL AREA
Piccotts End is within a popular location and situated in a prime residential area with a wide range of excellent schools, transport, restaurants, supermarkets, leisure facilities and much more.
It offers an established local community and convenience of easy transport links to the city. It is within close driving distance to the M1 and M25 and a short distance to Hemel Hempstead, Berkhamsted and Tring train stations with Luton BR station around a 20-minute drive.
Direct links in and out of central London are straightforward while local bus services travel regularly around the local vicinity.
Education is well catered for including a variety of primary schools such as Yew Tree, George Street and Gade Valley primary schools, as well as the Laureate Academy, Hemel Hempstead School and Adeyfield for 11-18 year olds.
When getting out and about there are plenty of places to see and visit, while Gadebridge Park and Keens Field are close by with Ashridge Estate and Whipsnade Zoo being other options for weekend entertainment.
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