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Piccotts End Lane, Piccotts End, HP2

  •   2 Bedrooms
  •   1 Bathrooms
  •   1 Receptions

Located in the picturesque Hamlet of Piccotts End and located on Piccotts End Lane, this charming period end-of-terrace house boasts a ...


Key features

  • Period Property
  • Picturesque location
  • Abundance of character
  • Self Contained Annex
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Courtyard Garden
  • On-street Parking
  • Close to amenities

Full property description

Located in the picturesque Hamlet of Piccotts End and located on Piccotts End Lane, this charming period end-of-terrace house boasts a cosy and welcoming atmosphere. The property features 2 bedrooms, making it ideal for a small family or professionals looking for a comfortable living space. The interior is well-maintained, with a blend of modern amenities and traditional charm throughout.

Entering through the courtyard garden to the property you’ll find an abundance of character with original wooden beams through and stylish hardwood floors giving character to an already beautiful property, the lounge houses an open fireplace and exposed brickwork perfect for those cozy evenings in. The kitchen continues this trend with slate stone flooring, a bay set range cooker and traditional butler sink.

The principal bedroom is very well sized containing alcove wardrobes providing plenty of space, large windows to allow plenty of light. Continued character through hardwood floorings and exposed wooden beams. Bedroom 2 offers a well sized double bedroom with built in storage spaces. The bathroom again brings traditional to the forefront of your mind with a 3-piece suite, exposed brickwork, subway tiles and exposed wooden beams.

A wonderful Highlight of this property will be the garden annex room set off the courtyard garden with utility cupboard, shower room and seating space, perfect for a home office or short stay.

Piccotts End is a peaceful village, surrounded by countryside, with a popular gastropub. It's also a short walk from the open spaces of Gadebridge Park and the charms of Hemel Hempstead Old Town, with its independent shops and cafes, and traditional architecture, including a Norman church with Ashridge Estate and Whipsnade Zoo being other options for weekend entertainment..

Situated in a desirable location, this home offers easy access to local amenities, schools, and transport links. Don't miss the opportunity to own this delightful property that combines character and comfort in a prime residential area benefiting from convenient on-street parking available.

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.

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33 St Johns Road, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP1 1QQ
01442 233345

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