Turning into the large driveway of this character bungalow, flanked by an attractive double garage, there are few people who could deny a very positive first impression.
The beamed front and attractive exterior design give an immediate taste of good things to come – and a dramatic impact from the outset.
The entrance leads into a large and inviting hallway from which the accommodation flows. The kitchen offers good, practical, design with plenty of storage space and an ideal layout for all catering needs.
The large lounge is light and airy and leads directly into a conservatory which looks out onto the very well maintained and established rear garden, a delight for anyone seeking some outside space to take in the peace and quiet of the neighbourhood.
Three large bedrooms – one en-suite – also offer plenty of storage and wardrobe space while the family bathroom is a natural addition to complete the facilities of this house.
This unique property is a one-off and provides a chance for a discerning purchaser to own something very homely and eye-catching..
Situated in one of the areas most popular residential roads, this home exudes style and charisma. It has a personality of its own; bright, light and obviously very much loved over the years.
THE LOCAL AREA
This property is situated in a location that is ideally suited to all kinds of needs – from transport links and shopping facilities to schools, open spaces and leisure opportunities.
The market town of Berkhamsted, within the Chilterns countryside, offers shops, restaurants, pubs, leisure facilities and plenty of education options.
For commuters, the A41 bypass offers good connections to both the M1 and M25 and the mainline station provides a fast and frequent service to London (Euston).
Children and students are well catered for thanks to a wide range of local education establishments including Bridgewater and Westfield primary schools and Ashlyns, Kitchener’s Field and Berkhamsted secondary schools.
A mix of state and private, independent and denominational schools are in close proximity to add plenty of choice to parents seeking the right environment for their children.
When it comes to getting out and about at the weekends there are plenty of leisure opportunities including Ashridge House, the Natural History Museum at Tring, Northchurch Common and plenty of access to the buzz of café culture, restaurants, banks and independent shopping. Further facilities are also offered in nearby towns which are easy to get to on local bus services or by road.
This secluded, rural, location is perfect for those who like to get away from the hustle and bustle while still being conveniently close for all daily requirements.
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