Queen Hoo Lane, Tewin, Welwyn, Hertfordshire, AL6 0LT | Property for sale | Savills
328.88 sq m
Guide price £2,500,000(€2,850,528)

Queen Hoo LaneTewin, Welwyn, Hertfordshire, AL6 0LT

    Key features

    • Prestigious and private location
    • Long driveway with extensive parking
    • Superb open plan living area at rear
    • Large gym above garage offering annexe potential
    • Southerly rear aspect with fields at rear
    • Bespoke wooden kitchen

    Superb family house on about 0.75 acres in a most sought after location.

    About this property

    • Hunters Moon occupies a private plot of about 0.75 acres in one of the areas most prestigious locations, characterised by individual houses generally set on large plots. Set back from the road and accessed by a private driveway, the house enjoys lovely views over gardens that slope gently down to fields at the rear. The property has been extended and improved by the present owners and is presented in excellent decorative order.

      The reception hall is centrally located and gives access to the guest cloakroom and a front facing family room. To the rear of the house there is a large open plan space incorporating the kitchen, dining and sitting areas with Travertine limestone flooring with underfloor heating. The bespoke kitchen features extensive painted wooden cabinets with granite worksurfaces, a large island, Rangemaster range cooker, dishwasher and American style fridge freezer. There is a separate preparation unit with marble top and cupboards under. The dining area has bi fold doors to the terrace maximising the views over the gardens. A stylish sitting room with stone fireplace with log burner has wooden flooring and a different level helping to delineate the space. An inner hallway accessed from the kitchen has a door to front and stairs down to a utility room and up to a study and the gym which is situated over the garage. This has the option to be used as additional bedroom space or as an annexe if required.

      The first floor offers four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The main bedroom has picture window to rear and a run of fitted wardrobes to one wall and an en suite bathroom with both bath and shower cubicle. The second bedroom has an en suite shower room and the two further bedrooms share access to a family bathroom.

      The house is approached by a sweeping block paved driveway that leads to the integral double garage and offers extensive parking. The plot is well shielded from the neighbouring houses by mature trees and offers great privacy. To the rear of the property a patio and raised deck area offer space to enjoy both the garden views and the southerly aspect. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with various shrubs and flower beds and there is a Summer house.

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    Sitting on the terrace, looking out over the gardens is wonderful, it's a lovely spot.

    Douglas SleaperProperty agent

    Local information

    • The picturesque village of Tewin is centrally located between Hatfield and Hertford, each accessible within eight miles. Surrounded by pretty, rolling Hertfordshire countryside, the village has a church, a well-used village hall, tennis, cricket and bowls clubs. The community shop is handily located for everyday necessities and the village offers two pubs, The Plume of Feathers and The Rose and Crown.
    • The area offers access to extensive walking routes in the local area, and the enchanting Tewin Orchard Nature Reserve, a mile north, presents varied local fruit trees and a wide variety of wildlife, including badgers and red kites. In contrast, Hopkyns Wood is a shady oak and hornbeam wood dominated by bluebells and wild garlic in springtime. St Albans, 13 miles south-west, is characterised by its historic architecture and many listed buildings, as well as St Albans Cathedral, Roman Verulamium Park and Museum and the River Ver. It offers a broad selection of independent restaurants and shopping facilities, such as The Maltings, a thriving local shopping hub.
    • The area is well-renowned for exceptional schooling opportunities with a village primary school, Tewin Cowper and a good range of independent schools nearby, including Heathmount, Haileybury and Queenswood.
    • Transport links are also very good, with London Kings Cross just 20 minutes by train from Welwyn North, one and a half miles west of Welwyn Garden City. Central London is less than 30 miles south.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: H