Savills | Harmer Green Lane, Welwyn, Hertfordshire, AL6 0AS | Property for sale
294.69 sq m
Guide price £2,250,000(€2,663,980)

Harmer Green LaneWelwyn, Hertfordshire, AL6 0AS

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Stunning family house in woodland setting
  • Approaching an acre plot
  • Elegant drawing room with conservatory
  • Three further reception rooms
  • Magnificent Kitchen/Breakfast room
  • Principal bedroom with vaulted ceiling, dressing room, en suite bathroom and balcony
  • Ideal for those wanting to commute
  • Wonderful private gardens ideal for outside entertaining
  • Driveway with parking for several cars

A stunning bespoke family home in a convenient popular location.

About this property

  • Harmer Green is a popular leafy suburb which is home to substantial and attractive properties in a delightful woodland setting.

    Approached from Harmer Green Lane, the house occupies a lightly wooded private mature plot of about an acre. Built just over seven years ago, the house is a triumph in its design. Based loosely on the Arts and Crafts style, the house has been built to maximise the bright elevated surroundings. With a keen eye on detail, the property is superbly finished and has a a superb stylish interior. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and has a most impressive entrance hall with an elegant curved staircase which provides a real sense of arrival. Extending to over 3,100 sq ft this is a generously proportioned family home which provides bright and airy living with superb views over its surrounding gardens.

    One of the many outstanding features of the house is the stunning kitchen/breakfast room, with Aga and beautiful hand painted tiles. There is a useful and well fitted utility room adjacent to the kitchen with convenient access to the side of the house; ideal for the grocery deliveries. The drawing room with its barrel style conservatory is a lovely room overlooking the rear garden, with doors opening out onto the terrace. The dining room is a great size with more than enough space to entertain on a grand scale. There are two further reception rooms overlooking the front gardens which provide flexible living arrangements.

    On the first floor the bedrooms are all set off the extensive feature galleried landing. The principal bedroom suite is a great retreat with a fully fitted dressing room, and luxury en suite bathroom with slipper bath and a charming balcony overlooking the gardens at the rear. An ideal place for early morning coffee whilst taking in the woodland views. There is a nicely appointed guest room with dressing room and en suite shower room; perfect for visiting friends and family. There is another en suite bedroom along with two further bedrooms which share a shower/bathroom.

    The grounds surround the house and consist of both front and rear lawns which are private with woodland borders. There is a gate leading from the rear garden onto the woodlands beyond perfect for taking the dogs for their daily walks. There is an extensive terrace spanning the rear of the house with space enough for entertaining large garden parties.

    There is a beautifully styled greenhouse to the side of the house which has ample space for the most green fingered garden enthusiast.

    At the front, accessed from the driveway with off-street parking for several cars, there is a timber heritage style triple garage which is currently home to a gym. A flexible space which could be put to a variety of uses.

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Stunning family home in leafy setting with substantial mature gardens.

Lynn EllisProperty agent

Local information

  • Approx. Mileages: Welwyn North Station - 0.2 mile (London Kings Cross from 18 minutes), Old Welwyn - 2.6 miles, A1(M) J6 - 2.1 miles, Harpenden - 11.1 miles, St Albans - 13 miles, London Luton Airport - 14.5 miles.
  • There is an excellent rail link at Welwyn North Station, which is situated just half a mile away and offers a fast and frequent service into London's Kings Cross taking from 18 minutes. There are alternative stations at both Welwyn Garden City and Knebworth.
  • 2.6 miles away is the picturesque village of Old Welwyn, which is rich in history and located on the banks of the river Mimram. The streets are home to a selection of general and specialist shops, pubs and restaurants, doctors and dentists surgery, which all give the village a busy, vibrant feel.
  • Welwyn Garden City is also just over two miles south and has a number of leisure facilities, a large shopping centre with a John Lewis department store and Waitrose supermarket.
  • Schooling is widely available in the area, including Sherrardswood School, Heath Mount School, Queenswood, Haileybury, St Albans School and St Albans High School.
  • The locality offers many private and public golf courses, including both the championship courses at Hanbury Manor and Brocket Hall.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = B
  • Tenure = Freehold