Green End, Braughing, Ware, Hertfordshire, SG11 2PG | Property for sale | Savills
2,015 sq ft(187.20 sq m)
Guide price £1,150,000

Green EndBraughing, Ware, Hertfordshire, SG11 2PG


    Key features

    • With its stunning architectural elegance and an abundance of character, this property offers an idyllic retreat for families and downsizers alike
    • The house is NOT listed but the spacious interior boasts a wealth of charm, complete with an inviting inglenook fireplace, perfect for creating warm and cosy evenings with loved ones
    • The traditional oak kitchen offers a fabulous place for a budding cook to create homely suppers with its range cooker and butler sink
    • Indulge in a moment of serenity within the luxurious family bathroom, featuring a delightful rolltop bath for pure relaxation
    • The captivating garden, generously proportioned and immaculately maintained, provides ample space for outdoor activities, green-fingered enthusiasts, and cherished family gatherings
    • Situated near open countryside, residents are spoiled with the opportunity of exploring the remarkable landscapes that Hertfordshire has to offer

    A delightful period home on the edge of a popular village - within walking distance of open countryside and the local primary school.

    About this property

    • This stylish period home is not listed and has been updated over the years to offer modern conveniences yet retaining much original character.

      A private driveway goes to the side of the house giving access to the double bay cart lodge and garage. The entrance porch opens into the hallway, off which there is a guest cloakroom and doors leading into the principal reception rooms, which include a snug / TV room, study and a spacious open plan living room with separate dining area. This room has a wonderful feel to it with exposed beams and an inglenook fireplace. Completing the ground floor is a good sized kitchen / breakfast room with a range of traditional oak fronted units and a range cooker.

      Upstairs, there are five bedrooms, three of which have fitted wardrobes and the main bedroom having an en suite shower room. The family bathroom has a roll top bath as a centerpiece.

      Outside the gardens extend to just under 0.4 of an acre and envelop the house on all sides, with a mix of lawn, flower beds and mature specimen trees.

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    I love the location of this house - its on the edge of one of the most pretty villages, with a great community atmosphere. This house works well for all age groups and is set in a lovely garden, ideal to entertain in.

    Justin GodfreyProperty agent

    Local information

    • This pretty historic Hertfordshire village benefits from three highly regarded public houses, with a limited post office service available from one of the pubs, a church and a primary school.
    • Main line railway stations are available at either Bishop's Stortford (with commuter services to London's Liverpool Street approx. 38 minutes) or Broxbourne station (approx. 28 minutes to London) reached via the A10 to Broxbourne.
    • This road provides vehicular access to both London and the M25 to the south or Cambridge to the north.
    • The acclaimed Pearces Farm shop is around 10 minutes away providing a boutique shopping experience, tea room and restaurant.
    • Alternatively access is available to the M11 motorway at junction 8 on the outskirts of Bishop's Stortford.
    • Excellent state schooling is available nearby with private schooling at Heathmount, Bishop's Stortford College, Haileybury and St Edmunds.

    Additional information

    • SERVICES:
    • All mains services are connected, including Fibre Broadband. The house has a water softener.
    • Directions: SAT NAV POSTCODE: SG11 2PG.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G