A beautifully characterful period home set in the heart of this Hertfordshire village offering excellent and surprisingly spacious living space
The ground floor accommodation comprises of a large double reception to the front with a doorway leading to a utility room, which houses the boiler and has space for lots of storage. To the side of this sits a large drawing room with an additional side entrance door and an original open, inglenook fireplace with stock brick surround. To the rear of the house sits a good sized family room which has double doors leading onto the rear garden and has access to the kitchen/breakfast room and guest cloakroom. In the kitchen there is a range of basic wall and base units with space for a kitchen table and another door leading onto the rear garden.
Moving upstairs, the landing has a large walk-in eaves storage cupboard and many exposed beams, which restricts ceiling heights in a few places. There are three bedrooms on this level, with the main bedroom having an en suite shower room and WC together with a walk in dressing area. The two further bedrooms share a family bathroom/WC.
On the outside the pretty rear garden is well stocked with a lawn area, rockery and patio to the rear of the house. An additional area could provide parking for a small car, and is approached via a right of way over the neighbour's driveway.
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Dating back several hundred years and and at one point the village bank lots of history and character here with a rare chance to improve and modernise to your own tastesJustin Godfrey