This charming coach house style home dates from 1905 and offers well balanced and flexible family living space set in just over 3 acres of land, which adjoin the River Rib.
Believed to have once been the Quartermaster's House to the gunpowder factory nearby, this characterful home features high ceilings, large windows and modern bi-fold doors with delightful views to the rear over a meadow and woodland which borders the River Rib.
Internally the reception hallway provides access to the central open plan lounge which has a separate TV area and feature fireplace with an inset wood burning stove. To the front of the house there are two ground floor bedrooms, and two bathrooms, one of which is en suite.
At the rear there is an inner hall with stairs to the first floor and a utility room. Enjoying a panoramic view over the gardens is the kitchen / family / dining room opening onto the patio via two sets of bi-folding doors.
Upstairs there are two further bedrooms sharing a good sized shower room with built-in wardrobes on the landing.
Outside, the house sits back from the road behind an electronically gated carriage driveway which provides parking and a turning area. There is a large workshop which has planning permission to convert into an annexe under East Herts Council reference 3/19/0403/HH.
The property sits on a substantial of around 3.05 acres which provides ample space for many uses, including equestrian and outdoor pursuits. The land adjoins frontage to the River Rib.
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I love the setting of this house. Great countryside position with grounds meandering down to the River. A really good family house in a cracking location.Justin Godfrey