- Rarely available and outstanding "3" Bedroom Victorian character home
- Pleasant side road situation
- Luxury refitted Kitchen/Dining Room with vaulted ceiling and double glazed skylights.
- Utility room
- efitted 4 piece first floor Bathroom with free standing roll top bath and separate shower cubicle
- Large extended living accommodation and private southerly facing rear garden
- Particularly convenient for the Main Line Railway Station and "Village" centre
- Double glazed bi-fold doors opening to the rear garden
- Downstairs Cloakroom
Rarely available and outstanding `3` Bedroom Victorian character home with large extended living accommodation, and private southerly facing rear garden. Pleasant side road situation particularly convenient for the Main Line Railway Station (London Euston 26 mins) and `Village` centre. Luxury refitted Kitchen/Dining Room with vaulted ceiling, double glazed skylights and double glazed bi-fold doors opening to the rear garden. Utility room. Downstairs Cloakroom. Refitted four piece first floor bathroom with free standing roll top bath and separate shower cubicle.
‘Boxmoor Village` has a range of shopping facilities and amenities, including the Village Hall and Playhouse, restaurants, public houses and Leisure Centre. The Moor is a beautiful open space with a cricket pitch and the Grand Union Canal and River Bulbourne running through it. The mainline railway station offer an excellent service to London Euston (26 mins)
Storm porch with outside light and panelled double glazed front door opening to:-
Radiator. Stairs to first floor.
Impressive double glazed box sash window with fitted window seat. Feature open cast iron fireplace with matching mantle and slate tiled hearth. Fitted shelving to both alcoves. Radiator. Stained and varnished old pine flooring. Square archway to :-
Stained and varnished old pine flooring. Radiator.
An outstanding feature of the property being a delightfully spacious room with a part vaulted ceiling with two double glazed Velux skylights and double glazed bi-fold doors opening out onto a private southerly facing rear garden. The kitchen has been refitted with a white butler sink with mixer tap and an extensive range of matching wall and floor mounted units comprising both cupboards and drawers and with the benefit of concealed lighting and matching cornices, pelmets, and plinths. Matching peninsula, pull out larder cupboard, plate rack, pan drawers and wine rack. Range of solid oak worksurfaces and matching breakfast bar. Colour co-ordinated part tiled walls. Fitted Range cooker with stainless steel splash back and extractor hood over. Integrated microwave oven. Integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer all behind matching fronts. Recessed ceiling lighting. Tiled floor with under floor heating.
Roll top work surfaces. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Space for further white goods. Recessed ceiling lighting. Extractor fan. Tiled floor with under floor heating.
Refitted in white with chrome fittings and comprising wash hand basin with tiled splashback over and low level WC with concealed cistern. Extractor fan. Tiled floor with under floor heating.
Stairs to second floor with turned balustrading.
Two double glazed box sash windows. Radiator.
Double glazed window. Radiator.
Delightfully spacious and bright dual aspect room refitted in the period style with a four piece suite comprising free standing roll top bath with claw feet and ornate mixer tap and shower attachment, tiled shower cubicle with fitted shower unit, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Chrome heated towel rail with integrated radiator. Tiled floor. Shelved linen cupboard. Dual aspect double glazed windows. Double glazed windows, Double glazed Velux skylight.
Double glazed window.
Whilst lacking building regulations the loft has been used as a bedroom by the owner and previous owners. Dual aspect room with two double glazed Velux skylights and a further double glazed window enjoying glorious far reaching views towards Roughdown Common beyond. Radiator. Built in wardrobe. Eaves storage cupboard.
Landscaped with low maintenance in mind and mainly shingled and arranged behind a dwarf brick retaining wall to the property`s front curtilage. Gated side access to :-
Another particularly attractive feature of the property being southerly facing in aspect, established and pleasantly private. The garden is arranged with a paved patio and an area laid to lawn with herbaceous borders. Further paved patios towards the gardens end. Garden shed. Fenced boundaries.
The vendors inform us that whilst the conversion of around 12 years ago lacks building regulations, the loft does benefit from an indemnity policy and has been used by themselves and previous owners as a bedroom.
Please see floorplan for measurements.
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