OIEO £575,500 - Sold STC

  • Character Property dating back to 1800's
  • Three bedrooms
  • Close to Train station
  • Unique property, VIEWING A MUST
  • Large living room with period features
  • Mature walled cottage garden
  • Very useful loft space area

An outstanding character property reputed to date back to the late 1800s and the first time to be offered to the market in 40 years. Accommodation comprises a large living room, kitchen/breakfast room, three bedrooms and a study to the first floor. Family bathroom and an excellent sized usable loft area currently configured as two usable areas. Mature cottage style rear garden and workshop over two floors. Viewing is a must to truly appreciate this unique home.

‘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).

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

Wood panelled door to hallway. Door to storage cupboard with storage and hanging space plus gas meter.

Panelled walls, beamed ceilings, brick hearth with log burner. Two radiators, three double glazed sash windows to front.

Ffitted with a range of oak wood wall and base units. Single single stainless steel sink and drainer. Panelled walls. Radiator. Space for under counter fridge, space for range cooker with extractor hood over. Roll top worksurfaces, part tiled walls. Recessed ceiling lighting. Double glazed window to rear. Arch to understairs larder cupboard, door to utility room. Double glazed door to garden and two double glazed full length windows to rear garden. Beamed ceiling.

Space and plumbing for washing machine. Power and light.


Radiator. Recessed ceiling lighting, doors to all rooms and stairs leading to loft space.

Beamed ceiling, panelled walls, fitted wardrobes to one wall. Radiator. Double glazed sash window to front.

Radiator. Beamed ceiling. Double glazed sash window to front.

Beamed ceiling, radiator, double glazed sash window to front. Built-in storage cupboard.

Radiator, double glazed window to rear.

Comprising a white suite with free standing shower cubicle, part tiled walls. Panelled bath, low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, fitted storage cupboard housing boiler. Wood panelling with storage, double glazed window to rear.

Currently used by the present owner as two additional useful spaces (no planning or building regulations exist), comprising panelled walls, beamed ceilings, Velux windows, recessed ceiling lighting, eaves storage.


Side passage providing storage.

An attractive walled cottage garden arranged with privacy in mind and with a patio seating area, mature plants and shrubs with gravelled path leading to the workshop at the gardens end. Gate to side access, walled boundaries, outside tap.

Laid out over two floors and with a range of cupboards, drawers and worksurfaces. Light and power. Single glazed windows downstairs. Two velux windows to the first floor.

Floor Plan
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