Guide Price £550,000 - Available

  • Uniquely charming well presented Double Fronted Beamed Character Cottage
  • Historic Hamlet situation
  • Wealth of period features including exposed beams
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Double width driveway
  • Detached Barn/Studio/Garage
  • Reputed to date back to circa 1850
  • Glorious farmland and countryside views
  • Gas central heating

Uniquely charming and well presented 3 Bedroom DOUBLE FRONTED Semi-Detached beamed Character Cottage with further DETACHED BARN/Studio, garage, double width driveway and exclusive, picturesque and historic Hamlet situation. Reputed to date back to circa 1850 the cottage boasts a wealth of period features including exposed beams and feature fireplaces. There are glorious farmland and countryside views and the detached barn affords a wealth of possibilities as a potential office, hobbies/playroom or studio annexe.

Piccotts End is an historic and picturesque Chiltern village situated above the upper River Gade and adjoining beautiful open countryside. The village is home to several medieval cottages and a number of Georgian and Regency villas, one of these, the Marchmont, is now a charming Public House and Restaurant. For the commuter the M1/M25 access points are close at hand as is Hemel Hempstead's mainline railway station which offers an excellent service to London Euston.

Panelled Oak front door opening to the main house.

Window with glorious outlook towards farmland and countryside beyond. Radiator. Impressive floor to ceiling brick open fireplace with oak mantle and brick hearth. Beamed ceiling. Stairs to first floor.

Of good size and with a window again with open views. Feature floor to ceiling brick fireplace with oak mantle, stone hearth and fitted cast iron wood burning stove. Stripped and varnished old pine flooring. Beamed ceiling. Radiator.

Refitted in the traditional style with a white butlers sink with honed oak drainer and a range of solid oak fitted wall and floor mounted units comprising both cupboards and drawers. Range of matching oak work surfaces and windowsill. Colour co-ordinated tiled splash backs. Fitted Range cooker. Integrated dishwasher and Fridge behind matching oak fronts. Oak fronted cupboard housing recently replaced Bosch gas boiler. Beamed ceiling. Teracotta floor tiling. Double glazed window. Part glazed stable door opening to the private countryside style garden.


Window. Eaves storage.

Delightfully spacious with glorious countryside views. Radiator. Part vaulted ceiling.

Secondary glazed window again with wonderful views. Radiator. Part vaulted ceiling with exposed beams. Double width built in wardrobe.

Double glazed window. Radiator.

Refitted in white with period style chrome fittings and comprising a `P` shaped panelled bath with fitted shower unit over and fitted shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Heated towel rail. Painted tongue and groove panelling to lower walls. Access to loft space. Double glazed window.


Of good size and with painted walls and painted vaulted and beamed ceiling and with power, light and water. Three windows and further double glazed skylight and two Baxi Brazila gas convector heaters. Single bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, cupboard under and adjacent roll top work surfaces. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Doors to garage and :-

Low level WC. Window.

Of longer than standard length and with power and light. Windows. Doors to barn.

Providing excellent further off road parking facilities.

A private courtyard garden that is arranged with a paved patio and an area laid to lawn with herbaceous features. Outside tap. Outside light. Gated side access. Door to Detached Barn.

Please see floorplan for measurements.

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.

Floor Plan
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