- Quintessential Grade II listed Seventeenth Century two Bedroom semi detached beamed cottage
- Master Bedroom with impressive vaulted ceiling
- Lounge. Dining Room. Conservatory
- Office/Games Room
- Private southerly facing gardens
- Retaining a wealth of period features and charm
- First floor Shower Room
- Fitted Kitchen
- Garage and Allocated Parking
- VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
Quintessential Grade II listed Seventeenth Century two Bedroom semi detached beamed character cottage retaining a wealth of period features and charm. Master Bedroom with impressive vaulted ceiling. First floor Shower Room. Lounge. Dining Room. Conservatory. Fitted Kitchen. Office/Store. Garage. Allocated Parking. Private southerly facing gardens. Convenient for 'Village' centre. VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
Bovingdon has a bustling Village Centre with shopping facilities and amenities which include the highly regarded Village Academy School and the Village Green. For the commuter the M1/M25 access points and nearby Kings Langley and Hemel Hempstead Railway Station are close at hand.
Oak panelled front door to :-
Exposed beams to walls and ceiling. Impressive feature cast iron wood burning stove. Dual aspect room with windows to front and rear aspects. Radiator.
Casement window to rear aspect. Radiator. Exposed beams to walls and ceiling. Understairs storage cupboard. Multi-glazed stable door opening to conservatory. Stairs to first floor.
Triple aspect with brick lower walls and double glazed windows. Two radiators. Double glazed French doors opening to rear garden.
Fitted with a white butlers sink and a range of matching wall and floor mounted units comprising both cupboards and drawers. Colour co-ordinated worksurfaces and part tiled walls. Integrated hob with concealed extractor hood over. Integrated oven and grill. Radiator. Casement window to front aspect. Exposed beams to two walls. Recessed ceiling lighting.
Access to loft space. Picture window with decorative stained glass and leaded light features. Doors to all upstairs rooms.
Dual aspect room with casement windows to front and rear aspects. Impressive vaulted ceiling. Exposed beams to walls and ceiling. Radiator. Range of `old pine` fronted fitted wardrobes.
Two casement windows to rear aspect. Radiator. Exposed beams to walls. Range of matching `old pine` fronted wardrobes to one wall. Airing cupboard.
Fitted in white with chrome fittings and comprising a tiled shower cubicle with fitted shower and shower door, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, and a low level WC. Storage cupboard with space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. Shelved storage cupboard with a hanging rail. Casement window.
Situated towards the gardens end. Carpeted with painted walls and ceiling, and with power and light. Casement window. Panelled part glazed door to rear garden.
Approached via gated rear access and with useful eaves storage area over.
PRIVATE ALLOACTED OFF ROAD PARKING SPACE
An outstanding feature of the property being private and established southerly facing gardens which are pleasantly arranged with a patio and lawned area adorned by well stocked variegated and established herbaceous borders. Fenced boundaries. Gated side and rear access.
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