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This exceptional Queen Anne style grade ll listed home is the result of a skillful amalgamation of two cottages into one. The accommodation is graced with many wonderful period features throughout and has been furbished to a high standard.
The living room has two lovely fireplaces including a fine Inglenook. The aged reclaimed oak floor is beautiful and there is an original corner display unit.
The kitchen/dining room is fitted with a stunning range of storage units, further enhanced by beautiful granite work sufaces and floor level LED perimeter mood lighting. features of note include the chequerboard style quarry tiled floor, part vaulted ceiling over the dining area, wine fridge, integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer.
A utility Room with plumbing for an automatic washing machine and space for a tumble dryer is approached externally, keeping noisy appliances out of ear shot.
A door leads into the rear hall with a coat/boot cupboard and a well fitted shower room with tiled shower enclosure, wash basin, low flush wc and more luxurious granite surfaces with cupboard and drawer storage below.
The first floor landing leads to two beautiful double bedrooms with exposed beams and built in wardrobes. There is a superb family bathroom of excellent proportions and this is fitted to an exceptional standard with a suite that includes a central slipper bath with ball & claw feet, a La Chapelle washstand, low flush WC and pretty corner fireplace.
On the second floor there are two further bedrooms, each with independent staircases and dormer windows.
Externally the formal cottage front garden is planted with a profusion of flowering plants, shrubs dwarf lavender hedges. The rear garden is surprisingly well proportioned for a cottage and extends behind neighboring cottages. It has a large brick paved patio area, a large lawn and well stocked flower beds. There is a brick outbuilding which is great for storing garden tools etc and an attractive timber summer house. There is also a gated rear access.
The property is conveniently positioned for travel and amenities. Commuting into London is easy (just 20 minutes by train to Kings Cross from Knebworth) and St Albans. Stansted and Luton airports are also within comfortable reach. There is a wide range of excellent state and private schooling within the area, in Welwyn Garden City, Hitchin, St Albans, Harpenden and Letchworth, with Codicote primary school assessed as outstanding in all areas.
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