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A unique and very appealing gabled fronted chapel conversion with a stunning interior and a setting in a delightful rural hamlet which is surrounded by beautiful Hertfordshire countryside.
The property, which was contructed in 1907 has beautiful stained glass windows either side of the entrance door and this leads into the entrance hall which has a lovely timber panelled floor and useful understair storage.
The L-shaped living room is comfortably proportioned and very impressive, featuring a log burner and separate dining area with wooden floors. A door leads into an adjoining but modest conservatory/boot room.
The hand crafted bespoke kitchen, which is one of the properties principle features, is beautifully styled and fitted with an extensive range of storage units, graced with Quartz work surfaces, a deep butler style sink and fitted appliances that include a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and space for a range cooker. The room is further enhanced by marble floor tiling.
Also located on the ground floor is bedroom three and this has a tastefully fitted adjoining shower room with a tiled shower enclosure, low flush WC and wash basin, we believe that this would work particularly well as a guest bedroom.
On the first floor there is a substantial galleried landing which provides space for a study area and doors that lead to the main bedroom, which has a high vaulted ceiling and doors into large wardrobe space. Bedroom two also has it's own built-in wardrobe and the airing cupboard.
The family bathroom is beautifully fitted with a modern suite comprising a bath with shower over, wash hand basin and low flush WC.
Externally, the rear garden is laid mainly to lawn and has a patio, timber shed, glass house and beds stocked with mature shrubs and flowering plants. There is a side access which leads through to the front and off street parking to the side.
The property is on mains water and electricity, but has a private sewarge system.
The picturesque hamlet of Bendish is in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, found approximately 7 miles to the east of Harpenden which provides a comprehensive range of shopping facilities, cafes and restaurants as does nearby Hitchin.
There are convenience stores and a post offices in nearby Whitwell and Kimpton for day to day supplies together with primary schools and churches.
Excellent secondary schools can be found in both Hitchin and Harpenden. For the commuter there is a fast and frequent rail service just under 6 miles away at Luton Parkway to St Pancras (from 27 minutes) and the M1, M25, A1(M) and London Luton International Airport are all accessible.
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