This stunning former coaching inn, situated in the heart of Codicote village, was skillfully converted into several residential properties in 2017 and now offers spacious, well appointed accommodation of immense character. For practical purposes the property is approached from the rear parking area, through the pretty cottage garden and via double glazed french doors into the modern kitchen breakfast room which has an extensive range of storage units and quartz worksurfaces with inset sink unit. Fitted appliances include 4 ring hob with extractor over, fitted oven and fitted dish washing machine, there is also a recess and space for a fridge freezer. Karndean flooring is fitted throughout and leads 'open plan' to the Living Room which has a bay window to the front aspect and a maginificent inglenook fireplace with oak bressemer over, interior seating and display niches. Exposed brickwork and timbers add to the character of this room.
There is an inner hallway with staircase to first floor and large utility cupboard providing space and plumbing for a washing machine. A cloakroom is also accessed from the inner hall, as is the sitting room which features an attractive bay window and window seat. Dado panelling, exposed beams, a corner fireplace and Karndean flooring complete this warm and cosy room.
The landing features further exposed timbers and brickwork with doors leading to the master bedroom having front aspect, vaulted ceiling and exposed brickwork. The second bedroom also has front aspect and a feature fireplace, while the third overlooks the rear and has built in storage cupboards. Unusually for a property of this type, there is a luxury full suite bathroom with attractive tiling and Karndean flooring and a separate shower room with tiled cubicle, vanity unit and close coupled wc.
Outside, to the rear is a pretty cottage garden with extensive patio area, neat lawn with flower and shrub borders and secure fencing with gated access to the two allocated parking spaces.
Codicote is a large village situated on the B656 between Hitchin, to the north, and Welwyn Garden City, to the south. The High Street is noted for excellent public houses, local shops and restaurants and the local JMI school is rated 'excellent' by Ofsted. For the commuter the nearest mainline stations are closeby, in Knebworth, or Welwyn North, and the A1(M) is also easily accessible. Codicote is surrounded by beautiful countryside with diect access to a network of public footpaths and bridleways.