Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
Discreetly positioned at the end of a private drive in beautiful grounds amounting to approximately half an acre, we have this stunning grade ll listed period residence.
The entrance hall has doors with suffolk latches opening to a beautiful iving room with a feature cast iron wood buring stove and a carved timber surround. The adjoining dining room has an impressive innglenook fireplace with substantial oak bressemar and both rooms exude great ambience.
The farmhouse kitchen is beautifully fitted with a range of storage units and incorporates an attractive dresser with glazed display cabinets. There are oak worksurfaces, plumbing for a dishwasher, aga range with separate electric integrated oven to the side with two ring electic hob. There is a quarry tiled floor, and a recess suitable for an upright fridge freezer. There is also a walk-in, shelved larder.
The utility room has plumbing for an automatic washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, space for a further fridge freezer, and storage shelving.
The very attractive timber framed sun room/conservatory makes for an excellent breakfast room and looks out over the wonderful gardens. This leads into an inner hall from which from which you gain access to a family room with fireplace with carved timber surround. The shower room is fitted with a tiled shower enclosure, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush W.C. and two heated towel rails and enhance with travertine floors, and limestone tiling to the walls.
The first floor has a galleried landing and a linen cupboard with a shelved interior and leads to the master bedroom has a range of fitted wardrobes, an amazing exposed beam structure and windows overlooking the gardens.
Bedroom two has a lofty ceiling and noteable and some remakable medieval writing on the upper back wall. Bedroom three is dual aspect, whilst
bedroom four has a built-in wardrobe cupboard, storage alcove, a high ceiling, and some fitted cupboards an outlook to the front.
The bathroom is tastefully fitted with a suite comprising a raised bath with tiled surround, low flush W.C. and a wash basin set within a washstand with tiled surround.
The beautiful, private grounds which extend to all sides and comprise large expanses of lawn, many varieties of mature trees, some fruit bearing, whilst aromatic beds of lavender sit either side of the pathway leading to the entrance door and a front elevation adorned with climbing roses and wisteria. There is a covered wood store, a large timber shed with double doors. At the rear of the house there is a flagstone patio area and shaped lawns that back onto grass meadows. The property is approached by an extensive driveway with five bar entrance into a large parking area providing comfortable parking for in excess of ten vehicles. PLEASE NOTE: in addition to the owned plot of just under a half acre, our clients rent 0.1 of an acre from the Pilkington Estate for a modest annual sum (details provided by request).
Breachwood Green is a charming Hertfordshire village situated on the Hertfordshire/Bedfordshire border. The village has a very friendly public house and a popular JMI school . The surrounding countryside providing excellent walks and hosts all forms of wildlife, including herds of deer.l
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate