This well extended, 1930s built detached family residence is very pleasantly located within the popular village of Digswell, with a deep frontage providing ample off road parking. A covered storm porch and twin light front door gives access to an entrance lobby with deep storage/hanging cupboards and reception hallway with cloakroom off. To the front is a large family room/study providing versatile space and to the rear, a comfortable sitting room with fireplace recess housing a dual fuel cast iron burner and having original polished pine strip flooring. There are also built in storage cabinets with shelving and a secret door leading to the garage with utility area. Open plan from this space is the bright dining/breakfast room with feature vaulted skylight and sliding double glazed patio doors with pleasant aspect over and access to the patio area and garden beyond. The fitted kitchen also has a mainly rear aspect and has quality wall and floor mounted units in an attractive solid wood finish complimented by extensive marble effect worksurfaces incorporating a double bowl sink unit. There is space for a range style cooker with extractor hood over and plumbing for both automatic dish washing and washing machines. There is attractive oak strip flooring and a double glazed door and window to the rear.
Digswell is a popular village within easy striking distance of Welwyn Garden City and Hertford, but also surrounded by countryside with fine riverside and woodland walks. For the commuter, Welwyn North station, providing mainline access to London, is within easy walking distance and the A1(M) is also closeby. The village also benefits from the Cowper Arms public house, several village shops and an active tennis club.
On the first floor, there are five good size bedrooms, the master with front aspect and an ample range of fitted wardrobe cupboards. Three of the remaining bedrooms have a rear aspect over the garden and bedroom three also has built in wardrobe cupboards. The luxury family bathroom has a feature free standing bath and separate shower cubicle and there is a second shower room at the opposite end of the landing.
The garage is integral, offering various conversion possibilities, has a utility area to the rear, personal door to the sitting room anda double glazed door and window to the rear.
The front garden is mainly laid to gravel covered hardstanding for 4/5 vehicles, behind a rendered wall which provides privacy and there are raised flower and shrub borders.
The large, mature, 'L' shaped rear garden is a particular feature and provides a high degree of privacy. There is an extensive raised patio/outside dining area which leads to a large lawn with deep well stocked flower and shrub borders. There are mature specimen deciduous trees and a recently planted orchard area, with deep shrub borders and secure fencing. Useful outbuildings include a substantial timber shed and an attractive covered decking area, ideal for family parties and barbecues.
Digswell is a popular village within easy striking distance of Welwyn Garden City and Hertford, but also surrounded by countryside with fine riverside and woodland walks. For the commuter, Welwyn North station is a 5 minute stroll, providing mainline access to London (Kings X 20 to 35 minutes), and the A1(M) is also closeby. The village also benefits from a public house, several village shops and an active tennis club. There is a wide selection of good primary and secondary schools located nearby, in Hertfordshire, spanning St Albans, Hitchin, Hertford and Welwyn Garden City. The local town centre benefits from a wide range of amenities and shops including John Lewis, Waitrose and marks & Spencer.