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The Beeches is an attractive five bedroom farm house which has been thoughtfully extended over the years. The property benefits from attractive bluebell woodland to the rear of the boundary and farmland views to the front.
A viewing is essential to appreciate the stunning plot with glorious landscaped gardens.
This is an idyllic position enjoying an abundance of scenic walks, country pubs & positioned on the edge of a popular Hertfordshire village. Less than a mile down the road is Belsize, a quaint Hamlet with another country pub.
Internally the house affords some character features with exposed beams and a log burning stove. Generous living space to the ground floor can be seen on the attached floor plan.
There are well proportioned rooms of which four enjoy a dual or triple aspect.
To the first floor, a spacious landing provides access to the bedrooms and stairs to the second floor landing.
The master suite has a balcony overlooking the stunning rear garden, a walk through dressing room & a four piece en-suite bathroom.
Four further bedrooms to the first & second floor are serviced by a conveniently positioned family bathroom to the end of the first floor landing.
Sarratt enjoys a 12th Century church, shop and post office, junior school, garage and three country pubs. The Metropolitan and Chiltern Line railway services are available from both Rickmansworth & Amersham.
The M25, M1 and A41 are all within a short drive.
At Kings Langley there is the main line station connecting to London Euston (approx 25 minutes).
Shopping at Kings Langley provides some specialist shops to include antique shops and several restaurants, church and public house. For more extensive shopping and leisure facilities there is Watford Harlequin Centre some six miles away.
The area has a number of schools for both private and state education. Other surrounding villages also provide good local pubs and scenic village life. Rickmansworth town centre provides for more comprehensive facilities to include the food halls of Waitrose, Tesco and Marks & Spencer.
A five bar gated entrance leads to the gravelled driveway with parking for several vehicles and a double carport. The front door leads to the entrance hall and side door access to the lobby room.
The mature plot is just under half an acre which includes front, side and rear gardens. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a selection of mature trees, shrubs & plants. An attractive pond is centrally positioned within the rear garden.
A patio entertaining area can be accessed from the
kitchen & breakfast room, utility room and garden room. The gardens are enclosed to all sides.
Local Authority: Three Rivers District Council.
Kitchen & Breakfast Room
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