EQUESTRIAN - This delightful detached family house was built Circa 1840 with later extensions in the early and mid 1970's, originally we believe a pair of farm workers cottages. The property is situated within the conservation area and greenbelt of this popular village. It offers attractive accommodation with some well-proportioned rooms. The accommodation boasts an inviting reception hall, triple aspect drawing room which has an abundance of natural light and an open fire place. The country style kitchen/breakfast room has an Aga at its heart leading to a utility/Pantry room, a great size conservatory, a downstairs WC and a boot room. There is also a family room and separate study that leads to a shower room that could very easily incorporated in to ground floor bedroom or annex.
On the first floor off the landing are five bedrooms to include the master bedroom with an en-suite and a family bathroom. All the rooms enjoy an outlook over the gardens and open countryside.
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The property is surrounded by rolling countryside, on the edge of the pretty Hertfordshire village of Sarratt, within a Conservation Area and designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Sarratt enjoys two pubs, a village shop/post office and village school. It is also close to Rickmansworth, Chorleywood, Little Chalfont, Berkhamsted and the market town of Amersham, all of which contain a broad selection of shops, boutiques, restaurants and supermarkets. The surrounding area provides a good selection of highly regarded schooling, both state and private.
Located only 4 miles from the M25 and 30 miles from London, the house enjoys a secluded rural position, in the heart of outstanding riding country.
The large gravel driveway provides ample parking and leads to the detached double garage. The front gardens are planted with mature shrubs, trees and plants with an attractive brick and flint boundary wall.
Immediately adjacent to the house there is an attractive terrace, which opens to the formal garden, being largely laid to lawn with well-stocked herbaceous borders, shrubs, trees and plants.
There is a gate in the boundary hedge leading to the swimming pool. To the other side of the gardens you will find the tennis court and pathway that leads to a further area of lawn and the stable block with paddock behind.
Three Reception Rooms
Family Bathroom and En-Suite
Stables And Paddock