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A substantial period five/six bedroom family home offering over 4,400 sq. feet of accommodation. Built in the late 1920s Little Felden House features well proportioned living space and sits on an elevated plot of 0.5 acre with stunning far reaching views of the valley and surrounding countryside. A charming and characterful property offering very well presented, superb accommodation. The front porch leads to an entrance hall with galleried landing which, in turns, leads to a very attractive dual aspect sitting room with large bay window, two sets of French doors, oak strip flooring and feature fireplace; dining room (which adjoins the study and can double as a meeting room); study with built in bespoke Neville Johnson cupboards, filing cabinets and shelving; fully fitted kitchen with limed oak units in a country style and cream Italian Travertine stone tiles and electric Aga all which suit the period of the property; breakfast room; utility room/cloakroom. There is a rear lobby with an external front facing door conveniently accessed from the driveway which provides a further access to the kitchen and also leads to the family room; impressive conservatory; cloakroom/boot room. The first floor consists of five double bedrooms and four bathrooms. The fabulous master bedroom has two pairs of French doors with small balconies, an adjoining dressing room with bay window and en-suite bathroom with marble floors and walls. A second bedroom benefits from an en-suite shower room; the three further bedrooms are served by the adjacent family bathroom and separate shower room, both with marble floors and walls. A second staircase from the landing leads to the two loft rooms that can have various uses such as a home gym, teenage den, games room or bedroom. The rooms situated to the rear of the property all have stunning far reaching views of the valley and surrounding countryside.
Felden is a much sought after semi rural hamlet surrounded by nearly 500 acres of Boxmoor Trust land. From the property there are lovely countryside and woodland walks through the Boxmoor Trust land which has predominantly open access and is free to visit and explore. At the junction of London Road and Felden Lane is the 17th century Boxmoor Lodge with its quaint bar and an award winning conservatory restaurant. The village of Boxmoor with walks along the Grand Union Canal and River Bulbourne, pubs, restaurants, shops and leisure centre is less than a mile away. The neighbouring towns of Berkhamsted and Hemel Hempstead both provide comprehensive amenities and a wide range of educational facilities including the renowned public school for both boys and girls at Berkhamsted. Junction 20 of M25 is approximately 5 miles away and Junction 8 of M1 is approximately 4 miles away. The mainline station of Hemel Hempstead (Euston 24 minutes) is situate at Boxmoor and is within walking distance.
The property is approached via double iron gates and over a brick paviour driveway with a large area of lawn and generous off street parking and access to the double garage. There are gated accesses to each side of the property. One side leads to an attractive narrow walled garden and access to the rear terrace. The other leads to a pretty courtyard with space for seating, a summerhouse and with access to the lobby, side door to garage and gated access to the rear garden. There is a west facing rear terrace, with iron railings and gates, the full width of the property which is ideal for alfresco living and entertaining and enjoys the far reaching views and benefits from the sun from mid morning until sunset. There is access from this terrace to the large lawned area, flower bed and further patio to one side. There is a pool area which is safely fenced and gated. There is a 16’x32’ heated swimming pool with diving pit, pool house, summerhouse with storage behind, greenhouse and a very attractive gazebo. All these buildings have electric lights and power sockets and the gazebo also has a fitted overheat electric heater. There is a patio for sunbeds, bbq and table and chairs. There are attractive terraced beds with dry stone walls and palm trees.
Local Authority - Dacorum Borough Council
Sought after and convenient location
Stunning far reaching views from house and garden
Adjacent to open countryside
Walking distance to main line station (Euston 24 mins)
0.5 acre plot
Beautiful west facing rear gardens
Heated outdoor swimming pool
Double garage and extensive parking
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