Plough Cottages, Bradden Lane, Gaddesden Row, Hemel Hempstead

£700,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Summary

Sitting room | Dining room | Study | Kitchen/breakfast room | Utility | Cloakroom | 3 Bedrooms | Dressing room | 2 Bathrooms | Approx 1 acre

The property

A charming semi-detached Grade II listed property located in the village of Gaddesden Row, surrounded by the idyllic and picturesque countryside of the Chiltern Hills.

The property has three bedrooms and cosy, welcoming accommodation, combining original features, including exposed timber beams, with a high quality finish throughout.

On the ground floor there is a homely sitting room, featuring an original brick fireplace, with a woodburning stove. The pleasant kitchen/breakfast room has attractive wooden storage units to base and wall level, an island with a breakfast bar, granite worktops and an Aga. The property also benefits from a dining room, a study and a useful utility room.

Upstairs there are two well-presented double bedrooms and the family bathroom coming off one staircase. A second staircase leads to the characterful master bedroom, with en suite shower room and dressing room.

General

Local Authority: Dacorum Borough Council +44 (0) 1442 228000

Services: LPG gas, mains water electricity.

Council Tax: Band E

Mileages.

Berkhamstead 6.5 miles, Harpenden 8.6 miles, Harpenden station 8.4 miles (25 mins to St Pancras International), Hemel Hempstead station 6.5 miles (26 mins to London Euston), M1 (Jct 8) 6.5 miles

Location.

The property is located in the quaint village of Gaddesden Row. There are everyday amenities in the nearby villages of Markyate and Redbourn, while there are several “outstanding” rated schools in the local area. Berkhamstead, with its excellent choice of shops and leisure facilities is nearby as are Hemel Hempstead and Harpenden, which both offer train services to London.

Outside

To the front of the property is a gravel driveway, offering parking space for one vehicle, while further parking is available just outside the cottage on the lane. There is a front garden, laid mostly to lawn, with a pathway to the front entrance. To the rear there is a splendid south facing garden, with lawns and a paved terrace, plus vegetable patches, paddocks, an orchard and outbuildings beyond, making up a smallholding suitable for growing your own produce and keeping animals.

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