Thundridge House, Poles Lane, Thundridge, Hertfordshire

£3,250,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Main house: Entrance hall | Reception room | Dining room | TV room | Garden room | Kitchen/breakfast room | Utility | 2 Cloakrooms | 5 Bedrooms | Dressing room | 3 Bathrooms | Shower room | Cellar | Gardens

Cottage: Reception room | Kitchen | 2 Bedrooms | Cloakroom | Bathroom | Utility

Annexe: Reception room | Kitchen | Bedroom | Cloakroom | Bathroom| Triple garage

Main house: Entrance hall | Reception room | Dining room | TV room | Garden room | Kitchen/breakfast room | Utility | 2 Cloakrooms | 5 Bedrooms | Dressing room | 3 Bathrooms | Shower room | Cellar | Gardens

Cottage: Reception room | Kitchen | 2 Bedrooms | Cloakroom | Bathroom | Utility

Annexe: Reception room | Kitchen | Bedroom | Cloakroom | Bathroom| Triple garage

Main House internal area 4,344 sq ft (404 sq m)

Garage internal area 495 sq ft (46 sq m)

Cottage internal area 987 sq ft (92 sq m)

Annexe internal area 938 sq ft (87 sq m)

Quoted Area Excludes 'External Storage'

The Property

Thundridge House is a highly attractive and substantial red brick house, dating originally from 1855, set just outside the small Hertfordshire village of Thundridge.

The property was once the local vicarage, and now holds Grade II Listed status. The house itself features more than 4,000 square feet of beautifully presented accommodation, while the two additional

buildings combined add close to another 2,000 square feet of useful accommodation.

The main house is presented to the highest

standard throughout, with high ceilings and large windows complemented by bespoke fittings and stylish décor. The main reception room is an impressive 30ft long, with two large bay windows overlooking the gardens and an open fireplace at each end of the room. There is also a formal

dining room and a TV room, while the garden room is a sunny spot in which to relax and enjoy the views across the gardens. The kitchen/ breakfast room is fitted with glossy cream-coloured

units and an Aga, as well as other integrated appliances.

On the first floor there are five bedrooms, with the main bedroom benefitting from a separate dressing room, with fitted storage, and a large en suite bathroom with a separate walk-in shower unit. One of the bedrooms is currently used as an office,

and it could continue to be used in this way or converted back into a bedroom. On the first floor there are also a further two bathrooms and a shower room.

In addition to the main house, the property features two outbuildings – a cottage and an annexe –which provide useful further accommodation for family, guests, or potentially as holiday let.

The annexe provides first-floor accommodation, above the garage, including a reception room, a fully fitted kitchen, one double bedroom and a

bathroom, while the cottage is arranged over two levels and comprises a reception room, a kitchen, two generous bedrooms and a bathroom.

Ware town centre 1.7 miles, Ware mainline station 2.3 miles (47 minutes to London Liverpool

Street), Hertford town centre 5.2 miles, Hertford North station 5.8 miles (51 minutes to

Moorgate), A1(M) (Jct 7) 10.8 miles, M11 (Jct 7) 13.8 miles, Thundridge House to Broxbourne

station 8.9 miles, Broxbourne main line to Liverpool Street (29 minutes)

Location

The property is set in a rural location, just outside the Hertfordshire village of Thundridge, close to the town of Ware.

Thundridge has a local pub and a village primary school, while the neighbouring hamlet of Wadesmill has another two pubs. Ware town centre is just a mile and a half away, and offers an excellent

range of shops, supermarkets, amenities and leisure facilities.

Ware mainline station offers regular services to London Liverpool Street (47 minutes), while the area is well connected by road, with the M11, the A1(M) and the M25 all within easy reach.

Outside

The property is approached via a gravel driveway, which opens into an extensive parking and turning area at the front of the house. The garage, located in the ground floor of the cottage, to the side of the main house, has space for up to three vehicles.

The property is surrounded by delightful, mature walled gardens, with extensive lawns, well-tended flowerbeds, plants and shrubs, mature trees, and paved and gravel pathways and terraces. To the side of the house a walled courtyard area. The

property adjoins Hanbury Manor golf and country club with its many amenities and that the Jack Nicholas golf course borders the garden on two sides.

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