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Property details

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 reception rooms

Features

  • Beautiful Detached Village House
  • Full Of Charm & Character
  • Master Bedroom with En Suite
  • Two Further Bedrooms
  • Lovely Living Room
  • Inglenook Fireplace
  • Separate Dining Room
  • Farmhouse Style Kitchen
  • Detached Self Contained Annexe
  • Large Gardens Onto Paddocks

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Description

**viewings are still permitted during January 2021 lockdown restrictions**
Bell Bridge House is a charming three bedroom grade 2 listed character home with detached self contained annexe occupying an attractive plot with a stunning south facing rear garden.

Viewings - covid-19 **viewings are still permitted during January 2021 lockdown restrictions**
Viewings on properties are now allowed to commence. As an agent we take the responsibility of the health of our clients and viewers extremely seriously. Therefore we have measures in place to conduct this in a safe and sensible manner. We will ask our home owners to be out or in the garden. We will ask for no contact on arrival, but we will greet you with our usual smile as we put on our face masks. We will provide you with a face mask also, along with protective gloves. We will keep a safe distance but be there to answer any questions you may have. If you have had any symptoms of the Coronavirus, we ask you to wait 14 days before joining us on a viewing. We look forward to meeting you!

Description Bell Bridge House is a beautiful three bedroom detached grade II listed period house full of charm and character set in the very desirable village of Aspenden with a large south facing garden backing onto paddocks and open farmland with the added benefit of a detached self contained annexe that has recently been fully refurbished.

"As soon as we walked up to the house I was sure it would be our next home. I immediately fell in love with it and as soon as I saw the garden that was it, we had to buy it". Said the owner.

"We've been here some years now and the village is so friendly with a lovely community. The village pub is nearby offering great food and a lovely atmosphere. Buntingford is on our doorstep and offers everything we need day to day and we can get to a train station in 15 or 20 minutes"

Having installed central heating, refurbished the bathrooms and generally improved the house the owners moved onto converting what was the garage into a self contained annexe with double bedroom, shower room and a living room with kitchenette. This is a great addition and is perfect for those who need separate accommodation for a teenager or relative or will provide a great workspace/studio.

Step inside
Entering through the front door into the hall the character this lovely home offers is immediately evident. The kitchen is double aspect and has a farmhouse feel to it. There is a good range of units and worktops with ample appliance space. A tiled floor and exposed ceiling timbers add to the country feel. A door opens to the wonderful garden which we'll come to later in the description. In the centre of the house is a delightful and good size living room with a large Inglenook fireplace with stove and a bressumer beam believed to originally be a ships timber. This room is a really comfortable place to be with its exposed timbers, Oak flooring and windows overlooking the gardens at the rear and to the front of the house. Adjoining the living room is a lovely dining room with Oak floor and enjoys windows to the side, front and rear.

Upstairs, off the landing are the three bedrooms and a remodelled family bathroom. The master bedroom is a particular feature with exposed timbers and stud-work, a vaulted ceiling and window to the front aspect. There is a good range of built in wardrobes and cupboards and a lovely en suite shower room. In addition there is a good size single bedroom and a lovely double guest bedroom.

Step outside
Approached off the Aspenden Lane, to the front there is a good size driveway providing ample parking for several cars. The front garden is attractively laid to lawn with flower beds and shrubs.

The large rear garden is quite stunning, south facing and backs onto paddocks. To the very rear of the house is a large patio with flower beds and shrubs. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with numerous shrubs, trees and well stocked flower beds and enjoys colour and interest throughout the year. It has been cleverly planted and landscaped with pathways, a pergola, trellising, climbing plants and two ponds. There are various lovely spots in which to sit and while away the day in the garden. There is a children's playhouse, a greenhouse, summerhouse, shed and large covered log/fuel store with a back up electric generator in case of power cuts.

Self contained annexe
A fabulous addition that has just been completed this detached self contained annexe is ideal for those who need separate accommodation for a relative or who work from home. There is a living room/kitchen, a shower room and a double bedroom. The annexe reflects the character of the main house, is more contemporary and has a vaulted ceiling.

General information
Local Authority: East Herts DC .Council Tax Band: G. EPC Rating: Exempt
Grade II listed. All mains services are connected with the exception of gas. Oil fired central heating by radiators.
There is a back up generator to provide electricity should there be a power cut.

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Local Amenities

  • Watton-at-Stone 6.9 miles
  • Ashwell & Morden 7.5 miles
  • Millfield First and Nursery School 0.6 miles
  • Edwinstree Church of England Middle School 0.9 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Watton-at-Stone 6.9 miles
  • Ashwell & Morden 7.5 miles
  • Millfield First and Nursery School 0.6 miles
  • Edwinstree Church of England Middle School 0.9 miles

Market stats

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Average estimated value for a house in SG9:

  • £545,732
  • Price increase

  • £22,246
  • (4.250%)
  • Over the last 12 months

In the last 12 months

  • Average sale price

    £681,256
  • Properties sold

    21

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Price history

Sold prices provided by Land Registry
4th Jan 2021 £800,000 Price increased by £5,000
17th Feb 2020 £795,000 Price reduced by £30,000
17th Jan 2020 £825,000 First listed
14th Jun 2013 £455,550 Last sold

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