Conveniently Placed For The Village And Berkhamsted
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A very well presented five bedroom detached chalet-style bungalow with two spacious reception rooms and a kitchen/breakfast room, set within attractive gardens backing directly onto the river Bulbourne, with the Grand Union canal beyond, whilst conveniently placed for the village and also Berkhamsted.
A storm porch with light and part glazed door leads into the spacious entrance hall, with stairs rising to the floor landing.
There is a sitting room with feature fireplace and lovely views over the rear garden and a generous size dining room, ideal for either formal or informal dining. This room is directly adjacent the kitchen/breakfast room, again with views and also direct access to the rear garden. The kitchen is modern and well equipped, comprising eye and base level units with down lighting and contrasting granite work surfaces, with inset drainer and sinks. There is an electric double oven and gas hob with canopy over and space for an American-style fridge freezer.
Directly off the kitchen is the utility room with eye and base level units, work surfaces and a sink, and there is plumbing and space for an automatic washing machine and tumble dryer. A door leads to the side and also directly into the integral double garage.
Also on the ground floor are three bedrooms (one of which could be used as a study or family room, if preferred) and these rooms are conveniently placed for the modern and recently improved cloakroom/shower room, comprising large glass fronted shower cubicle, vanity wash hand basin and low level WC (all with chrome fittings) and part tiled walls.
The first floor landing gives access to two double bedrooms, both of which have generous built-in storage and wardrobes. The master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and the second bedroom has an en suite shower room.
The property is further enhanced by sealed unit double glazed windows, gas fired central heating to radiators and low voltage down lighting.
The property is approached via electrically operated gates, over a block paviour driveway, providing ample parking, there are planted borders and the garden is fully enclosed. There is a double width integral garage with an electrically operated up and over door, also housing the gas fired central heating boiler and the pressurised hot water cylinder.
The rear garden has a large patio overlooking the lawn, there is a raised pond and planted borders and also a summer house/studio and decking, giving a perfect vantage point for viewing the river Bulbourne. A further area of decking leads to a bridge, which further leads to a small island, which also belongs to the property, and the Grand Union canal is just a short distance beyond.
Bourne End is a popular village, situated midway between Berkhamsted and Hemel Hempstead, and within easy reach of the amenities they provide. Berkhamsted town centre is a little over 2 miles distant and offers a wide range of shops, restaurants, mainline station and excellent education facilities for children of all age groups, including the renowned Berkhamsted School. The station at Boxmoor is approximately one and a half miles distant for fast and frequent services to London (Euston approximately 30 minutes). The A41 bypass is within about half a mile, for a direct link to the M25 motorway (Junction 20) at Kings Langley facilitating access to the national motorway network and international airports.
From Berkhamsted proceed along the A4251 towards Hemel Hempstead and upon reaching the village of Bourne End, the property will be found approximately two thirds of the way along, on the left hand side.
All mains services provided.
Dacorum Borough Council, Civic Centre, Marlowes, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire HP1 1HH Tel: Council Tax Band: G
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