This family home has been re-modelled and fully refurbished to a very high standard and now offers stunning contemporary interiors. Situated in the market town of Berkhamsted, just on the edge of the Chiltern Hills, the town offers a range of shops, restaurants and pubs. EPC: D
The light and bright reception hallway has a cloaks cupboard and a guest w.c. Double doors open to the wonderful kitchen/breakfast room to the rear of the house. The kitchen is fitted with a modern range of eye and base level units with integrated appliances and a free-standing central island with seating area. There is space for a dining table and chairs and a seating area. There are two sets of bi-fold doors opening to the rear terrace, flooding the room with light and bringing the outside in. The family room runs the full depth of the house with windows to the front and double doors to the rear leading to the terrace. A door leads through to the formal drawing room with a bay window to the front aspect, a feature fireplace with a stove and patio doors to the rear. There is also a small utility area to the rear of the kitchen, which also provides access to the integral double garage.
To the first floor the master bedroom suite is double aspect and has a range of fitted wardrobes and a beautifully appointed en suite shower room. The guest bedroom lies to the rear of the house and also has an en suite shower room, whilst the remaining three bedrooms utilise the family bathroom.
To the front the property is approached across a long driveway leading to the integral double garage. There is a large level lawn with shrub beds, borders and mature trees. Immediately to the rear of the house is a large paved terrace providing an ideal space for outside entertaining.
The Berkhamsted Water Tower in Shootersway was built by jr Hadfield using "cunning architectural devices - windows, false projecting beams and buttresses, a widow's walk and a red-tiled conical roof surmounted by a weather-vane - completing the impression of part of a chateau's fortifications". The water tower also served the Foundling Hospital at Ashlyns.
Berkhamsted 1 mile, London Euston 32 minutes, Chesham 4 miles, Tring 5.5 miles, M25 (J20) 7.5 miles, Heathrow Airport 26 miles, Central London 33 miles. (All distances and times are approximate).
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