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Property details

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • 2 reception rooms
  • Floor area 909 sq. ft


  • Freehold

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A charming period cottage positioned in the heart of the conservation area with the additional benefit of cellar and brick built home office and south facing garden.

Ground Floor

You are welcomed into the property by a neat porch which opens to a stunning reception room which has both a living and dining room area with window to the front. Within the main reception room is a trap door which leads down to a cellar which could be fully converted if so desired. Stairs rise to the first floor landing and a door opens to a kitchen/breakfast room which has a real continental vibe about it, and a window to the rear. A door opens to a rear lobby/utility area which has a door opening to the rear garden and a door to the bathroom which is fitted with a lovely three piece suite to include a free standing claw foot bath.

First Floor

A landing area has doors opening to both first floor bedrooms. The main bedroom overlooks the front of the property and has three walk in, full height fitted cupboards. The second bedroom has a window to the rear.


A lovely low level retaining brick wall with opening and pathway leads to the front door of the property. To the rear there is an Indian Sandstone patio area leads to a raised timber deck area ideal for entertaining. Fully enclosed to all aspects there is a door opening to a fully insulated home office with power and light.

The Location

The property is situated within walking distance of Tring town centre, which is a historic market town, providing a range of individual shops and restaurants including an M&S simply food and a large Tesco supermarket. Tring is surrounded by greenbelt countryside of great natural beauty, encompassing Tring Park and Tring reservoirs which are renowned nature reserves. There are excellent paths for walking, running, cycling and riding including The Ridgeway National Trail and the vast Ashridge Estate with Ivinghoe Beacon providing far reaching views over the surrounding landscape. The Tring conservation area is ideally placed to take advantage of all the countryside Tring has to offer.

Transport Links

Tring railway station lies just over a mile away for fast and frequent services to London/Euston taking about 40 minutes. The A41 bypass provides a fast link to the M25 motorway (J20) and from there the national motorway network and international airports.

Agents Information For Buyers

Please be aware, should you wish to make an offer for this property, we will require the following information before we enter negotiations:
1. Copy of your mortgage agreement in principal.
2. Evidence of deposit funds, if equity from property sale confirmation of your current mortgage balance i.e. Your most recent mortgage statement, if monies in bank accounts the most up to date balances.
3. Passport photo id for all connected purchasers and a utility bill.

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Map & Nearby

Local Amenities

  • Tring 1.9 miles
  • Wendover 4.1 miles
  • Bishop Wood Church of England Junior School, Tring 0.2 miles
  • Goldfield Infants' and Nursery School 0.2 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Tring 1.9 miles
  • Wendover 4.1 miles
  • Bishop Wood Church of England Junior School, Tring 0.2 miles
  • Goldfield Infants' and Nursery School 0.2 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in HP23:

  • £359,720
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  • -£9,130
  • (-2.475%)
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Price history

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17th Sep 2020 £375,000 First listed
22nd Jul 2015 £330,000 Last sold

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