Number 6 Church Street dates from around 1820 and lies close to St Mary's Church. Over the years the cottage has been improved and the original out house has been converted to a utility room with WC and sink and space to use as study or occasional bedroom.
The main entrance to the cottage is directly of Church Street; the front door opens into a spacious sitting room with brick open fireplace and fitted wood burning stove. Door to kitchen/ diner which has a range of cream coloured storage units, flush worktops, and double sink with water softener under. Gas hob and electric oven under, built in cupboard housing replacement gas fired boiler. Stable door to rear courtyard garden.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms and a modern shower room, with double d=shower, sink, WC, and fully tilled walls.
To the rear of the property is a courtyard with side access to Church St. door to original out house with a range of storage units, plumbing for washing machine, door to cloakroom with sink and WC.
There is replacement double glazing throughout, and gas fired central heating.
All mains services connected
Situated in the heart of Welwyn village which offers an excellent range of amenities, including doctors and dentist surgeries, a post office, Tesco Express and various restaurants. More extensive facilities are to be found in Welwyn Garden City which lies approximately 3 miles to the south. For those wishing to travel in to London, Welwyn North station offers a fast and frequent service into Kings Cross, taking from just 20 minutes, whilst junction 6 of the A1(M) is within one mile.
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council
Viewing: Strictly by prior appointment through the vendor's sole agent, Bryan Bishop & Partners, telephone Welwyn (01438) 718877