Originally two cottages forming part of the Brocket estate before being privately purchased and converted into one dwelling. It is grade II listed and has a lightly beamed interior, with inglenook fireplace and approved double-glazed windows throughout. A square hall has a brick fireplace and ornate fire grate, cloakroom with WC and basin, door to double aspect dining room which leads into a modern bespoke Ladbury fitted kitchen with marble worktops, Rangemaster gas and electric cooker, integrated dishwasher, fridge and microwave, breakfast bar with display cabinets over. Door to rear hall, housing a shower stall, further storage units with marble tops, gas fired boiler, door to rear garden.
Beyond the rear hall is a useful study with fitted bookshelves and door to sitting room which has an inglenook. To complete the ground floor living space is a triple aspect morning room with open fireplace and fitted gas fire, a pair of french windows open out onto a delightful walled garden.
There are two staircases to the first floor, one leads up to a large study area with plenty of storage cupboards, access to two bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and a further bedroom and a shower room with WC and basin.
The second staircase leads directly up to the principal bedroom suite, comprising a small landing with fitted cupboards, door to en-suite bathroom, WC, vanity unit and basin with tiled surrounds. The bedroom has windows back and front, excellent storage and fitted wardrobes.
Detached garage block with remote control doors, two parking bays and door to large utility room and access onto the garden, a separate gardener's WC is located within the building.
The gardens are a special feature of the property and have been laid out with careful thought. There are numerous herbaceous borders and flower beds connected by paved paths, central lawn and well-established planting along front boundary, arched gate and additional picket gate onto pathway which overlooks the river Lee.
Lemsford Village has a well renowned junior school and two public houses, and it is just over one mile from the centre of Welwyn Garden City with its wide range of shops and leisure facilities and main line rail network into Kings Cross and St Pancras. Access to A1(M) motorway is less than one mile and St Albans is just 5 miles away.
All mains services are connected to the property.
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council Tel: 01707 357000
Strictly by prior appointment through the vendor's sole agent, Bryan Bishop & Partners, telephone Welwyn (01438) 718877.