Entrance Hall | Siting Room | Living Room | Kitchen/ Breakfast Room | Family Room (also suitable as a self-contained area with kitchenette and bathroom | Utility Room | Cloakroom | Master Bedroom with en-suite bathroom | Three further bedrooms (2 with en-suite showers) | Family bathroom | Oil fired central heating | Detached Double Garage | Excellent parking | Boiler room with WC, dog shower and butler sink |Magnificent gardens extending to two acres, with permitted development rights for three car port plus garage and a detached annex suitable as a sun room/ gym
Bracken Hill dates from around 1930's, is set well back behind remote control solid Oak gates and stands in wonderful South-West facing gardens of 2 acres. Queen Hoo Lane is one of the most prestigious roads in East Hertfordshire, the majority of the properties are Â£2 million plus and spaced well apart. The house itself had undergone major restoration: re-wired and re-plumbed, new central heating system, replacement double glazed leaded light windows, Oak flooring, fitted kitchen with Siemens appliances. All the principal ground floor rooms have full width bi-fold doors opening out onto a large paved terrace to the rear. The main reception room has also a red brick fireplace and fitted wood burning stove. In addition, there is a cloakroom, utility room and ground floor self-contained suite of double bedroom, kitchenette, and en-suite bathroom. The first floor has four bedrooms, two of which have en-suite facilities and a third bathroom off the landing.
Externally, is a detached double garage with pitched roof and there may be further potential to extend the property under permitted development rights. The house sits centrally on a very wide plot which extends to two acres. A beautiful natural garden stretches out to the rear and merges into light woodland. In front of the house is a circular gravel drive with ornamental fishpond and water fountain, ample parking, and open outlook over a managed forest on the opposite side of Queen Hoo Lane.
This special home needs to be viewed to appreciate its exceptional location.
Queen Hoo Lane lies in between the villages of Tewin and Datchworth, each having a village store, gastro pub and reputable primary school. Heathmount and Haileybury are within easy reach, as is Welwyn North station (10 minutes) providing commuter service into Kings Cross from 19 minutes and access to Thameslink line and St Pancras.
The major towns of Hertford and Welwyn garden City are within 5 miles and Brocket Hall Golf Club about 4 miles. The A1(M) can be reached at Welwyn.
Mains electricity, water, drainage, oil fired central heating.