Mortimer House was designed and built for the current owners 12 years ago. The interior is stunning throughout and most of the rooms face South and overlook extensive gardens to the rear. From a portico entrance a panelled door leads into a spectacular reception hall with galleried landing, this provides access to the principle ground floor rooms and has a solid oak floor which continues into a study, with cloakroom and WC to one side. Double doors front the entrance to a formal drawing room and family room, the dining room can be approached from the kitchen. The kitchen is farmhouse style with a wide range of units with granite tops, four oven AGA style cooker, integrated fridge and freezer and dishwasher, access via bifold doors onto garden. There is a laundry room opposite the kitchen with butler sink and door to a wet room with WC and basin. From a rear lobby is a staircase down to a purpose built basement designed for leisure use, including a large games room with home cinema to one end, playroom with twin slides and a bedroom with large cloakroom opposite, with WC and basin.
The first floor has a generous square shaped landing with utility room off. There is a stunning master bedroom with walk in dressing room and a luxurious bathroom, guest room with en-suite shower, three further bedrooms and a bathroom completes the accommodation on this floor.
Detached double garage with remote controlled doors.
Formal gardens of approximately one acre with heated outdoor swimming pool, electronic hard cover and separate plant room. The gardens lead onto fenced paddocks with stable block and two timber outbuildings. The stables have a separate vehicular access from Pottersheath Road. The paddocks extend to about one and a half acres and includes a menage. To the side of house in a walled vegetable garden and access to the front of the house with circular gravel drive, excellent parking, flanked by lawns and mature hedge rows giving additional seclusion. Further gravelled parking and drive beyond a five barred gate and access onto Pottersheath road.
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council
All mains services connected
Pottersheath is a highly regarded hamlet of mainly large houses, standing on the northern edge of the village of Welwyn. Welwyn, Knebworth and Codicote all offer shopping facilities for day to day needs, with more extensive amenities in Welwyn Garden City, which lies about 3 miles to the south east. For those wishing to commute, both Welwyn and Knebworth offer a fast and frequent service into King's Cross/Moorgate, taking between 20 and 35 minutes. Junction 6 of the A1(M) is just over 1 mile.