The property is set well back from the lane behind a mature hedge and has a pair of remote-controlled white gates fronting the entrance, leading to a garage, and parking for several cars. A tiled porch gives access to a small lobby, off which is a lovely bright double aspect living room with double glazed doors onto garden. On the opposite side of the lobby is a second sitting room with fireplace and fitted wood burning stove, and a door to an extended kitchen/dining/playroom. The kitchen is only four years old and has a high-quality range of storage cupboards, quartz work surfaces, central island with bar seating, double oven, gas hob, dishwasher, and fridge/freezer. A wide archway leads to the dining area and a further seating area, along with a den/playroom which has double doors to two aspects opening out onto the garden. A utility/cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.
On the first floor a bright landing giving access to a superb master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and large, luxurious en-suite bathroom with separate shower stall, WC, wash basin and free-standing bath, all with chrome fittings. There are two further double bedrooms and a recently refitted contemporary family bathroom on this floor, also with separate shower and free-standing bath. A staircase from the landing leads up to two more beautifully presented double bedrooms with views across the village green and fields.
Outside the house sits on an east and west facing plot with a patio and children's play area to the rear, access to garage and a wrap around side garden with seating and lawn leading to the front garden. The front garden is enclosed with a good size lawn, further seating area and shrub border adjoining a brick paved driveway with parking for several cars. Vehicular access on to Whitehorse Lane via remote controlled double gates, and a pedestrian gate to one side.
The property has all mains services and occupies a quiet, semi-rural location just 2 minutes' walk from open countryside.
Burnham Green is a highly regarded location in between Harmer Green and Tewin, with its own family gastro pub "The White Horse" and there are village stores nearby in Tewin and Datchworth. Highly reputable Church of England primary schools can be found at Tewin and Digswell about 2 miles away, Digswell also has a main line railway station, Welwyn North, providing an excellent service into Kings Cross from 19 minutes, and Thameslink service. The A1(M) can be reached at Welwyn Village and Welwyn garden City, the latter having a comprehensive range of shopping and leisure facilities. The county town of Hertford is 6 miles to the east.
All mains services are connected.
East Herts District Council, Wallfields, Pegs Ln, Hertford, SG13 8EQ, 01279 655261