Heathfield has been the home of the current owners for many years. It has been beautifully maintained and improved to include a refitted kitchen with integrated appliances and granite worktops, modern sanitary ware to en-suite bathroom and shower room, and the whole house has a light and spacious feel. From the first floor there are spectacular countryside views and yet the centre of the village is only ten minutes' walk away.
The main entrance door is located to one side of the property and leads into a delightful entrance hall with cloakroom WC and basin. The main reception room has an attractive open fireplace and glazed double doors leading out onto a veranda. In addition, there is a large dining room which lies directly alongside the kitchen, these two rooms could be converted into one large living/ dining/ kitchen, a small lobby gives access to a snug and door opposite to rear garden. On the first floor is a split landing, one side leads to an impressive master bedroom suite with dressing room and large en-suite bathroom which has a separate double shower, WC, hand basin and bath. A further three double bedrooms, one with a dressing room and one with a study, are located on the opposite landing, with a good size shower room, WC, wash basin and double shower stall.
The property is approached from Kimpton Road via a neat gravel drive with turning head, parking for several cars and access to integral single garage. There is a pretty front garden which is well established and private, paved access either side of house leads to a delightful rear garden with two lawns, flower beds and ornamental shrubs and trees, attractive pergola with climbing Wisteria and two timber garden store sheds.
Kimpton Road is a small country lane on the north-western edge of Welwyn, approached from a mini roundabout at the end of the village and over a bridge that crosses the river Mimram. It is well placed for access to the A1(M) and Welwyn North railway station, providing fast and frequent services into Kings Cross and Thameslink access. There is an excellent Church of England Primary School in Welwyn (St. Mary's) which also has a thriving tennis and bowls club and Brocket Hall Championship Golf Course at nearby Ayot Green. The village of Welwyn has a range of boutique shops and restaurants, a Tesco Express, several pubs, and doctors and dental surgeries. Stevenage, Welwyn Garden City and St Albans are the nearest major towns.
North Hertfordshire District Council