No 2 The Walled Garden, is located on the East side of the mews and is being sold with no upper chain. On entering there is a limestone tiled hall and a cloakroom with WC and basin. A study with large storage recess also. Located off the hall there is a dual aspect living/ dining room, with bamboo floor and natural stone fireplace (with gas fire), French windows and doors which lead onto a professionally landscaped rear garden. The kitchen has a range of modern units with granite worktops; appliances include an electric oven, 5 ring gas hob, integrated dishwasher and washer dryer. French windows and doors leading onto the garden.
On the first floor is a square landing with loft hatch and ladder; master bedroom with air conditioning unit, built-in wardrobes, en-suite shower, WC and basin. French windows and doors opening onto a balcony with balustrade, overlooking the garden; there are two further bedrooms, one with fitted double wardrobe. The main bathroom has a white and chrome suite of airbath, WC and wash basin, fitted cupboard.
The gardens have been professionally landscaped with a wide variety of ornamental shrubs, lawn and patio, well fenced boundaries and gate leading to a pathway with access to beautiful, communal parkland grounds which are for exclusive use of residents. A double garage with electric roller door which can be remotely operated, is located in a block, close to the property and there is parking directly in front of the property.
The Walled Garden is particularly well positioned for the commuter, with Welwyn North railway station being within 1 mile (Kings Cross from 20 minutes). Junction 6 of the A1(M) is within a five minutes' drive, as is Welwyn Garden City, with its excellent shopping and recreational facilities, which is less than 2 miles to the south. St. Johns junior school is less than 1 mile away and the county town of Hertford is 5 miles.
All mains services connected
East Herts District Council
A resident's association takes care of the upkeep of communal grounds, drive and lighting for which there is a charge of approximative Â£1,600 per annum