The property sits on a South-West facing plot of about a quarter of an acre and is set well back from the lane behind a mature hedge. There is extensive parking on the driveway and a single garage to one side. A recessed entrance leads into the hall, with cloakroom off, glass doors into an L-shaped living/dining room with open fireplace, double aspect windows and sliding patio doors onto rear garden. The kitchen is located at the back of the house and overlooks the garden, it has a range of fitted solid oak storage units with granite worktops over, a "Lacanche" cooking range and dishwasher, the breakfast area has glass patio doors onto the garden, door to utility room with butler sink and plumbing for washing machine. Beyond this is a further room with en suite WC and basin which is currently used as a treatment room but can also be a 4th bedroom. On the first floor are 3 double bedrooms; two of which are triple aspect, and a main bathroom with bath, WC, and wash basin.
There is further scope to increase the size of the first floor and the current owners have plans drawn up which can be inspected on request.
The house has a large rear garden which is laid mainly to lawn, there is a vegetable patch, timber garden shed and a patio with brick retaining wall and steps up to lawn, access to one side leading to the front garden and drive.
Situated on the edge of Welwyn village, just 10 minutes' walk to the High Street, which offers an excellent range of amenities, including doctors and dentist surgeries, a post office, Tesco Express and various restaurants. More extensive facilities are to be found in Welwyn Garden City which lies approximately 3 miles to the south. For those wishing to travel into London, Welwyn North station offers a fast and frequent service into Kings Cross, taking from just 20 minutes, whilst junction 6 of the of the A1(M) is within one mile.
All mains' services are connected to the property.