The property was built for the current owner in 1962 and offers good sized family accommodation which is fully double glazed and lends itself to further improvement and modernisation. The house sits sideways on the plot, taking full advantage of its southerly aspect and most of the principle rooms overlook lovely gardens. From the main drive are steps up to a recessed front entrance leading in to a spacious hall with cloakroom off, door to a breakfast room with fitted Oak furniture and study area which leads to the kitchen, fitted with a range of Ash storage cupboards and drawers, a range of appliances to include; electric oven, ceramic hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Door to laundry room with similar storage units to kitchen, sink, worktop and plumbing for washing machine, door to outside. An inner hall gives access to a separate dining room and living room with open fireplace and stairs lead up to a single storey extension known as the "studio" located at the rear of the property, which comprises one large room; with kitchen, dining and living area and a range of fitted oak storage cupboards, there is an adjacent shower/cloakroom and a separate entrance door to outside giving the option to use the room as a self-contained annexe.
On the first floor is a master bedroom with a range of fitted wardrobes, dressing table, cupboards and drawers and opening to a dressing area with additional wardrobes which in turn leads to an en-suite bathroom with separate bath and shower, WC bidet and twin sinks. There are 3 further bedrooms, all have wardrobes and a family bathroom with bath, separate shower, vanitory unit with sink, WC and bidet.
The house is approached from New Road via a tarmacadam drive with turning head, parking for 5 to 6 cars and a detached double garage, from either side of the house is a paved path giving access to lovely secluded gardens, comprising large areas of lawn, well stocked borders and a variety of ornamental shrubs and trees. The gardens face due south and are very secluded, extending in total to 0.46 acre. Within the garden is a timber summerhouse and garden shed, several paved areas for seating and access to the living room and studio via sliding double glazed doors.
Digswell is a highly regarded village situated approximately 1 mile to the north of Welwyn Garden City, with its excellent shopping and recreational facilities. Welwyn North station, which is situated within short walking distance of the property, offers a fast and frequent service into King's Cross taking from 17 minutes. Junction 6 of the A1(M) is about 1 mile.
The heating is Oil fired (gas in road) and all other mains services are connected.
Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council
The Campus, Welwyn Garden City AL8 6AE
Phone: 01707 357000