This handsome red-brick period property features impressive period details, including crenelated roofing, high ceilings and large sash windows
and is arranged over three floors.
There are three reception rooms on the ground floor, including the sitting room at the front with its feature fireplace and large bay window, which
welcomes plenty of natural light through its southwest-facing aspect.
There is a similarly proportioned drawing room, also with a fireplace and bay window and an archway leading to the formal dining room in
a semi open-plan layout. The galleystyle kitchen towards the rear offers plenty of storage and space for all the necessary appliances.
The first floor has three double bedrooms, two of which have washbasins, opening the possibility
for conversion into en suite bath or shower rooms. The family bathroom is also on the first floor. The fourth and fifth bedrooms are located on the
second floor along with a small store room. There is potential for alterations on this floor
The property is set in a popular and convenient location within very easy reach of the mainline station with its fast through services via St Pancras
International to the City (19 mins) Gatwick and beyond. Road users enjoy easy access to the M1, M25 and the A1(M) and to the airports at Heathrow, Luton and Stansted. The City Centre with its wealth of amenities including shopping, leisure activities and excellent state and public schools is close at hand, as are
the green spaces at Clarence Park, The Wick, Bernards Heath and Verulamium Park
At the front of the house, the garden includes a variety of shrubs and trees, alongside a concrete driveway which provides parking space and access
to the detached single garage at the rear. The low-maintenance garden to the rear is mostly paved, with a greenhouse and space for pot plants.