This incredible four bedroom historic home is one of the most interesting and unusual listings of the year so far.
The house is located on the fringes of Hunton Bridge and is a short drive to all the major road networks such as the M1, A41 and M25 making it ideal for the busy commuter. Kings Langley Station is also just a ten to fifteen minute walk away.
The exterior is quintessentially English, with the original brickwork and timber framed lattice windows set beneath a clay-tile roof. The house is surrounded by a lovingly tended south facing garden set behind a private wisteria clad wall.
Inside the house is a maze of beams, lime plaster walls, original doors, cupboards with stairs leading to forgotten hideaways and vaulted bedroom ceilings.
Despite the 400 year old dark wood beams and low ceilings, the house is awash with light, with every room having a south-facing window.
It is thought the house was originally two cottages which were combined in the 1930's to become a single family home. As such, bedrooms one and four are in the east wing of the house with the staircase leading from the main reception. Whilst bedrooms two and three are in the west wing of the house, with the staircase leading from the kitchen/breakfast room.
There are two bathrooms, one on the ground floor and one on the first floor west wing. There is also a downstairs study which could easily be utilised as a downstairs fifth bedroom if required.
Another highlight is the garage, along with parking for approximately three cars.
This house would be an ideal family home, full of potential stories and memories and viewing is highly encouraged to fall for this piece of local history.
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Watford 129 The Parade Watford, Hertfordshire WD17 1NA