Open Day Saturday 26th May, please call to arrange a time to view. A stunning Four bedroom semi-detached family home which has been completely transformed into a beautiful modern retreat. The finish is just outstanding. The spacious living area offers amazing views over the playing fields, a modern contemporary design with featured wall and built in storage which is great for keeping any home free from clutter. A stylish open plan kitchen diner with clean lines leading through to the dining area and bi-folding doors leading out to the garden. A separate utility room, cloak room and study can also be found on the ground floor.
The first floor is light and airy with Four good sized bedrooms, the master bedroom with en-suite shower room and views over the church and fields. The second bedroom also offers a walk in wardrobe, which could easily be changed to another en-suite. A luxury family bathroom which has been finished to a high standard.
This property has potential to change the outbuilding into an annex, as currently there is an office and cloakroom which could be a shower room, and further room with kitchenette which is currently used as a gym. There is so much potential, and with the house finished to such a high standard you can move straight in. There is plenty of parking for all the family and visitors.
16' 6" x 13' 4" (5.03m x 4.06m)
10' 1" x 5' 8" (3.07m x 1.73m)
17' 11" x 13' 5" (5.46m x 4.09m)
10' 8" x 7' 0" (3.25m x 2.13m)
11' 1" x 10' 3" (3.38m x 3.12m)
11' 4" x 10' 10" (3.45m x 3.30m)
15' 0" x 9' 1" (4.57m x 2.77m)
15' 1" x 7' 9" (4.60m x 2.36m)
The property is situated on the high street in the village of Henlow, a well regarded and popular location in Bedfordshire, situated near the border with Hertfordshire and surrounded by lovely countryside. Offering the best of country life, whilst also being close to good transport links to London and Cambridge. The village has a good range of local facilities, including 'good' rated lower and middle schools, a lovely local deli and village post office and the highly regarded 'Champneys'.