A beautiful two bedroom spacious period home full of character and charm. This home was formally the Old Post Office and offers many original features throughout, with exposed beams and high ceilings. The living area is cosy with a feature open fire place and obscure glass window through to the kitchen breakfast room, allowing light to flood in.
The heart of this home really is the kitchen breakfast room. It really is love at first sight, if you are looking for a kitchen that is great for entertaining, or just somewhere the family can all gather round, this home ticks all the boxes. The kitchen leads out to the courtyard garden, space to sit in the evenings with a glass of wine after a long day.
Two generous bedrooms on the first floor, one with feature cast iron fire place and the other with a vaulted ceiling, and sky light. The large bathroom is on the first floor, with a well laid out four piece suite.
Wood floor. Radiator. Doors to living room and kitchen dining room.
13' 2" x 11' 5" (4.01m x 3.48m)
Picture rail. Gas living flame effect fire set on hearth with mantle over. Feature stained glass sash window to kitchen dining room. Double radiator. Double glazed window to front.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
19' 9" Max (13'6" Min) x 12' (6.02m x 3.66m)
Dining Area: Picture rail. Wood floor. Stairs rising to first floor with understairs storage cupboard. Feature stained glass window to living room. Double radiator. Opening to:
Kitchen Area: A range of eye and base level units providing storage with worksurfaces and complementary tiled splashbacks. Slimline dishwasher. Stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap. Plumbing for washing machine. Built-in fridge. Ceramic hob inset to worksurface with oven under and extractor hood incorporating light over. Wood floor. Double glazed window and door to rear plus further double glazed window to side.
Radiator. Large walk-in storage cupboard. Exposed beams. Doors to all rooms.
15' x 13' 5" (4.57m x 4.09m)
Cast iron fireplace. Double radiator. Double glazed window to front.
11' x 9' 1" (3.35m x 2.77m)
Vaulted ceiling with skylight. Double radiator.
Access to loft space. Part tiled walls. White four piece suite comprising low level flush wc, pedestal mounted wash hand basin, double shower cubicle and panel enclosed bath. Airing cupboard housing gas combination boiler. Obscure double glazed window to rear.
Sheltered seating area provided by unusual architectural overhang of first floor accommodation. Remaining garden laid to shingle with stepping stone pathway to brick outbuilding.
Brick outbuilding with power connected. (Please note: Could be insulated and used as an office).
Hedge screening to front with raised flower and shrub border, steps with footpath to front door.
PRELIMINARY DETAILS - NOT YET APPROVED AND MAYBE SUBJECT TO CHANGES
Stotfold has a good range of local facilities including a doctors surgery, dentist, post office and Co-op. The town is close to excellent transport links to London and Cambridge via the A1 and train stations in Arlesey and Letchworth. There are lots of lovely countryside walks nearby and being situated on the Hertfordshire border there is good access to leisure and shopping facilities in the nearby towns of Hitchin, Letchworth and Biggleswade.