Flooded with natural light and located close to the station and local amenities is this ideal 3 bed family home. This homely town house comprises: on the ground floor as you approach the property you take in the quiet surroundings and approach the house via the front drive which leads to the garage. Through the front door you enter into the downstairs hall, with side access to the garage, generous under stair storage, utility room (with access to rear garden), downstairs WC, and a small downstairs room with access to the garden (room can be used as a study, garden room, play room etc). Going up the first set of stairs, you come to a good size lounge with plenty of natural light overlooking the front, leading to the dining room which faces the rear and access into the fitted kitchen. Up the final set of stairs to the top landing, you come to the family bathroom, two double bedrooms and a single bedroom. This fantastic family home would suit professionals and families who are looking for a quiet location which is local to transport, amenities and good schools.
IMPORTANT NOTE - Viewings are strictly by appointment only for a maximum of two adults.
Council Tax Band E (£2,313.27)
To reserve this property applicants will need to make payment of the equivalent of 1 week rent. This amount will be refundable subject to the below terms, or with your agreement can be used as a contribution towards your first month’s rent or Tenancy Deposit if the Tenancy proceeds to move in/completion.Please note this will be withheld if any relevant person (including any guarantor(s)) withdraw from the tenancy, fail a right to rent check, provide materially significant false or misleading information or fail to sign their tenancy (and/or Deed of Guarantee) within 15 calendar days (or other Deadline for Agreement as mutually agreed in writing).Should the Tenant(s) withdraw or fail referencing due to non-disclosure and/or falsified references this amount will not be returned.
The development is located in the historic Old Hatfield, which itself dates back in part to the 1500's. It offers a charm and character that for some remains a much protected secret. Old Hatfield offers restaurants and traditional public houses along with independent retailers catering for everyday needs. Old Hatfield is currently undergoing an exciting period of regeneration with the improvement of Hatfield Railway Station and the future proposed comprehensive revitalization of the central Salisbury Square and surrounding areas of Old Hatfield. Residents can enjoy a leisurely stroll to historic Hatfield House where they will benefit from free access to the Park of Hatfield House all year around. Trains from Hatfield Station to London Kings Cross can take 22 minutes, so an ideal location for the commuting professional!