Detached, four bedroom, three reception unique family home - situated in a sought after location in the village of Henlow. Within walking distance of good rated lower and middle schools and within approx. 1 mile of Arlesey train station. This unusual, split level, four bedroom home is approached by a drive shared with one other property and is surrounded by mature attractive gardens giving it a secluded feel. The ground floor entrance hall opens onto the formal sitting room with feature fireplace and patio doors to the rear garden, this room opens through double doors to the dining room and can be used as a large open entertaining space, or closed to keep it separate. The modern kitchen and utility room were fitted to high standard approximately 6 years ago. From the entrance hall stairs lead down to the lower ground floor with a spacious living room to the rear and double garage to the front, which also benefits from a cloakroom and sink, this floor could potentially be converted into annex accommodation subject to the usual permissions being granted. The first floor of the property offers a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. This unique, beautifully presented home must be viewed to appreciate the gardens and quality of the accommodation on offer.
Lower Ground Floor
6.05m x 4.67m (19' 10" x 15' 4")
5.84m x 3.45m (19' 2" x 11' 4")
3.48m x 3.48m (11' 5" x 11' 5")
4.72m x 2.77m (15' 6" x 9' 1")
2.44m x 2.39m (8' 0" x 7' 10")
3.99m x 3.10m (13' 1" x 10' 2")
3.89m x 3.71m (12' 9" x 12' 2")
3.71m x 2.01m (12' 2" x 6' 7")
2.92m x 2.36m (9' 7" x 7' 9")
6.07m x 5.16m (19' 11" x 16' 11")
Gardens - approx 0.2 acre
The property is situated 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 village post office and the highly regarded 'Champneys'.