- EPC Rating C
- FOUR BEDROOMS
- OPEN PLAN LIVING
- REFITTED KITCHEN
- REFITTED BATHROOMS
- COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS TO THE REAR
- DRESSING AREA TO MASTER
- ENSUITE TO MASTER
- 100FT REAR GARDEN
- REPLACEMENT CENTRAL HEATING
Built approximately in the early 1960s and extended recently this property offers spacious accommodation for the family. Through the front door into carpeted entrance hallway you have stairs rising to the first floor and doors to the study, formal living room and the open plan living space. The formal lounge has a log burner inset to a fireplace and large window to front aspect offering lots of natural light. The other room to the front is currently being used as a utility area but could have a wide range of uses such as study/playroom also. There is a downstairs cloakroom just off of this room with low level wc and glass hand basin. The open plan space however is where this property comes into its own. The vendor has described it as a real hub of the house and has a large living space, dining table under velux windows again offering lots of natural light and kitchen area. The kitchen is very well finished with oak eye and base level units with black granite worktops over offering a stark contrast. The kitchen also benefits from having an integrated double oven, five ring gas hob and stainless steel extractor over. Furthermore in the open plan space there are tri fold doors that open out to a long rear garden backing onto open countryside. To the first floor you have four bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom which is left from the rising staircase has a dressing area with two double sliding door wardrobes. At the back of the property you have the master bedroom with window overlooking the fields to the rear and at the front you have a wet room style bathroom which has been tiled throughout and finished to a very good standard. There are two further double bedrooms one to the front and one to the rear which would have mirrored the original reception rooms. There is a further single bedroom/nursery to the front of the property also. The family bathroom has a white suite with bath and shower over. Again the bathroom has been done very nicely and had a black stone floor. Externally the rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with various mature trees and shrubs around the border. There is nothing but fields behind giving that real countryside feel. The rear garden also has a wooden storage shed which will remain. The front has parking for 3-4 cars off road and a low level brick wall round the front border. General Information
The property is Freehold. The property has Mains Electricity, Gas, Water and Drainage. Local authority: St. Albans Council. Tax Band: E. Energy efficiency rating: C.Situation
Colney Heath is a large village in Hertfordshire, England. The village became a civil parish in 1947 when the St. Peter Rural parish was split to form Colney Heath and London Colney. There is a converted windmill in the village. St Albans City train station is 4 miles away and has links into Londons St.
Pancras station in around 20 minutes. The M1 & A1 are also in close proximity for easy road links. Directions
***FROM ST.ALBANS CITY STATION*** Head north towards station way. Turn right onto station way. Turn right onto Victoria Street/B691. Turn left onto Alma Road/B6424. At the roundabout take the first exit onto London Road/A1081. At the roundabout take the second exit onto St Albans/A1081. At the next roundabout take the first exit onto N Orbital Road/A414. Continue on the A414. Use left lane to turn onto Smallford Lane. Use the left lane to turn right onto N Orbital Road/A414. Turn left onto the High Street. Continue on the High Street until you reach a mini roundabout. Take the second exit which is Tollgate Road. The property is situated on the right hand side.