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Fri 20 Apr 2018

Feature Friday - Village Home Special

Welcome to this week's Village Home special edition of Feature Property Friday! We are very fortunate with some of the villages that surround us across Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire and thats why we are going to bring you a few that we currently have on the market.

 



Elbourn Way, Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire 

         

This attractive modern detached village home was built in 1997 and provides excellent, spacious and versatile family accommodation. The conservatory, family room and study all add an extra dimension to the original layout, making the house ideal for the growing family. There are four good bedrooms, with an en suite shower room to the master. Elbourn Way is a pleasant residential close on the eastern side of the centre of the attractive south Cambridgeshire village of Bassingbourn, set on the borders of Hertfordshire. For more infromation on this property click here.

Astwick, Stotfold, Hitchin, Hertfordshire

         


This absolutely stunning five bedroom detached property enjoys a delightful rural setting. Dating from 1924, the house has been exceptionally well extended, updated and improved to form an outstandingly spacious family home. The house stands in a fine plot of some one and a half acres with beautiful counrtyside views to the front. Old Mill Cottage enjoys a delightful rural location on the eastern edge of the picturesque hamlet of Astwick with its historic Saxon church, dedicated to St Guthlac and set in attractive rolling countryside on the Bedfordshire/Hertfordshire border. For more infromation on this property click here.

Pedley Lane, Clifton, Bedfordshire

         


This recently built village property is a home of considerable quality, blending the best in modern living with a pleasantly traditional feel. The spacious sitting room has an attractive fireplace. The kitchen/breakfast room is simply stunning and the breakfast area could easily be used as a more formal dining area, freeing up the dining room for use as family room, playroom or study as required. Pedley Lane is a quiet village road on the west side of the village centre. Voted Bedfordshire Village of the Year on a number of occasions, Clifton is an attractive village dating from before the Norman Conquest and conveniently located on the borders with Hertfordshire. For more infromation on this property click here.

Roxley Cottages, Willian, Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire

          


This delightful Grade II listed period 2 bbedroom end of terrace cottage forms part of a group of cottages set in the centre of the historic village of Willian on the southern outskirts of Letchworth Garden City. Most of the cottages date from the early 19th Century, but No 20 is part of a much earlier building which inspired the others and dates from Medieval and possibly even Norman times. The cottage enjoys a very pleasant semi-rural location in the village of Willian on the southern outskirts of Letchworth Garden City and an attractive setting close to the historic parish church. The village is also served by a shop/post office, a pub and a pub/restaurant. For more infromation on this property click here.

High Street, Henlow, Bedfordshire

         


This individual modern detached village house was built just 20 years ago and provides a spacious family home of considerable quality. The reception rooms and bedrooms have engineered real oak flooring. There is underfloor heating to the bespoke fitted kitchen/breakfast room which has a limestone floor and granite worktops. The property enjoys a pleasant location set in the heart of the sought-after village of Henlow on the borders of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, just 5.9 miles from Letchworth Garden City, 6.5 miles from Hitchin, and 13 miles from Bedford. Arlesey railway station is easy cycling and walking distance away at only 1.3 miles. Henlow has two highly regarded schools, three pubs including the ‘gastro’ Crown Pub and the award-winning real-ale Engineers Arms, and numerous parks and open spaces popular with families and dog-walkers alike. For more infromation on this property click here.

High Street, Hinxworth, Baldock, Hertfordshire

         


You really need to view this remarkably spacious linked detached bungalow internally as the view from the road gives only the merest hint of the wellappointed accommodation to be found inside. There is natural oak flooring to the hall, sitting room, dining room and bedroom one, ceramic tiled floors to the Kitchen, bathroom and utility room and quarry tiled floor to the conservatory. This spacious linked detached bungalow enjoys a very pleasant village setting in north Hertfordshire on its borders with Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire, less than 5 miles from either Biggleswade and Baldock mainline railway stations, the same from Ashwell & Morden and 7½ miles from the station in the centre of Letchworth Garden City. All three towns offer a wide range of facilities. For more infromation on this property click here.

Station Close, Henlow, Bedfordshire

         


This attractive and remarkably spacious detached family home dates from 2005 and provides versatile accommodation arranged over three floors. On the ground floor, the sitting room is complemented by a fine double-glazed conservatory and three additional reception rooms. Station Close is set on the south side of the attractive Bedfordshire village of Henlow on the borders of Hertfordshire, just 4 miles north of Hitchin, 6.5 miles north-west of Letchworth Garden City and 13 miles south-east of Bedford. For more infromation on this property click here

If you would like to view or discuss any of these properties further please feel free to call out office on (01462) 685808 and one of the team would be more than happy to have a chat with you.

Enjoy the weekend,

The Charter Whyman Team