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Nearest Stations

  • Hitchin Rail Station - 1.7 miles
  • Stevenage Rail Station - 2.8 miles
  • Letchworth Rail Station - 3.7 miles
  • Knebworth Rail Station - 5.2 miles
  • Baldock Rail Station - 5.3 miles
This individual detached bungalow has been the much loved home of just one family since it was built, some fifty years ago. It now offers scope for some updating and improvement, or even a more radical scheme of remodelling or replacement, providing an opportunity to create something really special, subject to any necessary planning consents.

There are three double bedrooms and a spacious L-shaped reception room, in addition to the kitchen, bathroom and cloakroom/WC.

The bungalow benefits from replacement uPVC double-glazed windows and oil fired central heating.

The bungalow is set centrally in its plot, which measures approximately 156' by 60' (47.7m x 18.2m) overall. It is screened from the road by a tall hedge and the front garden is laid to lawn with ornamental trees and shrubs. The tarmac driveway provides good off-street parking and leads to the attached garage.

There is access to either side of the bungalow leading to the rear garden which is some 45' (13.8m) in depth. A terraced patio adjoins the rear of the bungalow with steps down to the lawn. There are ornamental trees and shrubs and a timber garden shed. There is also an integral store below Bedroom 3.

There is a very pleasant outlook to the east across wooded meadowland to countryside beyond.

Stevenage Road is a quiet country lane leading to a dead end on the eastern side of the delightful and picturesque village of St Ippolyts, less than 2 miles to the south of Hitchin town centre. The parish church, dating from Norman times, and the highly regarded and sought-after primary school are both within 200 yards. The village, set in attractive north Hertfordshire countryside, is also served by a village store (within half a mile) and two pubs ( within a mile). A wide range of facilities including excellent shopping, schools, pubs, restaurants are available in the adjoining market town and Hitchin and its environs are often identified as one of the best places to live in the UK.

Hitchin mainline railway station is just 2.1 miles away. Hitchin is on the East Coast mainline and regular services run throughout the day. The fastest services to London St Pancras take just 33 minutes, to Cambridge 32 minutes and to Peterborough 41 minutes. Junction 8 on the A1(M) is just a 2.3 mile drive. Property Ref: 17325742

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