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Nearest Stations

  • Hitchin Rail Station - 1.5 miles
  • Letchworth Rail Station - 2.3 miles
  • Arlesey Rail Station - 3.8 miles
  • Baldock Rail Station - 4.3 miles
  • Stevenage Rail Station - 5.8 miles
This attractive late Victorian end of terrace cottage is of 9" brick construction under a slate roof. A much loved home, it would now benefit from some refurbishment, updating and improvement, offering an outstanding opportunity to the buyer. There are two reception rooms, plus kitchen and a modern wet room with shower on the ground floor. The first floor provides two double bedrooms.

The house benefits from gas fired central heating and a gas fired 'coal' stove in the dining room.

The cottage stands back from the road in a plot measuring approximately 159' by 20' (48.6m x 6.3m) overall. There is an off-street parking space at the front of the plot and the remainder of the front garden, screened by a hedge, comprises a herbaceous bed with ornamental shrubs.

A sideway leads to the south facing rear garden, which is some 72' (21.9m) in length, with a paved patio, raised bed, ornamental pond, herbaceous borders and ornamental shrubs and trees. Timber garden shed.

The adjoining mid-terrace property enjoys a right-of-way through the rear garden.

The property enjoys a pleasant and convenient location on the northern side of the village centre, within a quarter of a mile of the village stores, primary school, parish church, pub and village hall.

Ickleford, which grew up where the Icknield Way forded a river is conveniently located on the northern outskirts of the highly regarded market town of Hitchin. The village is attractively set around a series of greens and commons.

Hitchin, together with neighbouring Letchworth Garden City and Baldock, provide a wide range of amenities. All are on the mainline to London Kings Cross or St Pancras with regular services throughout the day, the fastest of which take 33 minutes, 29 minutes and 37 minutes respectively. Cambridge is 32, 26 and 26 minutes away in the other direction. For those travelling by road, the A1(M), A6, M1, A505 and A507 are within easy reach. Property Ref: 17805309

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