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Nearest Stations

  • Letchworth Rail Station - 0.9 miles
  • Baldock Rail Station - 1.3 miles
  • Arlesey Rail Station - 3.2 miles
  • Hitchin Rail Station - 3.2 miles
  • Ashwell & Morden Rail Station - 5.4 miles
This most attractive detached house in the traditional Garden City style dates from 1930 and has the distinction of being designated a "Home of Special Interest" by the Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation. This beautifully presented home retains its original charm and character and has been exceptionally well restored, updated and improved by the present owners. The spacious accommodation includes two spacious reception rooms and a fine modern kitchen/breakfast room, by Wentworth Kitchens. There are four good bedrooms on the first floor, served by a well-appointed family bathroom.

The house benefits from uPVC double-glazed windows, a log-burning stove to the sitting room fireplace and gas fired central heating. Planning permission has been granted to extend.

The house is set in a splendid plot extending to over a quarter of an acre and measuring approximately 196' by 60' (59.9m x 18.3m) overall. To the front is a beech hedge and the front garden is laid to lawn with herbaceous beds and borders and ornamental shrubs and trees. The herring-bone brick paved driveway provides good off-street parking and leads to the attached garage.

The impressive rear garden is some 124' (37.7m) in length and laid to lawn with paved patio, an area of decking, pergola, herbaceous beds and borders, raised beds, fruit trees and ornamental shrubs and trees. Greenhouse.

Cashio Lane is named after the Hundred, an ancient administrative district which once included Letchworth. It is a highly regarded residential road on the north-east side of the town and No 16 lies just within the Croft Lane Conservation Area and only a mile from the town centre and mainline railway station. Letchworth Garden City is on the Cambridge to London Kings Cross mainline with services running regularly throughout the day. The fastest service to London Kings Cross takes just 29 minutes with Cambridge 28 minutes away in the other direction. Junction 9 (southbound) and Junction 10 (northbound) on the A1(M) are respectively 2.6 and 2.9 miles away by car.

Designed in the early 20th Century to combine the benefits of town and country, Letchworth Garden City was the world's first example of this concept and succeeds to this day in achieving its aim. The town provides excellent schools, shops, leisure facilities and green open spaces, the most notable of which, the 63-acre Norton Common, is within half a mile. Norton Primary School, the Three Horseshoes public house and Norton's two parish churches are all approximately half a mile away.

MAINS water, sewerage, gas and electricity are connected to the property.
BROADBAND: A choice of providers with claimed download speeds of up to 1000 Mbps.
MOBILE SIGNAL: Most providers claim up to 4G coverage, O2 claims to provide 5G.

To maintain the integrity of the Garden City concept and design, properties are subject to the additional planning requirements of the Heritage Foundation.

Tel: 01462 530350 Property Ref: 13021218

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