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Nearest Stations

  • Hitchin Rail Station - 0.3 miles
  • Letchworth Rail Station - 2.1 miles
  • Baldock Rail Station - 4.1 miles
  • Stevenage Rail Station - 4.5 miles
  • Arlesey Rail Station - 4.8 miles
This modern semi has been exceptionally well extended and upgraded to provide a very smart and stylish family home. An L-shaped dining/family room with wide-opening double-glazed folding doors to the garden runs across the rear and is complemented by a sitting room, fitted kitchen, cloakroom/WC and spacious entrance hall. There are four good bedrooms and a well-appointed bathroom on the first floor.

An excellent garden studio, currently used as a home office, with an adjoining garden store adds an extra dimension to the property. The original section of the main house is understood to be of solid brick construction with the extensions of insulated cavity brickwork, all under a tiled roof. The house benefits from a boarded and carpeted loft, uPVC double-glazed windows and gas fired central heating.

The house stands in a plot measuring approximately 122' by 25'4" (37.24m x 7.73m) overall. To the front is a shingle forecourt providing off-street parking for two cars with an EV charging point.

A gate to the side leads to the rear garden, which is some 62' (19m) in length. A premium quality low maintenance 'Millboard' composite decked terrace adjoins the house with steps down to the lawn, raised herbaceous borders and a paved patio adjoining the versatile garden studio.

The property backs on to Walsworth Common, providing some 27 acres of green open space for children to play and to walk the dog.

The house is peacefully set a the head of a residential close. 83 Common Rise is located on the eastern side of Hitchin, within half a mile of the mainline railway station and just a mile from the town centre. Hitchin is on the East Coast Mainline with regular services to London running throughout the day. The fastest journeys to St Pancras take just 33 minutes, to Cambridge 32 minutes and Peterborough 40 minutes. Junction 8 on the A1(M) is only a 3.6 mile drive away.

This highly regarded north Hertfordshire market town of Hitchin is often rated as one the best places to live in the UK. In addition to its attractive historic centre, it offers a wide range of amenities including excellent schools, a shopping centre oustanding in its scope and variety, a fine market, a wide range of pubs and restaurants, leisure facilities and places of worship.

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, some claim to provide 5G.

Currently Band 'B', but subject to an improvement indicator following the extending and upgrading of the property. The band will be reviewed and may increase following the sale. Property Ref: 17841847

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