About this propertyA RARE opportunity to acquire this very handsome GRADE II listed, 1950's original Welwyn Garden THREE bedroom property situated on the popular WEST side of the town centre. Designed by Louis de Soissons and Grade II listed for its special architectural, historic interest (only one of 23 listed properties in Welwyn Garden) This attractive and spacious home forms part of a landmark development just to the north of the town centre. It offers generous living space together with attractive landscaped communal grounds and ample parking. Situated on the corner of Digswell Road and Knightsfield this superb home is within easy walking distance of the town centre (10 mins) and is close to local amenities and renowned schooling for all ages. A new boiler services the gas central heating system and a British Gas 'HIVE' system is installed. Energy rating D.
STORE ROOM-1.73m x 1.18m (5' 8" x 3' 10") -
BREAKFAST KITCHEN-3.58m x 2.89m (11' 9" x 9' 6") -
LOUNGE-4.63m x 3.23m (15' 2" x 10' 7") (parquet flooring) and (south facing) -
ENTRANCE UTILITY & LAUNDRY-3.04m x 1.72m (10' x 5' 8") Plumbing for automatic washing machine. wall mounted Worcester boiler (new)-
About the property...-A great opportunity to acquire a piece of Welwyn Garden City history. This charming Grade II listed house has been home to the current owner for 10 years. It offers a wealth of accommodation, perfect for a growing family. On the ground floor there is a large utility area with an adjacent store room and then into the breakfast kitchen with ample storage space provides by a pantry and under stairs cupboard. . These rooms could all be made into one superb open plan kitchen, diner (stpc) The inner hallway with a WC off and then into the south facing lounge, a very pleasant room with views over the well maintained grounds. Upstairs to the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a newly installed, high spec family bathroom. Outside the property is set back from the main road overlooking a green with a large mature oak tree. To the rear there are large communal gardens to enjoy. A quaint patio area is a real sun trap where the current owners sit and have their breakfast and afternoon tea. The property offers off street parking and there is a bus stop servicing local towns. -