2 Bedroom Mews Style (Barn Conversion) £530,000

2 beds
3 bathrooms
1 reception

About this property

Offered for sale CHAIN FREE. A RARE opportunity to buy in this quaint Hertfordshire HAMLET. Renovated and improved by the current owner of 10 years. A large two bedroom character home situated in a picturesque location. DRIVEWAY for four cars. 100ft cottage garden with stunning COUNTRYSIDE views. Bi-fold doors, farmhouse latch doors, 3 bathrooms. Stunning master bedroom with vaulted ceilings offering A view of the spectacular rural landscape. Excellent road and mainline rail links, M25, A10, Broxbourne station serving London's Liverpool street in 25 minutes is only 3.5 miles away. Local countryside and woodland walks. Property measures 127.2 sq m (1369.0 sq ft) Energy Rating C.
OPEN PLAN LOUNGE & DINING ROOM-7.68m x 5.96m narrowing to 3.61m (25' 2" x 19' 7" narrowing to 11'84") Into the open plan, elegant lounge and dining room with bi-folding doors opening onto the patios and 100Ft gardens with stunning views beyond, giving this a real holiday-home feel.
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LANDING-With built in double wardrobe-
MASTER BEDROOM-5.36m x 4.11m narrowing to 3.16 (17' 7" x 13' 6" narrowing to 10'36") (sloping ceilings) The master bedroom is a generous size with a vaulted ceiling, plantation shutters framing the stunning countryside views. This bright and airy room can easily accommodate a super King-size bed with ample space for bedside cabinets, and drawers etc. Built in sleek white gloss wardrobes provide generous storage. Fully tiled En-suite shower room with a white three pieces suite. -
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM--
GUEST BEDROOM-4.33m x 3.50m (14' 2" x 11' 6") (sloping ceilings) Off the landing is a family bathroom with velux window flooding this room with natural daylight. The guest suite is a lovely cottage style bedroom with ample room for a King size bed. Plantation shutters frame the countryside views, en-suite shower room.
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GUEST EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM--
FAMILY BATHROOM--
DRIVEWAY--
THE HISTORY OF HIGHFIELD-Highfield Farm dates back to the early 1920’s and was originally a sheep and cattle farm. In 1923, Highfield Farm was purchased by John Ben Snow, an American millionaire and Director of Woolworths, he was one of a handful of managers to come to the UK to spearhead the ‘Woolies’ invasion of Britain. During his time here (between the two wars) It appears he put Highfield Farm on the map. Whilst here he discovered he had a passion for horses and developed a polo and racing stable (the Polo viewing tower still remains) Highfield Farm became a weekend social centre, where he entertained company executives, hosting lavish parties with American ex-pats and the cream of high society.
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Agents note-Some items of furniture will be available under separate negotiation.
The owner of this property is an employee of Wrights Estate Agents.-
COUNCIL TAX BAND E-£2132.33-
SERVICE CHARGE-£120.00 per month (approx.)
For maintenance of communal areas, water supply and use of septic tank.-
What the owner says-"This has been the most lovely home for us, we have loved spending time in the garden and enjoying endless countryside and woodland walks. We have got such fond memories of time spent with friends and family, especially in the garden, enjoying sitting around the cosy fire. Everyone that visits always say they feel like they are on holiday."-
Cont'd-He sold the estate at the beginning of World War Two when he moved back to the States. During the war, Highfield Farm was used for Army training and then sold as a private dwelling to a local man. In 2002 Highfield Farm was sold to developers to convert into the charming homes we see today.
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L SHAPED ENTRANCE HALL--
WASHROOM WC--
KITCHEN-3.74m x 2.87m (12' 3" x 9' 5") The farmhouse style kitchen is fitted with sage green painted shaker units with integrated dishwasher, washing machine, fridge-freezer and fitted Range master double oven in regal blue with extractor hood over. 'Fired earth Cotignac' tiled splash backs. There is ample work space for food preparation.

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SERVICE CHARGE-£120.00 per month (approx.)
For maintenance of communal areas, water supply and use of septic tank.-
COUNCIL TAX BAND E-£2132.33-
Agents note-Some items of furniture will be available under separate negotiation.
The owner of this property is an employee of Wrights Estate Agents.-
About the property-This handsome property is set back form a quiet country lane. To the front of the property is a large gravel driveway and garden, a paved patio leads into the entrance porch. Once inside, Karndean oak flooring runs throughout the ground floor, oak shelves, traditional column radiators and farmhouse latch doors, chrome socket and traditional art deco toggle light switches throughout. The entrance hall is 'L' shaped with doors to the wash room wc, kitchen and open plan lounge and dining room, open balustrade staircase to first floor. Upstairs there is a generous master bedroom with en-suite, the bedroom is easily large enough for a super king size bed. The guest suite is again a great size with an en-suite. The landing has a built in double wardrobe and off here is the family bathroom. -
GARDENS-The rear garden is south east facing so during the summer months the sun is in the garden all day. Lots of versatile space with areas to dine, relax and enjoy the wildlife. From the bi-fold doors straight onto the Brick weave patios with steps leading down to the cottage style garden with well stocked flower beds, borders, stream and pond
At the bottom of the garden there is a cosy covered pagoda overlooking the pond and fields beyond. Here you can sit, relax and listen to the gentle bubbling of the stream. The cast iron burner is a lovely feature and very cosy on those chilly days. A gate at the bottom of the garden leads to the acre field which is for the exclusive use of Highfield residents.
To the front of the property is a garden and a gravel driveway and can accommodate 3-4 vehicles.
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What the owner says-"This has been the most lovely home for us, we have loved spending time in the garden and enjoying endless countryside and woodland walks. We have got such fond memories of time spent with friends and family, especially in the garden, enjoying sitting around the cosy fire. Everyone that visits always say they feel like they are on holiday."-
Cont'd-He sold the estate at the beginning of World War Two when he moved back to the States. During the war, Highfield Farm was used for Army training and then sold as a private dwelling to a local man. In 2002 Highfield Farm was sold to developers to convert into the charming homes we see today.
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GUEST EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM--
FAMILY BATHROOM--
DRIVEWAY--
THE HISTORY OF HIGHFIELD-Highfield Farm dates back to the early 1920’s and was originally a sheep and cattle farm. In 1923, Highfield Farm was purchased by John Ben Snow, an American millionaire and Director of Woolworths, he was one of a handful of managers to come to the UK to spearhead the ‘Woolies’ invasion of Britain. During his time here (between the two wars) It appears he put Highfield Farm on the map. Whilst here he discovered he had a passion for horses and developed a polo and racing stable (the Polo viewing tower still remains) Highfield Farm became a weekend social centre, where he entertained company executives, hosting lavish parties with American ex-pats and the cream of high society.
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OPEN PLAN LOUNGE & DINING ROOM-7.68m x 5.96m narrowing to 3.61m (25' 2" x 19' 7" narrowing to 11'84") Into the open plan, elegant lounge and dining room with bi-folding doors opening onto the patios and 100Ft gardens with stunning views beyond, giving this a real holiday-home feel.
-
LANDING-With built in double wardrobe-
MASTER BEDROOM-5.36m x 4.11m narrowing to 3.16 (17' 7" x 13' 6" narrowing to 10'36") (sloping ceilings) The master bedroom is a generous size with a vaulted ceiling, plantation shutters framing the stunning countryside views. This bright and airy room can easily accommodate a super King-size bed with ample space for bedside cabinets, and drawers etc. Built in sleek white gloss wardrobes provide generous storage. Fully tiled En-suite shower room with a white three pieces suite. -
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM--
GUEST BEDROOM-4.33m x 3.50m (14' 2" x 11' 6") (sloping ceilings) Off the landing is a family bathroom with velux window flooding this room with natural daylight. The guest suite is a lovely cottage style bedroom with ample room for a King size bed. Plantation shutters frame the countryside views, en-suite shower room.
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GUEST BEDROOM-4.33m x 3.50m (14' 2" x 11' 6") (sloping ceilings) Off the landing is a family bathroom with velux window flooding this room with natural daylight. The guest suite is a lovely cottage style bedroom with ample room for a King size bed. Plantation shutters frame the countryside views, en-suite shower room.
-
L SHAPED ENTRANCE HALL--
WASHROOM WC--
KITCHEN-3.74m x 2.87m (12' 3" x 9' 5") The farmhouse style kitchen is fitted with sage green painted shaker units with integrated dishwasher, washing machine, fridge-freezer and fitted Range master double oven in regal blue with extractor hood over. 'Fired earth Cotignac' tiled splash backs. There is ample work space for food preparation.

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What the owner says-"This has been the most lovely home for us, we have loved spending time in the garden and enjoying endless countryside and woodland walks. We have got such fond memories of time spent with friends and family, especially in the garden, enjoying sitting around the cosy fire. Everyone that visits always say they feel like they are on holiday."-
GUEST EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM--
FAMILY BATHROOM--
DRIVEWAY--
THE HISTORY OF HIGHFIELD-Highfield Farm dates back to the early 1920’s and was originally a sheep and cattle farm. In 1923, Highfield Farm was purchased by John Ben Snow, an American millionaire and Director of Woolworths, he was one of a handful of managers to come to the UK to spearhead the ‘Woolies’ invasion of Britain. During his time here (between the two wars) It appears he put Highfield Farm on the map. Whilst here he discovered he had a passion for horses and developed a polo and racing stable (the Polo viewing tower still remains) Highfield Farm became a weekend social centre, where he entertained company executives, hosting lavish parties with American ex-pats and the cream of high society.
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Cont'd-He sold the estate at the beginning of World War Two when he moved back to the States. During the war, Highfield Farm was used for Army training and then sold as a private dwelling to a local man. In 2002 Highfield Farm was sold to developers to convert into the charming homes we see today.
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GARDENS-The rear garden is south east facing so during the summer months the sun is in the garden all day. Lots of versatile space with areas to dine, relax and enjoy the wildlife. From the bi-fold doors straight onto the Brick weave patios with steps leading down to the cottage style garden with well stocked flower beds, borders, stream and pond
At the bottom of the garden there is a cosy covered pagoda overlooking the pond and fields beyond. Here you can sit, relax and listen to the gentle bubbling of the stream. The cast iron burner is a lovely feature and very cosy on those chilly days. A gate at the bottom of the garden leads to the acre field which is for the exclusive use of Highfield residents.
To the front of the property is a garden and a gravel driveway and can accommodate 3-4 vehicles.
-
OPEN PLAN LOUNGE & DINING ROOM-7.68m x 5.96m narrowing to 3.61m (25' 2" x 19' 7" narrowing to 11'84") Into the open plan, elegant lounge and dining room with bi-folding doors opening onto the patios and 100Ft gardens with stunning views beyond, giving this a real holiday-home feel.
-
About the property-This handsome property is set back form a quiet country lane. To the front of the property is a large gravel driveway and garden, a paved patio leads into the entrance porch. Once inside, Karndean oak flooring runs throughout the ground floor, oak shelves, traditional column radiators and farmhouse latch doors, chrome socket and traditional art deco toggle light switches throughout. The entrance hall is 'L' shaped with doors to the wash room wc, kitchen and open plan lounge and dining room, open balustrade staircase to first floor. Upstairs there is a generous master bedroom with en-suite, the bedroom is easily large enough for a super king size bed. The guest suite is again a great size with an en-suite. The landing has a built in double wardrobe and off here is the family bathroom. -
Agents note-Some items of furniture will be available under separate negotiation.
The owner of this property is an employee of Wrights Estate Agents.-
SERVICE CHARGE-£120.00 per month (approx.)
For maintenance of communal areas, water supply and use of septic tank.-
COUNCIL TAX BAND E-£2132.33-
LANDING-With built in double wardrobe-
MASTER BEDROOM-5.36m x 4.11m narrowing to 3.16 (17' 7" x 13' 6" narrowing to 10'36") (sloping ceilings) The master bedroom is a generous size with a vaulted ceiling, plantation shutters framing the stunning countryside views. This bright and airy room can easily accommodate a super King-size bed with ample space for bedside cabinets, and drawers etc. Built in sleek white gloss wardrobes provide generous storage. Fully tiled En-suite shower room with a white three pieces suite. -
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM--
About the property-This handsome property is set back form a quiet country lane. To the front of the property is a large gravel driveway and garden, a paved patio leads into the entrance porch. Once inside, Karndean oak flooring runs throughout the ground floor, oak shelves, traditional column radiators and farmhouse latch doors, chrome socket and traditional art deco toggle light switches throughout. The entrance hall is 'L' shaped with doors to the wash room wc, kitchen and open plan lounge and dining room, open balustrade staircase to first floor. Upstairs there is a generous master bedroom with en-suite, the bedroom is easily large enough for a super king size bed. The guest suite is again a great size with an en-suite. The landing has a built in double wardrobe and off here is the family bathroom. -
GARDENS-The rear garden is south east facing so during the summer months the sun is in the garden all day. Lots of versatile space with areas to dine, relax and enjoy the wildlife. From the bi-fold doors straight onto the Brick weave patios with steps leading down to the cottage style garden with well stocked flower beds, borders, stream and pond
At the bottom of the garden there is a cosy covered pagoda overlooking the pond and fields beyond. Here you can sit, relax and listen to the gentle bubbling of the stream. The cast iron burner is a lovely feature and very cosy on those chilly days. A gate at the bottom of the garden leads to the acre field which is for the exclusive use of Highfield residents.
To the front of the property is a garden and a gravel driveway and can accommodate 3-4 vehicles.
-
L SHAPED ENTRANCE HALL--
WASHROOM WC--
KITCHEN-3.74m x 2.87m (12' 3" x 9' 5") The farmhouse style kitchen is fitted with sage green painted shaker units with integrated dishwasher, washing machine, fridge-freezer and fitted Range master double oven in regal blue with extractor hood over. 'Fired earth Cotignac' tiled splash backs. There is ample work space for food preparation.

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