3 Bedroom Mid Terrace (House) £385,000

3 beds
1 bathroom
1 reception

About this property

A delightful three bedroom Welwyn Garden City traditional 1930s MID TERRACE home, situated in a sought-after tree lined road within walking distance of the town centre. This property has a cottage feel and has been carefully renovated by the current owners to keep within its traditional features. The ground floor offers a cosy living room with working gas fire, leading to the open kitchen/dining area. DOWNSTAIRS W/C. Upstairs you will find three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. REPLACEMENT COMBI BOILER and DOUBLE GLAZING THROUGHOUT PLUS PARTIAL REWIRE. The garden is generous with tree and hedged boundaries. There is a patio area and lawn which weaves through the garden to the bottom where sits a timber shed plus storage shed at the top. Gated side access to the front. DRIVEWAY. The town centre is only a mile away, (15 minute walk) with the Mainline station serving Kings Cross in 27 minutes. There are a selection of Ofsted 'good' schools and amenities within a 10 minute walking distance. Energy rating D.
ENTRANCE PORCH--
LIVING ROOM-3.85m x 3.63m (12' 8" x 11' 11") -
OPEN KITCHEN/DINING AREA-4.93m x 2.88m (16' 2" x 9' 5") -
W/C--
BEDROOM ONE-4.81m x 4.22m (15' 9" x 13' 10") -
BEDROOM TWO-3.85m x 2.58m (12' 8" x 8' 6") -
BEDROOM THREE-2.53m x 2.30m (8' 4" x 7' 7") -
BATHROOM--
GARDEN--
BLOCK PAVED DRIVEWAY--
COUNCIL TAX BAND C-£1632.56 -
ABOUT WELWYN GARDEN CITY-Welwyn Garden City was founded by Sir Ebenezer Howard in the 1920s and designated a new town in 1948. It was aimed to combine the benefits of the city and countryside. Welwyn Garden City was an escape from life in overcrowded cities to a place of sunshine, leafy lanes, countryside and cafes. Emphasis was placed on the Garden City's healthy environment. Today the town centre is a busy and bustling place with a selection of shops. The Howard Shopping Centre is located in the centre, where you can find a selection of high street favourites including John Lewis, Debenhams and Marks & Spencer there is also a Waitrose and a Sainsburys on the outskirts of the town. There is also a quaint cinema, showing the latest films. If you fancy a spot of lunch the town is home to a plethora of coffee shops, independent restaurants and well-known chains including the French restaurant Cote which overlooks the fountain and for a real buzzing atmosphere, Bills is a great place to meet friends. For those who like to lead an active lifestyle, there is everything from football pitches, golf driving ranges, indoor and outdoor tennis, to an athletics track, a public velodrome and a dry ski slope. Also, there are a number of gyms in the area. -
WHAT THE OWNER SAYS-We have loved living in this house and in this area of Welwyn Garden City. It really has offered everything we have needed due to the convenient location, access to travel links and this lovely house. We consider ourselves very lucky to have had the opportunity to live here and hope that the next owners love it just as much as we do.-
WHAT THE OWNER SAYS-We have loved living in this house and in this area of Welwyn Garden City. It really has offered everything we have needed due to the convenient location, access to travel links and this lovely house. We consider ourselves very lucky to have had the opportunity to live here and hope that the next owners love it just as much as we do.-
BATHROOM--
GARDEN--
BLOCK PAVED DRIVEWAY--
COUNCIL TAX BAND C-£1632.56 -
ABOUT WELWYN GARDEN CITY-Welwyn Garden City was founded by Sir Ebenezer Howard in the 1920s and designated a new town in 1948. It was aimed to combine the benefits of the city and countryside. Welwyn Garden City was an escape from life in overcrowded cities to a place of sunshine, leafy lanes, countryside and cafes. Emphasis was placed on the Garden City's healthy environment. Today the town centre is a busy and bustling place with a selection of shops. The Howard Shopping Centre is located in the centre, where you can find a selection of high street favourites including John Lewis, Debenhams and Marks & Spencer there is also a Waitrose and a Sainsburys on the outskirts of the town. There is also a quaint cinema, showing the latest films. If you fancy a spot of lunch the town is home to a plethora of coffee shops, independent restaurants and well-known chains including the French restaurant Cote which overlooks the fountain and for a real buzzing atmosphere, Bills is a great place to meet friends. For those who like to lead an active lifestyle, there is everything from football pitches, golf driving ranges, indoor and outdoor tennis, to an athletics track, a public velodrome and a dry ski slope. Also, there are a number of gyms in the area. -
BEDROOM THREE-2.53m x 2.30m (8' 4" x 7' 7") -
W/C--
BEDROOM ONE-4.81m x 4.22m (15' 9" x 13' 10") -
BEDROOM TWO-3.85m x 2.58m (12' 8" x 8' 6") -
OPEN KITCHEN/DINING AREA-4.93m x 2.88m (16' 2" x 9' 5") -
LIVING ROOM-3.85m x 3.63m (12' 8" x 11' 11") -
ENTRANCE PORCH--
WHAT THE OWNER SAYS-We have loved living in this house and in this area of Welwyn Garden City. It really has offered everything we have needed due to the convenient location, access to travel links and this lovely house. We consider ourselves very lucky to have had the opportunity to live here and hope that the next owners love it just as much as we do.-
ABOUT WELWYN GARDEN CITY-Welwyn Garden City was founded by Sir Ebenezer Howard in the 1920s and designated a new town in 1948. It was aimed to combine the benefits of the city and countryside. Welwyn Garden City was an escape from life in overcrowded cities to a place of sunshine, leafy lanes, countryside and cafes. Emphasis was placed on the Garden City's healthy environment. Today the town centre is a busy and bustling place with a selection of shops. The Howard Shopping Centre is located in the centre, where you can find a selection of high street favourites including John Lewis, Debenhams and Marks & Spencer there is also a Waitrose and a Sainsburys on the outskirts of the town. There is also a quaint cinema, showing the latest films. If you fancy a spot of lunch the town is home to a plethora of coffee shops, independent restaurants and well-known chains including the French restaurant Cote which overlooks the fountain and for a real buzzing atmosphere, Bills is a great place to meet friends. For those who like to lead an active lifestyle, there is everything from football pitches, golf driving ranges, indoor and outdoor tennis, to an athletics track, a public velodrome and a dry ski slope. Also, there are a number of gyms in the area. -
BEDROOM THREE-2.53m x 2.30m (8' 4" x 7' 7") -
BATHROOM--
GARDEN--
BLOCK PAVED DRIVEWAY--
COUNCIL TAX BAND C-£1632.56 -
OPEN KITCHEN/DINING AREA-4.93m x 2.88m (16' 2" x 9' 5") -
W/C--
BEDROOM ONE-4.81m x 4.22m (15' 9" x 13' 10") -
BEDROOM TWO-3.85m x 2.58m (12' 8" x 8' 6") -
ENTRANCE PORCH--
LIVING ROOM-3.85m x 3.63m (12' 8" x 11' 11") -

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