2 Bedroom Semi Detached (House) £325,000

2 beds
1 bathroom
2 reception

About this property

A traditional 1950's two double bedroom home, beautifully presented with a delightful generous garden. This house has been loved and cared for by the current owners for 50 years. Downstairs The property has a lounge, dining room, kitchen and side passage with lots of storage. the house has great potential to extend into the loft or for a two storey extension at the rear ( subject to usual consents) This is a must see property and could be the most wonderful family home. Regular buses run into town (15 mins)where the mainline station serves Kings Cross in 27 minutes. The property measures 83.6 sq. m (899.7 sq. ft. Energy rating D.
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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 it’s a busy and bustling town with a selection of shops, including John Lewis, Marks and Spencer, Waitrose, Sainsburys and also an array of coffee houses and eateries. The mainline station provides easy access to London’s Kings Cross within 30 minutes. There are many primary and secondary schools within walking distance of the residential areas. The highly regarded Oakland's College is in the town centre and has achieved an overall 'Good' in the Ofsted inspection.
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council tax band C-£1371.54-
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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 it’s a busy and bustling town with a selection of shops, including John Lewis, Marks and Spencer, Waitrose, Sainsburys and also an array of coffee houses and eateries. The mainline station provides easy access to London’s Kings Cross within 30 minutes. There are many primary and secondary schools within walking distance of the residential areas. The highly regarded Oakland's College is in the town centre and has achieved an overall 'Good' in the Ofsted inspection.
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BEDROOM TWO-3.93m x 2.83m (12' 11" x 9' 3") -
BEDROOM ONE-3.92m x 2.90m (12' 10" x 9' 6") -
LANDING--
KITCHEN-2.95m x 2.60m (9' 8" x 8' 6") -
DINING ROOM-2.73m x 2.72m (8' 11" x 8' 11") -
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LOUNGE-4.76m x 3.55m (15' 7" x 11' 8") -
council tax band C-£1371.54-
ENTRANCE HALL--
LOUNGE-4.76m x 3.55m (15' 7" x 11' 8") -
DINING ROOM-2.73m x 2.72m (8' 11" x 8' 11") -
BEDROOM TWO-3.93m x 2.83m (12' 11" x 9' 3") -
BEDROOM ONE-3.92m x 2.90m (12' 10" x 9' 6") -
LANDING--
KITCHEN-2.95m x 2.60m (9' 8" x 8' 6") -

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