3 Bedroom Semi Detached House for sale in Station Road, BERKHAMSTED, Hertfordshire

3 Bedroom Semi Detached House - £575,000

Station Road, BERKHAMSTED, Hertfordshire

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First listed on: 03rd April 2020

Nearest stations: Berkhamsted (0.3 mi)Hemel Hempstead (3.2 mi)Tring (3.8 mi)Apsley (4.5 mi)Kings Langley (6.4 mi)

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Property Description

Located only moments walk from the mainline train station, within easy striking distance of the town centre and with stunning canalside views.
A rare chance to purchase a semi detached period home which has been lovingly maintained by the current owners and is offered for sale in excellent decorative order.
The property has well planned accommodation over three floors including a balcony off the principal reception room which affords elevated views over the canal to the rear.
The whole ground floor is dedicated to an open plan kitchen/dining room which is fitted out with a range of base and eye level units and has French doors opening to a delightful south facing garden area which is laid to decking and flagstones and is enclosed by a range of decking and flagstones - an ideal space to entertain friends in the summer months! From the garden there is gated access directly onto the canal towpath!
All three of the bedrooms benefit from fitted cupboards and are well served by a refitted bathroom which includes a panelled bath with independent shower unit over.

The Location

Set in the Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Berkhamsted is a traditional English town with much of its heritage and charm well preserved; with a medieval castle and Gothic town hall remaining prominent features of the community.

The high street runs parallel with Grand Union Canal and offers shops, restaurants and cafés side-by-side with beautiful river walks, picnic spots and canal-side pubs and bistros. You'll find a variety of shops in the town centre ranging from quaint stores and boutiques to high street brands all catering for your everyday needs and shopping spree desires. A traditional market is set-up along the high street every Wednesday and Saturday selling fruits, vegetables and artisan foods fresh from local farmers and producers.

Out & About

A great choice of eateries can be found throughout the heart of Berkhamsted such as independent pubs and restaurants and popular favourites such as Pizza Express, Giggling Squid, Zaza and Bill's there's something for everyone for every occasion! There are a host of wine bars, cocktail bars, champagne bars and traditional public houses to wet you whistle!

Sporting Interests

Sporting and leisure activities are well catered for in the Berkhamsted area with the Sportspace centre under a mile*Sheldon Way providing swimming pool facilities, sports courts and a gym and fitness studio. Playing fields, recreation grounds and woodlands dotted throughout the town all provide green spaces perfect for sports, walks and socialising. The local cricket and golf clubs offer the chance to start up a new hobby and meet new people whilst enjoying the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside.

Education In The Area

A wide range of education options are available in Berkhamsted and the surrounding area. A mix of comprehensive andindependent institutions from nurseries and primary schools to secondary schools and colleges make this area an ideal place for families. The little ones can attend one of the many Outstanding primary schools such as Westfield Primary and Nursery and St Thomas More Catholic Primary. The local secondary school, Ashlyns, caters for older children as well as providing a sixth form. Berkhamsted School is an independent day and boarding school offering both single sex (from age 11-16) and co-educational teaching for boys and girls aged 3-18.

Transport Links

Berkhamsted is located on the far west edge of Hertfordshire, with excellent links into London with the M25 just 7.4miles away and links towards Birmingham and Bristol along the M1, M40 and M4. Commuters will benefit from excellent rail services to the heart of London, with regular services direct to London Euston in just 31 minutes.

Agents Information For Buyers

Should you wish to make an offer for this property we will require the following information before we enter negotiations:1. Completed Confirmation of Offer Form. (attached).2. We will require documentary evidence to support your methods of funding e.g. Bank statements, accountant/solicitor letter, mortgage agreement in principle.3. Copies of your Passport as photo identification.4. Copy of a recent utility bill/photo card driving License as proof of address.Unfortunately we will not be able to progress any proposed purchase until we are in receipt of this information.

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Located only moments walk from the mainline train station, within easy striking distance of the town centre and with stunning canalside views.
A rare chance to purchase a semi detached period home which has been lovingly maintained by the current owners and is offered for sale in excellent decorative order.
The property has well planned accommodation over three floors including a balcony off the principal reception room which affords elevated views over the canal to the rear.
The whole ground floor is dedicated to an open plan kitchen/dining room which is fitted out with a range of base and eye level units and has French doors opening to a delightful south facing garden area which is laid to decking and flagstones and is enclosed by a range of decking and flagstones - an ideal space to entertain friends in the summer months! From the garden there is gated access directly onto the canal towpath!
All three of the bedrooms benefit from fitted cupboards and are well served by a refitted bathroom which includes a panelled bath with independent shower unit over.

The Location

Set in the Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Berkhamsted is a traditional English town with much of its heritage and charm well preserved; with a medieval castle and Gothic town hall remaining prominent features of the community.

The high street runs parallel with Grand Union Canal and offers shops, restaurants and cafés side-by-side with beautiful river walks, picnic spots and canal-side pubs and bistros. You'll find a variety of shops in the town centre ranging from quaint stores and boutiques to high street brands all catering for your everyday needs and shopping spree desires. A traditional market is set-up along the high street every Wednesday and Saturday selling fruits, vegetables and artisan foods fresh from local farmers and producers.

Out & About

A great choice of eateries can be found throughout the heart of Berkhamsted such as independent pubs and restaurants and popular favourites such as Pizza Express, Giggling Squid, Zaza and Bill's there's something for everyone for every occasion! There are a host of wine bars, cocktail bars, champagne bars and traditional public houses to wet you whistle!

Sporting Interests

Sporting and leisure activities are well catered for in the Berkhamsted area with the Sportspace centre under a mile*Sheldon Way providing swimming pool facilities, sports courts and a gym and fitness studio. Playing fields, recreation grounds and woodlands dotted throughout the town all provide green spaces perfect for sports, walks and socialising. The local cricket and golf clubs offer the chance to start up a new hobby and meet new people whilst enjoying the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside.

Education In The Area

A wide range of education options are available in Berkhamsted and the surrounding area. A mix of comprehensive andindependent institutions from nurseries and primary schools to secondary schools and colleges make this area an ideal place for families. The little ones can attend one of the many Outstanding primary schools such as Westfield Primary and Nursery and St Thomas More Catholic Primary. The local secondary school, Ashlyns, caters for older children as well as providing a sixth form. Berkhamsted School is an independent day and boarding school offering both single sex (from age 11-16) and co-educational teaching for boys and girls aged 3-18.

Transport Links

Berkhamsted is located on the far west edge of Hertfordshire, with excellent links into London with the M25 just 7.4miles away and links towards Birmingham and Bristol along the M1, M40 and M4. Commuters will benefit from excellent rail services to the heart of London, with regular services direct to London Euston in just 31 minutes.

Agents Information For Buyers

Should you wish to make an offer for this property we will require the following information before we enter negotiations:1. Completed Confirmation of Offer Form. (attached).2. We will require documentary evidence to support your methods of funding e.g. Bank statements, accountant/solicitor letter, mortgage agreement in principle.3. Copies of your Passport as photo identification.4. Copy of a recent utility bill/photo card driving License as proof of address.Unfortunately we will not be able to progress any proposed purchase until we are in receipt of this information.

You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.

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173 High Street,

Berkhamsted,

Hertfordshire

HP4 3HB

Telephone: See phone number 01442 879996

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Telephone: See phone number 01442 879996

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