Set in a tranquil country lane overlooking Kings Langley Common a rarely available and spacious 3 double bedroom detached family house located in a sought after situation truly should not be missed. Neutrally decorated this well presented home boasts a great size family kitchen with a gas aga and granite work tops and three receptions perfect for entertaining, whilst the landscaped gardens offer a high degree of privacy and perfect for alfresco dining and further scope to extend (subject to planing permission). Conveniently located for sought after schooling, Kings Langley high street, local shops, amenities and main line station.
The accommodation starts with a welcoming entrance hall, cloakroom/WC, lounge with feature fireplace with double doors into the dining room leading to a luxuriously bespoke fitted kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances, family room /bedroom 4. Upstairs there is great size master bedroom suite with dressing area and an ensuite shower room currently being replaced, two further double bedrooms and a contemporary family bathroom.
Outside the block paved driveway provides parking for 3 cars with attractive landscaped front and rear gardens with patio areas.
Kings Langley VillageKings Langley is a friendly village with a population of around 5000 nestled in the Hertfordshire countryside, yet only 22 miles from central London, which is easily accessible from the village train station in 25 minutes. A regular bus service runs through the village connecting Watford to Aylesbury. The M25 is also on the doorstep, with Heathrow and Luton airports both being within 25 minutes drive.
The village is proud of its nurseries, primary school and secondary school. Further afield are the Watford Grammar Schools and a host of well respected independent schools including Westbrook Hay, York House and Berkhamsted School.
On Your DoorstepThe village retains a real community feel, evident along the high street by the almost exclusive presence of independent retailers; a health shop, a butchers, an art gallery, a deli, a gift shop and a coffee shop, just mention a few. On the edge of the village Wayside farm sells fresh produce and delicious jersey milk. This choice is boosted further by a monthly high street market. A doctors' surgery, dentist, optician, osteopath, pharmacy, library, post office and spar cater for practical living, locally.
Transport LinksThe property is within close proximity to a range of transport links to include the M25/M1/A41, and Kings Langley train station providing a fast and regular service to London Euston and only a 15 minute drive to underground stations on the Metropolitan line.
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E. Your most recent mortgage statement, if monies in bank accounts the most up to date balances.3. Passport photo id for all connected purchasers and a utility bill.
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