Property ID : 9558
For Sale £1,225,000.00 - Bungalows
OF PARTICULAR INTEREST TO BUILDERS AND PROJECT SEEKERS
Proudly sitting in well maintained grounds in excess of three quarters of an acre. Planning permission has been granted to further enlarge the existing property from 1857sq ft to 2737sqft to create a six/seven bedroom family home, in addition to this there is also planning to build a double garage.
Halstead Bungalow has been the subject of many changes since it was originally built in the 1960’s as the farm workers residence for what was then the Halstead Nursery. Additions have been made to either side of the original dwelling to provide spacious and immaculately presented accommodation.
Enjoying an ideal location in a semi-rural position, with views over meadows and woodland, the property is still within easy reach of amenities in Goffs Oak which provides a good selection of shops for day to day requirements whilst the ever popular Brookfield Shopping complex is just a few minutes drive. The commuter is well catered for with a choice of British Rail networks in Cuffley and Cheshunt. Excellent road links with the A10, M25 and M11 easily accessible. Within the surrounding area there are a choice of highly regarded schools.
For those purchasers seeking a family home occupying a generous plot, with enormous potential to extend in a stunning village environment, an early viewing is strongly advised.
SUMMARY OF ACCOMMODATION
*SPACIOUS RECEPTION HALL*
*DUAL ASPECT DINING ROOM*
*SITTING ROOM WITH LOG BURNER*
*QUALITY FITTED KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM*
*LAUNDRY ROOM* *GOOD SIZE STUDY*
*MASTER BEDROOM WITH EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM*
*THREE FURTHER DOUBLE BEDROOMS* *FIRST FLOOR SNUG*
*SPACIOUS FAMILY BATHROOM*
*DOUBLE GLAZED UPVC WINDOWS*
*FRENCH OAK TIMBER FLOORING*
*GAS CENTRAL HEATING*
*CARRIAGE DRIVEWAY WITH PARKING FOR AMPLE VEHICLES*
*LAWNED GARDENS IN EXCESS OF THREE QUARTERS OF AN ACRE*
*SWIMMING POOL* *TIMBER WORKSHOP*
*DETACHED GAMES ROOM OR IDEAL OFFICE FOR THOSE PEOPLE WORKING FROM HOME*
*PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED TO BUILD A DOUBLE GARAGE AND TO FURTHER ENLARGE THE EXISTING PROPERTY*
Flag stone steps rise to a decorative part glazed entrance door with courtesy lights either side and affords access to:
LARGE L SHAPED RECEPTION HALL 24’8 x 11’9 (max) Turning staircase leading to the first floor with timber handrail and ornate balustrade, deep under stairs storage cupboard. Further cupboard housing meters with display shelving above. Access via a retractable ladder to the boarded and insulated loft with light and power connected. Retained features from the original building including brickwork and beams. Oak flooring to the main reception hall and three radiators. Double part glazed doors leading to the sitting room and dining room, further doors to bedrooms, bathroom and study. Further door leading to:
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 21’6 x 10’4 Views over the rear garden, woodland and meadow beyond. Windows either side of a glazed door leading to the rear garden. Partly tiled in decorative ceramics with mosaic feature. Designed and fitted with a range of Howden wall and base units with further matching dresser, contemporary chrome coloured roller shutters concealing glass storage shelving. Further ample illuminated granite effect working surfaces over incorporating a Franke single drainer sink unit with additional waste disposal and mixer tap. Siemens halogen hob with illuminated glass and stainless-steel extractor hood above, wide back lit drawers below. Built in double electric oven. Cupboard housing the Worcester gas central heating boiler with central heating controls and with additional storage above. Built in wine cooler. Beamed ceiling with recess lighting. Oak flooring and skirting lights. Radiator and television point.
LAUNDRY ROOM 5’6 x 4’8 Window to rear. Partly tiled and fitted with wall and base units. Oak work top single drainer stainless steel sink unit. Plumbing for washing machine and space for fridge freezer recess lighting and oak flooring.
DUAL ASPECT DINING ROOM 13’5 x 10’9 Bay window to front and window to side. Feature frosted glass panels to one wall. Oak flooring. Two radiators. Television point.
SITTING ROOM 19’3 x 12’9 French doors with glazed side lights lead to the garden. Feature soft red brick fireplace with fitted wood burner, timber cross beam tiled and brick hearth. Two radiators. Coved ceiling oak flooring and television point.
STUDY 9’2 x 6’5 Bay window with front aspect and internal leaded light window to entrance hall. Radiator and media connections.
MASTER BEDROOM 13’7 x 11’4 (max) Dual aspect with views to the side and rear gardens. Fitted with mirror fronted wardrobes. Radiator and television point. Folding door to:
EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM 7′ x 4′ Obscure window to rear. Tiled shower cubical with sliding doors and fitted with electric Mira shower unit. Low flush w.c. and vanity unit with inset sink and mixer tap cupboards below extractor fan.
BEDROOM TWO 11’4 x 10’7 (to wardrobes) Bay window to front. Fitted wardrobes to one wall. Radiator.
BEDROOM THREE 10’5 x 10′ Window to side. Fitted wardrobes with sliding wooden doors and central full-length mirror. Radiator, dimmer lighting.
FAMILY BATHROOM 7’9 x 7’6 Obscure window to front. Tiled in decorative ceramics to compliment suite comprising panelled enamelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment. Low flush w.c. Vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, monobloc tap, cupboards below, illuminated mirror and shelving. Radiator.
These rooms offer great flexibility for a variety of uses. Both rooms have vaulted ceilings –
Feature glass brick wall allowing light to flood through to the stairwell. Large walk-in eaves storage cupboard with light connected.
SNUG 14’7 x 7’3 Velux window, beams, recess lighting, wood effect flooring. Folding door to:
BEDROOM FOUR 11’5 x 11′ (restricted head room) Window overlooking the rear garden. Dimmer light control. Telephone point.
EXTERIOR GROUNDS IN EXCESS OF THREE QUARTERS OF AN ACRE
The property is approached via double wooden gates either side of a sweeping shingle carriage driveway. There is ample vehicle parking. Further decorative wrought iron gates lead to the rear garden. Dispersed throughout the wrap around gardens are several palm trees, pampas grasses, bull rushes, flowering and evergreen shrubs and of particular interest are the mature conifer trees. Traditional post and rail fencing together with panelled fencing demark the boundaries. There are well stocked raised borders. A wide pathway leads to the swimming pool with adjacent storage shed housing the connections for the heating and filtration system. The path continues towards the:
GAMES/ENTERTAINING ROOM 24′ x 18’7 This room could be used for a variety of uses and would also be ideal as a work from home office. Folding uPVC doors and windows to every aspect. Vaulted ceiling, power, light and television point connections.
LARGE TIMBER WORKSHOP 19 x 13’10 Windows to all aspects. Double timber doors, light and power connected.
Klargester tank and external power and water supplies.
Directly behind the property there is a wide sun terrace offering a delightful spot from where to sit and enjoy the grounds. At night the garden and property are enhanced by the external lighting.
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VIEWING: By appointment with Owners Sole Agents –
please contact: JEAN HENNIGHAN PROPERTIES – telephone
Important Note One: To conform with the new E.C. Money Laundering Directive, purchasers are now required to provide photographic identification in the form of a passport or drivers license together with a copy of a recent utility bill. We would recommend that perspective purchasers have these documents available to save any delay, when a sale is agreed.
Important Note Two: These sales particulars have been prepared by Jean Hennighan Properties upon the instructions of the vendor(s) and do not constitute any part of a contract. Services, fittings and equipment referred to within have not been tested (unless otherwise stated) and no warranties can be given. All measurements are approximate and are for descriptive purposes only. Accordingly, the prospective purchaser(s) must make their own enquiries regarding such matters. Det9558