Mandeville Rise, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire

£825,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
The Property:

A traditional West Side detached home with spacious receptions, double sized bedrooms and a south easterly aspected rear garden, in one of the town's premier roads.

Description:

This delightful detached residence, situated in one of Welwyn Garden City's sought after locations, has been significantly improved by the current owners. This splendid home features a spacious living room with double doors opening onto a southerly aspected rear garden and the main receptions benefit from original style fireplaces and picture rails. The kitchen has been refurbished to high standard and offers side access to the rear garden. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms and a bathroom. Internally the property has been re-wired, has new lighting, anew kitchen and bathroom installed in 2011 and a new boiler was installed in 2011, providing radiator heating and domestic hot water, along with double glazing throughout. Externally, the well established rear garden is of a good size with a newly built patio. There is back access to the garage and gated access leading to the front. The front garden is laid mainly to lawn with new pathways and a driveway to the side leading to the garage.

Council Tax: Band F (£2,163.46 Apr 15/Mar 16) Leasehold: 999 yrs. from 24/6/1935 Ground Rent: £12.50 pa.

Location:

Mandeville Rise is one of the most sought after roads in the town. Sherrards Wood is literally two minutes' walk from Templewood School. The town centre and its extensive amenities are also within easy walking distance and features John Lewis department store, Howard Shopping Centre and a BR mainline rail station (London Kings Cross 25 minutes).

Please note these draft particulars are awaiting our client's approval and may be subject to amendment.

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