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Bengeo Street, Hertford, SG14

Ensum Brown are delighted to present this beautifully renovated & deceptively spacious 2/3 bedroom cottage that is located in the heart of Bengeo Village. This stylish property comprises of 2 reception rooms, downstairs bathroom, kitchen, 2 double bedrooms, an office, first floor WC & rear garden.
2 Bedrooms
2 Receptions
1 Bathrooms
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Ensum Brown are delighted to present this beautifully renovated and deceptively spacious two/three bedroom Victorian cottage that is located in the heart of Bengeo village.

As you enter the property you will step into the front porch, which is an ideal space for coat and shoe storage. Continuing through you will step into the first reception room. This room has been tastefully done, with a navy and brick feature wall surrounding the cozy log burner and neutral furniture adorning the room. Oak laminate flooring has been laid throughout the ground floor level, creating a sleek and modern look.

As you continue through the house you will step into the kitchen which is a fantastic sized room and has been beautifully done with white worktops and light grey units, creating a bright and airy feel. The island in the centre of the kitchen homes an integrated fridge, freezer and wine fridge, whilst opposite is a large butler sink with a chrome tap, an integrated dishwasher and a second fridge. This kitchen has plentiful cupboards and drawers so you won’t run out of space. On the right hand side of the kitchen is a wood banister with glass paneling leading upstairs. This was designed by a local carpenter in order to create an open feel, whilst also being practical. There is also a small storage cupboard under the stairs.

In the hallway leading toward the bathroom, there is a large storage cupboard where the new boiler is located. This also provides extra storage space. Heading into the bathroom, this has been designed in keeping with the rest of the house, with white and grey tones and oak laminate flooring. The sleek white rectangular tiles have recently been added. This bathroom comprises of a bath tub with a chrome waterfall shower head, a sink with a storage cabinet and a WC.

As you come out of the bathroom and turn right you will find the second reception room. This is a beautiful light and spacious room which would make the perfect dining room. With a sky light, a wall of windows on the left and patio doors leading into the east facing garden, this room has an abundance of light.

Heading upstairs, the owners have made a number of improvements to this level. A stud wall has been added by the stairs to form a hallway and a WC has also been added. All three bedrooms have been carpeted and painted with cream and beige tones. The master bedroom has a beautiful sash window which creates a lot of light, and also has fitted wardrobes. The second bedroom is also a double and has a large window overlooking the rear garden. There is plenty of space for wardrobes or chest of drawers in this room. On this floor there is a third room which would be perfect for an office or nursery. There is also loft storage space.

Moving outside, there is a large east facing lawned rear garden. As you immediately step out into the garden there is a recently tiled patio area which is perfect for al fresco dining, especially given how private this space is. There are also two storage sheds, one is currently used for log storage and the other, which is at the end of the garden and has electricity, is used for utilities. An added bonus is that there is also easily accessible side access.

With regards to parking, there is ample on street parking just outside the property and further along the road.

Since purchasing the property, the current owners have added a wealth of value to the property, not only through cosmetic adjustments but also through behind the scenes work. A new boiler was fitted around 2.5 years ago and the whole property was re-wired and re-plumbed. All windows are also double glazed.

This is definitely not a property that you want to miss out on!

Bengeo is on a rise between the River Beane and River Rib overlooking Hartham Common. Its toponym is derived from an Old English name meaning spur or ridge over the River Beane. The Domesday Book of 1086 records it as Belingehou. It evolved through forms including Beneggho and Beningho in the 13th century, Bengeho in the 15th century and Benjow in the 16th century before reaching its current form.

Bengeo has various local amenities including a post office, local shops, several public houses, including The Greyhound and The White Lion, two veterinary practices, a number of sports teams and churches. There are two State primary schools, Mill Mead Primary School in Port Vale in Lower Bengeo close to Hertford and, at the opposite end of Bengeo on the north end of The Avenue, Bengeo Primary School; on the east side is Duncombe School, an independent preparatory school.

Transport is also easily accessible as Hertford East Station is roughly 1.4 miles away and Hertford North Station is roughly 1.3 miles. The A10 is also a short drive away.

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