STAMP DUTY EXEMPT
As of 8th July 2020 stamp duty threshold has been raised from £125,000 to £500,000. Whether you are a first time buyer or a home mover you now pay ZERO stamp duty on any property purchase up to £500,000. The end date for this exemption is 31st March 2021.
VIEWINGS - COVID-19
Viewings on properties are now allowed to commence. As an agent we take the responsibility of the health of our clients and viewers extremely seriously. Therefore we have measures in place to conduct this in a safe and sensible manner. We will ask our home owners to be out or in the garden. We will ask for no contact on arrival, but we will greet you with our usual smile as we put on our face masks. We will provide you with a face mask also, along with protective gloves. We will keep a safe distance but be there to answer any questions you may have. If you have had any symptoms of the Coronavirus, we ask you to wait 14 days before joining us on a viewing. We look forward to meeting you!
Ensum Brown are delighted to offer this deceptively spacious three bedroom property superbly positioned in the heart of Chells Manor tucked away down a private lane. This delightful home benefits from allocated parking for two cars at the front of the property plus a single garage to the rear with additional parking space. Properties of this quality in this peaceful location are rarely available, this is a wonderful opportunity not to be missed.
Offering generous and well-presented accommodation throughout with a ground floor comprising of an entrance porch with cloakroom, door leading through to a re-fitted kitchen and then on to a lovely characterful lounge/diner with under stairs storage cupboard and open-plan staircase. The lounge/diner is spacious and provides a homely feel throughout with feature beams to the ceiling and a wonderful exposed brick feature wall with inset log burner, patio doors lead out to the well-maintained rear garden which in turn provides access to the garage and additional parking to the rear of the property.
The first floor has a similar theme with it being spacious and well-presented. The landing has a built in airing cupboard, gives access to the loft space and with doors off leading to three bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom is of a generous size and has wonderful views over woodland to the rear aspect. Bedrooms two and three are also of a good-size and the family bathroom comprises of a three piece suite plus Chrome wall mounted heated towel rail.
Externally, the South-East facing rear garden commences with a paved area with steps leading down to an area laid to lawn. There is a gate at the foot of the garden which leads to the single garage and additional parking space. As previously mentioned, to the front of the property there is a hardstanding area providing parking for two vehicles.
Ensum Brown highly advise a viewing of this property to fully appreciate, not only the property, but the excellent location too. Call today to arrange your accompanied viewing.
Entrance Porch: 1.36m x 1.03m
Cloakroom: 1.79m x 0.96m
Kitchen: 3.11m x 2.15m
Lounge/Diner: 7.19m x 4.29m
Landing: 2.82m x 2.11m
Master Bedroom: 4.29m x 3.36m
Bedroom Two: 3.11m x 2.15m
Bedroom Three: 3.11m x 2.04m
Family Bathroom: 2.15m x 1.73m
LOCATION - STEVENAGE
Stevenage is a town and borough in Hertfordshire, 28 miles north of London and lies on the A1(M) that links the North and South of England. Stevenage closest towns are Letchworth Garden City, Hitchin and Welwyn Garden City. There are two distinct areas to Stevenage, the 'Old Town' and the 'New Town', both with high street shops with a combination of independent stores and national brands. Stevenage was designated the first 'New Town' under the UK's New Town Act in 1946 and the new town is currently undergoing a revamp with government investment. As well as it's excellent road links the town is particularly popular with commuters, due to its mainline railway station with direct links to both London Kings Cross and London Liverpool street, which can be as quick as 20 minutes.
As well as it's high streets, Stevenage also a two main retail parks with superstores, restaurants and entertainment, that includes a cinema, bowling alley and even an indoor multi crazy golf course. Also very popular is the Gordon Craig theatre and the town's football club that is currently in national league division two. As well as it's shoes and entertainment there are all the amenities you could possibly need in the town, dentists, libraries, doctors and a national A&E hospital.
In terms of education, there are many schools, many of which were built in the 1950s/60s due to an influx of Londoners. The town has around 23 primary school and some go to the surrounding villages of Aston, Benington, Walkern, Datchworth for their schooling. Stevenage also has a number of secondary schools and the central campus for North Hertfordshire College.
Stevenage is still a developing town in terms of population and it's housing continues to grow with many new homes under construction or in planning for development, there are a range of both affordable and high value homes. If you haven't visited Stevenage before then pay it a visit today, this could be where you create your new family roots.
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