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Ensum Brown are delighted to offer for sale this rarely available three bedroom semi-detached house ideally positioned in the sought-after village of Wareside. Occupying a substantial plot which measures approximately 120' and surrounded by beautiful countryside views, this house is a blank canvass ideal for putting your own stamp on and must be viewed internally to be fully appreciated. Also being sold with the benefit of no upward chain involvement, the property has been in the same owner's hands for many years and now offers the incoming purchaser a wonderful opportunity to create their dream home with the option to extend to the side, rear and into the loft space (STPP).
Upon approaching the house it has a great deal of kerb-appeal with a secluded front garden measuring approximately 40' and with lovely views across open fields. Once inside, the entrance hall is accessed via a UPVC front door and offers original wood flooring, radiator, stairs rising up to the first floor accommodation and a door with access into the living room which is a good-sized bright and airy room comprising a feature fireplace, double glazed window to the front aspect, radiator and original wood flooring.
Moving through into the re-fitted kitchen, this room benefits from a comprehensive range of white base units complemented by laminate worktops, a stainless steel sink with drainer and chrome mixer tap plus a double glazed window to the rear aspect overlooking the lovely rear garden, space for washing machine. Recently installed wall-mounted gas central heating boiler and cupboard housing the meter and fuse board. Leading off the kitchen there's a small lobby with access to an under-stairs storage cupboard, door to the ground floor shower room and a double glazed door to the side aspect leading out to the rear garden.
The shower room is fitted with a three piece suite comprising low level flush WC, wash hand basin and an enclosed fully-tiled shower cubicle with chrome wall-mounted shower. Also featuring tiled flooring, radiator and an obscured double glazed window to the side aspect.
Going upstairs, there is a bright and spacious landing with doors leading off to the three bedrooms. Benefitting a double glazed window to the side aspect allowing a lot of natural light and with uninterrupted field views, there is also a loft hatch providing access to a part-boarded loft space; the loft is a good-size and is ideal for storage but could be converted into an additional bedroom (STPP) if so required.
The well-proportioned principal bedroom is located to the front of the property with double glazed window, built-in single wardrobe, radiator and original wood flooring. The second bedroom is also well-proportioned with a radiator and double glazed window to the rear aspect offering a nice view over the rear garden plus original wood flooring. Finally, the third bedroom is a good-size single with double glazed window to the rear aspect overlooking the rear garden.
Externally, to the rear of the house, there is a most delightful south-west facing rear garden approaching 80' in length commencing with a paved patio area with side garden looking out across open fields. Leading to a large area laid to lawn with an abundance of trees, shrubs and hedges adding to the privacy. The extreme rear of the garden offers a converted garage which is now a carport plus a hardstanding area with parking for an additional two vehicles.
Ensum Brown highly advise a viewing of this delightful house to fully appreciate, not only the property, but the fantastic location as well. Please call 01920 412200 to arrange your accompanied viewing.
LOCATION - WARESIDE
Wareside is a small village and civil parish in the East Hertfordshire district, in the county of Hertfordshire, England. The population of the civil parish in the 2011 census was 735. It is approximately 3 miles (5 km) away from the town of Ware (from where it probably took its name) and the larger town of Hertford, the county town. Nearby villages include Widford, Hunsdon, Babbs Green and Bakers End. Nearby hamlets include Cold Christmas and Helham Green. The B1004 road linking Ware to Bishop's Stortford goes through the village and the main A10 road can be joined up at Thundridge. Fanhams Hall Road links Wareside back to Ware. Ware railway station on the Hertford East Branch Line is located two and a half miles (4 km) away.
Holy Trinity Church was built in the Lombardic style in 1841 by Thomas Smith and has been a Grade II listed building since 1967.
The village has a school: Wareside Church of England Primary School; two locally well-known pubs: The Chequers Inn and The White Horse; and is renowned within the area for its legendary "Wareside Treaclemine".
Wareside is just a short 10 minute drive from the beautiful market town of Ware, Hertfordshire. Ware is one of the oldest continuously occupied sites in Europe, dating back to the Mesolithic period, around 4000BC. Today, Ware is a bustling market and riverside town with a population of around 19,000.
Ware is located off the A10, with the popular town of Hertford just 3 miles up the road. The town is one of the area's most popular and you really do have the best of both worlds, surrounded by the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside, but well connected to London. If you are a commuter or just like to have regular day trips to London you are just 20 miles away by car and with very easy access by Ware train station to London Liverpool Street (approx. 45 mins) or if you prefer from Hertford East station to Liverpool street (approx. 49 mins) or Hertford North Finsbury Park/Kings Cross (approx. 35 mins).
Unlike many towns, Ware has a bustling high street and very much has a social 'café' culture. There is a superb combination of national and local independent stores, restaurants and bars. Of course, there are also all the other amenities anyone could need in the town including a library, doctors, dentists, superstores as well as having Hanbury Manor Hotel and golf course and East Herts golf course just down the road. There are multiple parks and playing fields, Wodson Park sports and leisure centre, walks and stunning locations to sit by or be on the river Lea which runs through the town and surrounding countryside.
With regards to education, you are in one of the best places in the country. You have the prestigious Presdales secondary and sixth form school for girls and Chauncy secondary and sixth form. Of course there are also multiple nursery's and well regarded primary schools.