THE MALTINGS MILL STREET, NORTH HERTFORDSHIRE SG7 5LU, UK
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Last Sold: AUG 2001
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Agents think: £950,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
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Hunters - Stanstead Abbotts Agent Valuation of this property is £950,000
***chain free***Multi Award Winning Architectural Home*** This impressive building was originally part of the larger brewery and one of three Maltings in the village. One of just two buildings that remain today, the Maltings still holds many of its original character features with versatile contemporary accommodation and lovely countryside views from most rooms . This popular historic village benefits from a primary school, locals shops to include butchers, bakers, deli, chemist, dentist, small supermarket and three popular public houses. The village also has its own commuter bus to station mile and half away with links to Cambridge and London (fast train 32 mins).
Part glazed wooden entrance door. 3 pairs of double glazed doors to rear garden. Terracotta tiled floor. Maple glazed doors to Library/Cinema Room.
White suite comprising WC and wall mounted basin with tiled splash areas. Double glazed window to rear. Wall light. Extractor fan. Terracotta tiled floor.
3.10m (10' 2") x 2.67m (8' 9")
Work surface with single drainer stainless steel sink unit. Plumbing for washing machine. Wall cupboard and shelving.
4.88m (16' 0")x 2.92m (9' 7")
Built-in bespoke shelving/display units with spotlights and space for TV. Stairs to first floor with cupboard below housing electric meter and security alarm controls.
Double glazed window to rear. Dog leg stairs to second floor with cupboard below. Book shelves central feature metal support. Inset spotlights. Doors to Study and Kitchen Diner.
3.00m (9' 10") x 2.06m (6' 9")
Double glazed window to front. Wood laminate floor. Brand New Worchester Bosch boiler with 12 year guarantee and supported by Hive thermostat system providing programmable zoned heating throughout the house.
Kitchen dining room
6.45m (21' 2") x 5.26m (17' 3")
An impressive triple aspect room with window overlooking the countryside and village. Bespoke maple kitchen units by local craftsman Robert King, comprising a comprehensive range of base and eye level units with maple trimmed contrasting work surfaces. Stainless steel single drainer one and a half bowl sink unit with chrome mixer tap. Plate rack and bespoke shelving. Integrated dishwasher. Smeg oven. Inset spotlights. Maple flooring. Areas of exposed brickwork.
7.47m (24' 6") x 6.48m (21' 3")
The whole floor is one impressive triple aspect room with lovely views on all sides. 2 are overlooking farmland and one overlooks the village and Church. Double doors leading to an external balcony and a spiral staircase descending to the riverside garden. Feature wood burning stove to the corner of this room with glass hearth. Central metal support. Oak floorboards. Contemporary vertical radiators. Stairs to third floor.
Doors to 3 bedrooms and bathroom. Airing cupboard housing lagged hot water tank.
4.27m (14' 0")x 3.02m (9' 11")
+ recess 4' 6" x 2' 10" (1.37m x 0.86m)
Double glazed window to front. Exposed floorboards. Spotlights.
3.35m (11' 0")x 3.33m (10' 11")
Double glazed window to rear. Exposed floorboards.
3.05m (10' 0")x 3.02m (9' 11")
Double glazed window to front. Exposed floorboards.
White contemporary suite comprising panelled bath with shower screen and mixer tap. Rectangular inset basin with built-in cupboard below and WC with concealed cistern. Heated towel rail. Double glazed window to rear. Shaver point. Extensive ceramic tiling.
5.56m (18' 3") x 4.70m (15' 5")
4 double glazed dormer windows, 2 in either direction. Exposed original beams. Oak floor. Built-in bespoke low level wardrobes in oak. Curtained opening to:
White suite comprising panelled Jacuzzi bath, pedestal basin and WC. Chrome heated towel rail. Double glazed windows to front and rear. Oak floor. Built-in oak drawers.
Laid to lawn with borders enclosed by brick wall and fencing.
Side & rear gardens
One of the gardens backs onto the river Rhee, (part of which falls within the boundary) fed by Ashwell Springs a short distance away, and the other backs onto rolling meadows where the annual Ashwell Show and Horse Show are hosted. The freehold also includes all of the grass area between wall and road. Other attractive features include terraced areas for seating and barbeques, a chicken coop and apple tree.
3.20m (10' 6") x 2.41m (7' 11")
(Formerly a garage with now partly converted into Utility Room)
With up and over garage door.
Off road parking for 3 cars at the front of the property.