Stocks Road, Aldbury
|Converted barn, characterful charm in a picturesque setting|
Summary of tenant fees
The asking rent does not include letting fees or utilities (ie. gas, electric, water, council tax, TV licence, telephone or internet charges).
SUMMARY OF TENANT FEES
Depending upon your circumstances and the property you select, the following fees may apply. All fees are inclusive of VAT:
Tenancy application administration fee - £165.00 per person
Guarantor application administration fee - £165.00 per person
Company application administration fee - £360.00 per company
Check-in fee - Varies, £96.00 to £198.00 per tenancy
Deposit registration fee - £24.00 per tenancy
Tenancy extension/renewal fee - £72.00 per fixed period extension
Change of any individual tenant (mid tenancy) - £300.00 per person
Late payment penalty fee - £18.00 per late payment
Early termination fee (solely at the Landlord`s discretion and subject to certain conditions) - Equal to 1 month`s rent
METHODS OF PAYMENT
We are able to accept payments by cheque or online banking, however payments by cheque will require at least eight clearing days to show as cleared funds in our account. We recommend payments are made using online banking. Please note that rent and deposit payments cannot be made by cash.
Fees may be charged on a per property or per tenancy basis. Please contact us to discuss our fees for this property in more detail.
|Tenure:||To Let (Unfurnished)|
CHARACTERFUL, GRADE II LISTED CONVERTED BARN * SET AT THE FOOT OF ASHRIDGE WOODS IN A SOUGHT AFTER VILLAGE LOCATION * ACCOMMODATION ARRANGED OVER THREE FLOORS * TWO RECEPTION ROOMS * KITCHEN * CLOAKROOM * MASTER WITH EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM * THREE FURTHER BEDROOMS * FAMILY BATHROOM * REAR GARDEN * TWO PARKING SPACES * SINGLE GARAGE * TO INCLUDE GARDENER
** UNFURNISHED **
Set at the foot of the beautiful National Trust Ashridge Estate, in the picturesque, ‘quintessential English village` of Aldbury, this stunning Grade II listed converted barn, exudes quality and style.
This exceptional home has been skilfully converted, retaining both character and charm with its wide board solid oak flooring throughout the ground floor, latch and stable doors, with the combination of exposed brick works, oak walls and ceiling beams.
The accommodation offers flexibility and versatility. On the ground floor, just off from the hallway, there is a cloakroom, fourth bedroom, a rear hallway/study room with a large under stairs cupboard for storage, and a family/sitting room. The custom made kitchen has shaker style units, painted in pastel grey, and with granite work tops, a Range Master cooker, and integrated appliances. The kitchen benefits from a dual aspect, with views either overlooking the courtyard or the garden to the front.
To the first floor, solid oak, part carpeted stairs lead you to the most beautiful main sitting room with its stunning, double height vaulted ceiling. Again, a dual aspect creates a light and airy ambiance, with views of Ashridge woods and the garden. For the more chilly months, there is also a stunning fireplace with a wood burning stove.
Off from the sitting room is a spacious hallway leading to two bedrooms and a stylish family bathroom. From the sitting room, a solid oak staircase, with glass panels, leads to a galleried landing where you will find the beautiful master bedroom, with its vaulted ceiling and en suite shower room, decorated in soft, muted grey.
Outside, the pretty rear garden is mainly laid to lawn, with mature borders. The flag stone patio lends itself perfectly to summer entertaining, all privately enclosed with Beech hedging. To the front, over a cobbled driveway, are two car parking spaces. Last but not least, the property also benefits from a larger than average single garage with a floor for storage above.
Aldbury is a quintessential English village in between the quaint Hertfordshire market town of Tring and the increasingly metropolitan town of Berkhamsted. It is often used as a TV and film location because of its `chocolate box` appeal, with a duck pond, village shop, Church and two pub/restaurants located in or near the village centre. It boasts an excellent Church of England Primary School, which feeds into the highly regarded Tring Secondary School or, for those seeking private educational facilities, there is a plethora of choice, including the renowned Tring Park School for the Performing Arts, and Berkhamsted School.
The vibrant and thriving village community is another reason this village is so popular and residents seldom leave, instead upsizing or downsizing within. Nestling at the foot of the beautiful National Trust Ashridge Estate, the area is also a haven for golfers, horse riders and walkers.
And all only about 40 minutes away from London by train, with Tring station just over a mile away. The A41, M1 and M25 are all close by too. For shoppers, Berkhamsted offers an array of independent shops, or Milton Keynes, Watford and St Albans are slightly further afield.
- Charming, characterful barn conversion, beautifully presented, at the foot of Ashridge woods
- Versatile living accommodation
- Beautiful sitting room with a vaulted ceiling
- Kitchen to include integrated dishwasher, washer/dryer, fridge/freezer
- Range Master cooker with double electric oven
- Four bedrooms, one downstairs. Master with en suite shower room, built in cupboards and storage
- Bathrooms with heated towel rails and underfloor heating
- Parking for two cars
- Single garage with storage