Period home in a prime position.
This handsome, double-fronted period townhouse enjoys a prime, central position, right in the heart of the Conservation Area and only moments from everything people love about Berkhamsted - the shops, restaurants, pubs, bars, schools and, of course, the station.
Greatly improved by the present owners, the property offers excellent primary accommodation arranged over three floors, together with a cellar room at basement level.
Very well presented, this light-filled home is enhanced by the lovely features including period shutters and panels that dress the sash windows, and beautiful oak flooring to the sitting room.
At ground floor level, there is an open-plan sitting room and playroom with wood burning stove, plus a separate family room.
To the rear of the house, there is a sizeable kitchen/dining room with underfloor heating which spans the full width of the property and is fitted with contemporary units and a central island. The dining area drinks in every aspect of natural light through its large atrium roof and bifold doors. A cloakroom completes the ground floor.
A useful cellar room can be found at basement level, which offers scope for use as additional accommodation if required.
Upstairs, in total there are four double bedrooms. Three are located on the first floor, including the main bedroom which features its own en suite bathroom, while a stylish shower room serves the remaining bedrooms.
Up again to the top floor, the fourth bedroom enjoys rooftop views and also benefits from its own en suite.
Externally, there is a private, enclosed courtyard with low maintenance patio and Astroturf.