Letting Agents & Estate Agent in Letchworth

Bygrave Road, Baldock, SG7

Property Reference: BRB


Key Features

  • text hereBedrooms x 4
  • text hereBathroom x 1
  • text hereGarden

Isabelle Estates offer for sale this charming three/four bedroom semi-detached house retaining many original features including wooden floors and open fireplaces. Being well placed for the train station and town, this period property is a must view!

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Isabelle Estates offers for sale this 1900s three/four bedroom semi-detached house, retaining many original features including wooden floors and open fireplaces. Being well placed for the train station and town centre this period property is a must view to fully appreciate all it has to offer!

This charming house enjoys a separate kitchen, lounge diner, three double bedrooms and additional loft bedroom with cloakroom, as well as a family bathroom.

The front garden enhances the country cottage style of the house and gives scope for off-road parking, as the neighbours have done, and the rear garden is approximately 100ft. Situated on a sought after road, literally within strolling distance of the train station with frequent service to Cambridge and London Kings Cross. It is also within walking distance of the wide Georgian High Street, offering pubs, shops, coffee houses, restaurants and highly acclaimed schools. 

This sensational character home offers many delightful period features throughout starting with an original covered storm porch leading from the hallway into a quaint sitting and dining room retaining the charm and character of the period and an attractive double glazed box bay window to front aspect with wooden shutters. The focal point is a lovely fireplace with an inset multi-fuel burning stove. 

The kitchen/utility room has been beautifully refitted with a range of high quality wall and base units of cupboards and drawers including a one and a half bowl sink and drainer unit with mixer tap, Neff five burner gas hob and cooker hood over, Neff electric oven, a dedicated space for microwave oven, under counter lighting and space for a full size dishwasher.
The utility area provides plumbing for an automatic washing machine and condensing dryer. The combined room benefits from a tiled floor and original door leading to the rear garden and a double glazed window to rear aspect.

The ground floor bathroom and inner hallway has been treated to a new tiled floor both boasting under floor heating. Double glazed window to rear aspect and a white suite comprising panel enclosed enamel bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, shaving point and a light.

Upstairs the first floor provides a spacious master double bedroom complete with fitted wardrobes, double glazed window to front aspect and a connecting door leading to the converted loft space.

There are two good-sized bedrooms to the rear each with aspects over the garden. A double bedroom with linen cupboard housing the combination boiler and a generous single bedroom currently used as a study.

On the second floor the loft space has been converted to create a comfortable bedroom. There are two double glazed windows to the rear aspect as well as eaves storage cupboards to increase the versatility of this room. A separate cloakroom with hand basin and low level flush WC and an extraction fan.

The front garden is set behind a white picket fence and gate where a pathway leads to a door at the side; the garden is mainly laid to lawn with some attractive planting and a small bush. There is scope, as the neighbour has done to create a private driveway in this area.

The lovely cottage style enclosed rear garden is approximately 100ft in length featuring a block paved patio, mostly laid to lawn with a variety of mature shrubs, trees and bushes. There are two storage sheds, a greenhouse, outside light and external tap.

Overall, this is a wonderful character home brimming with original features and benefiting hugely from its convenient position for easy access to the train station and all the amenities that Baldock has to offer!

For more information or to arrange a viewing, contact Isabelle Estates to view today!

Energy Efficiency Rating: Band E (49).

Please note: A detailed floor plan will be added to these details shortly.

Sitting & Dining Room - 17' 5" x 13' 2" (5.31m x 4.01m) 
Kitchen - 10' x 7' 2" (3.05m x 2.18m)
Master Bedroom - 11' 8" x 10' (3.56m x 3.05m)
Bedroom Two - 12' 1" x 7' 7" (3.68m x 2.31m) 
Bedroom Three - 9' 1" x 7' 9" (2.77m x 2.36m) 
Loft Room/Bedroom Four - 12' 3" x 7' (3.73m x 2.13m)

Agents Note: 
These particulars are set out for guidance only and do not constitute or form part of an Offer or Contract. Any services, equipment, fitting or central heating systems have not been tested and no guarantee is given or implied that these are in working order. Purchasers are advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor. Fixtures, fittings or other items are not included unless specifically described. All measurements, distances and areas are approximate and a general outline only. Although the information contained within these details is believed to be correct, it cannot be relied upon. Prospective buyers are advised to check for any particular purpose.

Baldock is a historic market town in the district of North Hertfordshire where the River Ivel rises. It lies 33 miles (53 km) north of London, 15 miles (24 km) southwest of Bedford, and 14 miles (23 km) north northwest of the county town of Hertford. Nearby towns include Letchworth and Hitchin to the southwest and Stevenage to the south. Baldock was founded by the Knights Templar (also the name of the town's secondary school) in the 1140s. Since 1850 the town has a railway station which today operates on the line between London Kings Cross and Cambridge. With frequent services to London, including fast services of around 30 minutes, the town is home to many commuters.