Amwell House dating back to 1750, this handsome building sits almost adjacent to the Ware Station Built by the Quaker poet, John Scott and his father was also lived in by Arthur Tite form 1876 (maker of the Gilpin window), one of the most historic buildings in Ware. Has now been exquisitely and masterfully redesigned into Nine stunning apartments by Whitehart Developments.
This fantastic two bedroom apartment is set on the ground floor of Amwell House and spans over 1095 sq ft. On entry you will begin to appreciate the attention to detail as well as the perfect mix of modern finishes and original features from Farrow & Ball paints to stunning fireplaces. The apartment comprises of; entrance hall, an open plan living area with bespoke integrated kitchen and marble work surfaces, two double bedroom and a luxury bathroom.
AREAINFORMATION Ware town is one of the most vibrant and picturesque of towns in East Hertfordshire with direct rain links into central London approximately 45 minutes journey (routes into Liverpool Street and Tottenham Hale), The River Lea runs north from Leamouth at the River Thames and flows along the Lea Valley all the way through to Ware and beyond. There are several pubs and restaurants overlooking the river giving a sense of peace and tranquillity. There is an abundance of independent shops In addition to recognised chains can be found throughout the town centre. Ware is also the home to Presdales School, Chauncey and Ware College which is why this town is so popular with families as well as young professionals.
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