High Street Broxbourne Hertfordshire
We are pleased to offer this beautiful unique hidden gem, this Grade 11 Listed building in the heart of Broxbourne formally known as Hawkenbury House. The stunning property has some amazing features, there is a fine mix of old and new blending to create a luxurious contemporary property, features such as exposed beams and exposed brick walls, open fires places and is set around a magnificent period oak staircase, there is a luxury bespoke kitchen, three double bedrooms, lounge and office a offering exceptional accommodation of over 1,600 sq.ft. The property has been sympathetically and tastefully renovated over recent years, There is allocated parking to the rear of the building, the property is within a short walk to Broxbourne mainline station (London's Liverpool Street via Tottenham Hale) and the River Lea and close to local amenities and bus services,
THE ACCOMMODATION COMPRISES:
COMMUNAL ENTRANCE HALL:
ENTRANCE HALL: 22'03" x 6' 05" max ( 6.78m x 1.96m max )
Two large storage cupboards, centre light, original floor boards flooring.
LOVELY PERIOD OAK STAIRS LEADING TO FIRST FLOOR:
KITCHEN: 16'05'' X 12'02'' (5.02 x 3.71m)
This stunning kitchen with vaulted ceiling and feature exposed brick wall that blends so well with the bespoke kitchen that has a extensive range of wall and base units, stone composite worktops incorporating under mounted sink, under pelmet lighting. Glass splash backs, Neff Integrated gas hob, with extractor hood over, double oven, fridge and freezer and dish washer, washing machine, spot lights, feature radiator, power and TV point Sash windows to rear aspect, original floor boards flooring.
DINING ROOM / THIRD BEDROOM: 16'05'' X 12'02'' (5.02 x 3.71m)
Two large sash windows to the front and rear aspect, lovely open fire place, feature radiator, coving to ceiling, carpet flooring.
LOVELY PERIOD OAK STAIRS LEADING TO SECOND FLOOR:
SECOND FLOOR LANDING
Window to side aspect, three light fittings, exposed oak beams, original floor boards flooring.
LIVING ROOM: 16'07'' X 12'08'' (5.06m x 3.86m)
Three large sash windows to side and front aspect of the room, beautiful feature open fire place, two ceiling lights, beautiful coving to ceiling, power and TV point, storage cupboard, original floor boards flooring.
Window to side aspect wash basin and low level flush W.C. extractor fan, spot lights, cupboard housing gas boiler, tiled flooring.
LOVELY PERIOD OAK STAIRS LEADING TO THIRD FLOOR:
THIRD FLOOR LANDING
Window to side aspect, light fitting, exposed oak beams, and exposed brick work, original floor boards flooring.
MASTER BEDROOM: 13'07'' X 9'06'' (4.15m x 2.91m)
Sash windows to front aspect, with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, fitted wardrobes, centre light fitting, TV point, feature radiator, carpet flooring.
With exposed beams, fully tiled walls and floor to compliment a white suite comprising low level W.C. wash basin and shower enclosure with rain shower head, chrome ladder heated towel rail, extractor fan, and tiled flooring
BEDROOM 2: 9'11'' X 6'08'' (3.03m x 2.03m)
Sash window to side aspect, inset spot lights, TV point, feature radiator original floor boards flooring.
FAMILY BATHROOM: 7'02'' X 6'07'' (2.18m x 2.00m)
Window to side aspect, with vaulted ceiling and exposed oak beams, suite comprising free standing bath, shower cubicle with rain shower head, low level flush W.C. , wash basin, two light fittings, chrome ladder heated towel rail, extractor fan, tiled flooring.
SPIRAL STAIRS TO:
FOURTH FLOOR LANDING
Window to side aspect, low level loft storage, feature radiator, inset spot lights, and original floor boards flooring.
Broxbourne is set around Lee Valley Regional Park, the heart of beautiful countryside and numerous country walks cycling and bridleways. Along the river you will find the Lee Valley boat centre where you can hire rowing boats or motor boats by the hour or the day, or take a cruise on the Pride of the Lee, or Lady of the Lee. There are riverside chalets available to hire, bike/canoe hire, picnic area and the riverside cafe or real water enthusiasts can join the local sailing/rowing club. In the heart of Broxbourne there is a cricket club and a tennis and squash club. Hayes Hill & Holyfield farm offers a fun day out interacting with a host of farm animals and invites you to visit the working dairy farm. The River Lee runs through the town and provides peaceful fishing spots and the perfect route for walking and cycling. Following the towpaths can take you as far afield as Hertford, Roydon and London. Clayton Hill and Broxbourne Park are both beautiful spots for entertaining the children, picnics or dog walking and Ada Coles Memorial Stables situated between Nazeing and Harlow is a sanctuary for horses and donkeys also open to the public.
Broxbourne has a small parade of local stores and a large choice of continental restaurants but for a larger choice, Hoddesdon town centre is just a short drive away. Here you will find a variety of shops and services from traditional convenience stores, butchers, chemist, hairdressers, bridal shop and flower shop, to designer fashion shops and quaint boutiques with a regular Wednesday and Friday market. The town hosts a well-attended annual French market, vintage car show and carnival. As well as several coffee shops and cafes, Hoddesdon has a variety of pubs bars and restaurants. Nonna's Kitchen Marconato, Zagara and Louis D'Or, are all worth a visit and for old fashion fish & chips visit Hoddesdon's Captain Cod!
Golfing enthusiasts should check out the Nazeing golf club with an outstanding course and club house, or The Hertfordshire Golf & Country Club, which boasts excellent golf facilities in addition to up-to-date gym facilities, swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, hairdressers, beauty treatment, physiotherapy clinics and tennis courts. The Hertfordshire is licensed to hold weddings ceremonies. Additional leisure facilities can be found on the outskirts of Hoddeson at John Warner Sports Centre which offers swimming badminton and keep fit classes, and for the children, Hoddesdon Barclay Park offers a well maintained children's play area and pond, a lovely setting for picnics or simply feeding the ducks. For the older kids or the young at heart, Rye Park offers a youth skate park and is home to the famous Rye house karting & speed racing. Rye Mead bird sanctuary is one of the many local wildlife centres open to the public.
Broxbourne Civic hall is the local venue for live entertainment and movie nights. Between Broxbourne and Newgate Street village is Paradise Park Wildlife Park, an amazing day out for all the family with its large variety of animals from all over the world, picnic facilities, soft play area and crazy golf. 15 minutes north of Broxbourne you will reach Hertford, a beautiful character town with vintage shops, wine bars, coffee shops and restaurants and a lively evening atmosphere. Brookfield farm Retail Park is situated on the old Tottenham Hotspur Football Training Ground in nearby Cheshunt, which has the largest Marks and Spencer's in Hertfordshire, and a Tesco Superstore with various small retail outlets and restaurant.
MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS: Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.
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