Toms Hill Close
ENTRANCE HALL * CLOAKROOM * SITTING ROOM * STUDY/BEDROOM FIVE * FAMILY/DINING ROOM * KITCHEN/DINING ROOM * BOOT ROOM * STUDY * MASTER BEDROOM WITH EN SUITE * THREE FURTHER DOUBLE BEDROOMS * FAMILY BATHROOM * DOUBLE GARAGE * DRIVEWAY * LARGE REAR GARDEN * FRONT GARDEN
This large family home is set in an unrivalled location in this desirable village with extensive views across the village and open countryside.
The hallway with cloakroom off benefits from a roomy storage cupboard. A sunny living room with cosy log burner has windows to the front and an expanse of sliding doors overlooking the rear garden and the village beyond.The study/bedroom five is on this level. Stairs lead to the lower ground floor which has a generous family room/dining room with french windows to the garden, the large kitchen/ diner has a halogen hob and integral oven, grill and dishwasher, there is a new larder style fridge/freezer.A useful lobby/bootroom leads to the utility area.
On the first floor is a large master bedroom and ensuite with stunning views across the village to the countryside beyond, a newly fitted family bathroom and three more double bedrooms.
The rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn and set in approximately 1/3 of an acre with mature trees, seasonal flowers, shrubs and summer house.
The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a double garage and a driveway for several vehicles and is set in a private road off Toms Hill.
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, two pub/restaurants located in or near the village centre.
The village boasts a 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 a 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.
London is only around 35 minutes away by train, with Tring station little more than a mile away. The A41 dual carriageway runs to the south of Tring, and provides direct access to the M25 (J20). The M1 is convenient too.
The various towns nearby offer a comprehensive range of facilities, from the boutiques and coffee shops in picturesque Tring and Berkhamsted, to the shopping centres and department stores of Hemel Hempstead and Aylesbury, both of which also boast multiplex cinemas and extensive leisure facilities.
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