Semi Detached House
Toms Hill Road
BEAUTIFUL, PICTURESQUE VILLAGE SETTING * CHARMING PERIOD COTTAGE * DINING/KITCHEN ROOM WITH PATIO DOORS LEADING OUT TO DECKING AREA/GARDEN * SITTING ROOM * STUDY/4TH BEDROOM WITH PATIO DOORS TO GARDEN * FURTHER RECEPTION ROOM/3RD BEDROOM * BATHROOM * TWO SPACIOUS DOUBLE BEDROOMS * MASTER BEDROOM WITH SIZEABLE SHOWER ROOM WITH VIEWS * BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED AND LANDSCAPED WELL STOCKED REAR GARDEN * PATIO DECKING AREA WITH POND * LAWNED GARDEN TO THE FRONT * UNDERFLOOR HEATING TO KITCHEN AND BATHROOMS * GAS CENTRAL HEATING
Set at the foot of the beautiful National Trust Ashridge Estate, in the quintessential village of Aldbury, Frith Cottage is both characterful and charming.
Tucked away, hidden away from the road, this exceptional cottage is well presented with versatile living accommodation. The spacious, open-plan kitchen/dining room has a lovely ambiance, with wonderful views of the glorious garden. The dining room benefits from a wood burning stove which also serves the sititng room. There is a further reception room/bedroom, bathroom and study.
Upstairs, the feeling of light and space envelopes you, with two good size double bedrooms. The master bedroom boasts a sizeable, stunning, en suite shower room; a room with a view of the garden and beyond.
The rear garden is quite exceptional. Professionally designed and beautifully landscaped, consisting of a decked area, incorporating a charming pond, winding pebbled path, well stocked borders, mature apple trees and a summer house. And last but not least, not forgetting the lovely lawned garden to the front of the property, this really is a truly charming property.
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. It 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 another 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.
And all only about 40 minutes away from London by train, with Tring station just around a mile away. The A41, M1 and M25 are all close by too. For shoppers, Berkhamsted offers an array of independent shops, or Milton Keynes, Watford and St Albans are slightly further afield.
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