6 Bed Detached House  For Sale  Police Row   Royston  Hertfordshire  SG8   - £1,950,000

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Stunning Grade II listed former Hall House thought to date to the 14th Century. Set back from the road behind imposing gates this detached six bedroom home offers space and character in abundance, view early to avoid disappointment.



Spacious kitchen breakfast room with large inglenook fireplace housing Aga.

Period dining room with feature oak panelling and inglenook fireplace.

Drawing room with feature fireplace and window seats.

Stunning conservatory with Gothic style stained glass giving a truly period feel.

Study. Downstairs Cloakroom. Utility room.

Master bedroom and master bathroom with separate shower.

Three further bedrooms and family bathroom with separate shower.

Two bedrooms and bathroom to second floor.

Triple bay oak framed Garage. Studio. Kennels. Workshop with clock tower.

Beautiful landscaped grounds surrounding the property.



GROUND FLOOR




ENTRANCE
Period three quarter glazed front door. Carriage lamp to side. Roof line forms small entrance vestibule.



ENTRANCE HALL
1.96m (6' 5") x 13.13m (43' 1")
Impressive area with exposed beams, log burner. Tiled floor. Period staircases to East and West wings.



CLOAKROOM 1
Window. High level cistern WC. Period (possibly French) wash hand basin with chrome stand and extended taps. Tiled floor.



KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM
8.33m (27' 4") x 6.86m (22' 6") max
Triple aspect room. French Doors to gardens. Glazed door to courtyard. Brick pament floor. Large inglenook fireplace with Aga. Island unit with four ring hob and glass and stainless steel extractor over. Dishwasher. Inset one and half bowl sink. Space for American style fridge freezer. Larder cupboard. Walk in larder. Exposed beams.



UTILITY ROOM
3.33m (10' 11") x 3.53m (11' 7")
Window. Belfast sink. Period twin fronted unit. Tiled floor. Exposed beams.



CLOAKROOM 2
3.78m (12' 5") x 1.96m (6' 5")
Window. High level flush WC. Period, continental style supported wash hand basin with extended taps. Tiled floor.



STUDY
3.23m (10' 7") x 2.41m (7' 11")
WIndow. Exposed beams. Tiled floor.



DRAWING ROOM
5.51m (18' 1") x 6.48m (21' 3")
Twin bay windows both with window seats. Exposed floor boards. Inglenook fireplace. Exposed beams throughout.



REAR ENTRANCE
1.47m (4' 10")x7'2"
Timber door. Brick pament floor. Doors to drawing and dining rooms.



DINING ROOM
5.21m (17' 1") x 5.44m (17' 10")
Impressive period room with original oak panelling and exposed floorboards. Inglenook fireplace. Window.



CONSERVATORY
4.93m (16' 2") x 3.38m (11' 1")
Vaulted glass roof. French doors to gardens. Tiled floor. Extensive Gothic style stained glass inserts.



FIRST FLOOR




EAST WING LANDING
1.09m (3' 7") x 0.97m (3' 2")
Exposed beams. Dual aspect windows.



MASTER BEDROOM
3.96m (13' 0")x 5.21m (17' 1")
Window. Exposed beams and floorboards. Victorian cast iron open fireplace.



MASTER BATHROOM
3.25m (10' 8") x 3.86m (12' 8")
Dual aspect. Exposed beams and floor boards. Free-standing roll top bath. His and Hers wash hand basins. Walk in shower cubicle. Low level WC. Bidet.



WEST WING LANDING
3.45m (11' 4") x 3.84m (12' 7")
Serious amounts of exposed beams. Window.



GUEST BEDROOM
4.39m (14' 5") x 4.98m (16' 4")
Affectionately referred to as "The Green Room". Window. Vaulted ceiling. Exposed beams and floor boards.



INNER LANDING
1.04m (3' 5") x 6.73m (22' 1")
Exposed beams and floor boards. Staircase to second floor.



FAMILY BATHROOM
3.84m (12' 7") x 3.81m (12' 6")
Window. Exposed beams and floor boards. Free standing Victorian bath with original (restored) shower enclosure with spray bars and drench head. Close coupled WC. Art deco style twin basin. Shower cubicle. Vaulted ceiling.



BEDROOM THREE
4.06m (13' 4") x 3.43m (11' 3")
Window. Exposed beams and floor boards. Painted brick fireplace with shelving.



BEDROOM FOUR
3.30m (10' 10") x 3.94m (12' 11")
Window. Exposed beams and floor boards. Storage cupboard.



SECOND FLOOR




LANDING
1.14m (3' 9") x 1.14m (3' 9")
Exposed floorboards and brickwork to chimney stack. Exposed beams.



BATHROOM
1.85m (6' 1") x 2.01m (6' 7")
Window. Low level WC. Small free standing bath. Vanity with ceramic sink. Exposed beams and floorboards.



BEDROOM FIVE
2.77m (9' 1") x 2.87m (9' 5")
Window. Exposed beams and floor boards. Vaulted ceiling.



BEDROOM SIX
2.90m (9' 6") x 3.71m (12' 2")
Window. Exposed beams and floorboards. Built in wardrobes. Vaulted ceiling.



OUTSIDE




MAIN DRIVE
Brick built boundary wall. Twin electric wrought iron gates, designed and hand made by an internationally renowned sculptor in metal with property name inset. Single wrought iron pedestrian gate. Large area laid to gravel leading to garages and onto workshop.



GARAGE BLOCK
8.36m (27' 5") x 5.38m (17' 8")
Cart shed style three bay with power and light and electric lift to garage doors. Covered log store to side.



STUDIO
3.43m (11' 3") x 5.82m (19' 1")
Dual aspect. Bright and airy artists studio with power and light.



KENNELS
Professionally constructed twin bay kennel, suitable for working dogs.



WORKSHOP
9.47m (31' 1") x 4.57m (15' 0")
Externally resembles a formal coach house with clock tower. Arched windows. Dormer window. Full height twin wooden access door with inset privacy door. These would accept high sided vehicles or even steam traction engines. Power, light and water. Area with low level WC, plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Raised granite sink. Mezzanine area.



VEGATABLE GARDENS
Good sized beds. Two greenhouses and cold frame. Overlooks paddocks to rear.



FORMAL GARDENS
Delightful gardens with formal flower beds. Two large ponds. Long rose arch walkway to original front door. Laid mostly to lawns. External power points. Oil tank.



COURTYARD
Thought to be the original farm pay area. Enclosed by brick walls. Block pavior. Bread oven. Solid timber door to main drive. Wrought iron gate to formal gardens.



OVERVIEW




HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
The property sits on part of the original estate which has entries in the Ramsey Chronicle dating as back as the late 1100's. The current heart of the farmhouse is believed to date back to the 1300's. The property was brought back to life and refurbished by it's previous owner. The current owners have lavished care and attention on the property over the past few decades and is presented in a sympathetic manner throughout.



VILLAGE OF THERFIELD
• Therfield is a picturesque and popular small village with a Primary school which is well known for its church, pub and fabulous countryside views and walks. Royston Heath is a nature reserve on the northern side of the village.

• The village is some 3.6 miles south west of Royston mainline railway station. There is a high speed service from Stevenage (approximately 13 miles).

• There are a wide range of facilities in nearby Royston, Ashwell, Buntingford and Baldock.

• The ‘high-tech’ university City of Cambridge is approximately 16 miles (city centre) and offers a comprehensive range of shops and services including a full range of supermarkets, restaurants and specialist shops.

• The City has theatres, cinemas and extensive cultural and recreational amenities as well as the world leading university.

• There are a range of schools in the area together with a number of well-regarded independent schools in Cambridge.








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