Built in 2007 to exacting standards and with the design influenced by the Lutyens style, The Grange offers superb accommodation of over 4,000 sq.ft. across three floors. Sitting perfectly within its plot of approx 1.4 acres, the house is situated on a desirable private road in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty,
On entering the property, the impressive entrance/ dining hall is warm and welcoming with the staircase at its centre. The drawing room is elegant with an open fireplace and being triple aspect, enjoys views of both the front and rear gardens with French doors out onto the terrace.
The dining area is of particular note, with the double height Lutyens inspired atrium style window. This area of the house is quite striking and ideal for hosting family and friends for any special occasion. The kitchen/ breakfast / family room is a real focal point of the house for any family; spacious with a delightful breakfast area with roof lantern above and a sitting area ideal for relaxing. Completing the ground floor there is a home office, utility room and cloakroom.
Walking up the staircase, the mid landing provides fantastic views of the rear garden through the Atrium window. On the first floor the principal bedroom has plenty of wardrobe space both in the main bedroom and the dressing room. French doors lead out onto a balcony allowing one to enjoy this stunning location with views of the rear garden and National Trust land beyond. The en-suite to the master bedroom is well proportioned with a bath, separate shower and double wash basins. There is a double bedroom which is en-suite, a further double bedroom and bathroom completing the first floor accommodation. On the second floor there are two further double bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside the rear garden is fantastic, laid mainly to lawn and therefore easy to maintain with plenty of space for children to run wild and free or hone their sporting skills. Mature hedging to all boundaries ensures an excellent degree of privacy. There is easy access to the National Trust owned field and woods at the bottom of the garden and it is a short walk to what many regard as the best pub in the area, the Alford Arms in the hamlet of Frithsden.
The Grange is approached via electric gates and a sweeping gravel driveway providing ample parking. There is a large outbuilding which is currently used as a store with a separate area with a disconnected Bio-mass boiler in situ.
Frithsden Copse is one of the most sought after roads in Hertfordshire and is home to prestigious detached houses with most enjoying approx one acre of grounds with a few exceptions including The Grange.
The desirable market town of Berkhamsted is approx 2 miles away with excellent transport links by road and rail. The mainline train station is situated in the heart of the town and provides access to London Euston in approx 32 mins. M25 (Junc 20) is easily accessed from the A41 dual carriageway.
There is an an excellent choice of recreational and sporting clubs and activities including: Ashridge and Berkhamsted golf clubs, Berkhamsted cricket, tennis and cycling clubs, Tring rugby club and many more. The National Trust's Ashridge estate offers approx 5,000 acres of protected woodland offers excellent walking, cycling and horse riding.
Superb primary and secondary schools both private and state funded are available including Berkhamsted School, and Ashlyns School. Berkhamsted High Street has an excellent choice of independent shops, pubs and restaurants and a Waitrose, M&S Food Hall and a Tesco.
EPC Rating C