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Gravel Path
Guide Price £2,750,000
A truly stunning Arts and Crafts home designed by the eminent Edwardian architect Thomas Mawson and built in 1924. Loughrigg is presented in immaculate order and is a testament to the care and attention to detail the current owners have bestowed upon this beautiful property.

On entering this stylish home you walk through an internal entrance porch into the beautiful entrance hall which has an abundance of charm and character. From the entrance hall one can gain direct access to three of the four reception rooms. The sitting room is nothing short of impressive; the fireplace provides an attractive central focal point whilst the bay window ensures that the room is flooded with natural light and provides delightful views of the rear garden. The family room is to the front aspect and being dual aspect, also enjoys ample natural light and also has a feature fireplace. The dining room is perfectly proportioned allowing plenty of room for a substantial table and ideal for those more formal occasions. The hand made kitchen has been designed very much in keeping with the era of the house and there are also two excellent store cupboards and a door through to the breakfast room. Completing the ground floor accommodation, there is a rear lobby with access to a further store cupboard and boiler room with the cloakroom being situated off the main entrance hall.

On the first floor there are five double bedrooms. The principal bedroom has a beautiful bay window, feature fireplace and an en-suite bathroom with a separate shower. The four other double bedrooms all have feature fireplaces and share the family bathroom. Stairs rise up from the bedroom in the westerly corner of the house to the second floor. This vast space is ready made to be converted into additional accommodation, whether further bedrooms with bathrooms or a games room. Attached to the house is a single garage, and there is also a detached double garage with a gym above.

Outside the rear garden is mainly to lawn with a mature hedge and attractive row of trees ensuring an excellent degree of privacy. To the front the gravel driveway provides plenty of parking. Total plot of approx 0.5 acres.

From Berkhamsted High Street head eastwards and turn left onto Ravens Lane, follow this road to the junction and head straight over. Follow the road over the canal and railway bridge up Gravel Path and Loughrigg can be found on the right hand side just before the turning into
Hunters Park.

There is an extensive choice of highly reputable private and state maintained schools within the town and surrounding area including; Berkhamsted School, Ashlyns, Victoria primary and several others.

Local Amenities
Extensive shopping facilities within the town from independant local shops and boutiques to a choice of supermarkets including Waitrose and an M&S Food Hall. There is a superb choice of places to dine out with many restaurants, bistros and pubs within the town. Berkhamsted also has Wednesday and Saturday markets adding to the charm of this vibrant town. Superb sports and recreational facilities include the sports centre, tennis and crickets clubs whilst renowned Ashridge and Berkhamsted golf clubs are nearby. National Trust Ashridge Estate offers approx 5,000 acres of protected woodland to enjoy either on foot, bike or horse.

Mainline train station in the heart of the town providing access to London Euston in approx 34 mins. Excellent road links from the A41 from A41, M25 and M1.

EPC Rating E

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