Honey House, as it will be known, is a brand new detached family house that is situated within the pretty hamlet of St Margarets on the edge of the sought after village of Great Gaddesden.
With over 3,500 sqft of living space, this really is a most bright and spacious house that has finished to a very high standard. The operating system to the house is from a ground source heating system and therefore, is extremely efficient and ecologically friendly. The whole of the ground floor, bar the slate tiled kitchen, features a lovely oak floor and from the hallway, has a matching wooden staircase with foot lighting rising to the first floor. The fabulous modern kitchen has been thoughtfully designed and has two sinks, one with Koorker tap system. The central island also incorporates a breakfast bar and is fitted with a range of appliances. The dining/family area has bi-folding doors out to the rear garden. The utility room is ready for numerous appliances, and the main sitting room features a lovely brick fireplace with central wood burning stove and bi-folding door to the rear garden.
the first floor landing is part vaulted and boasts a large window overlooking the rear garden. There are five double bedrooms, three enjoying en suites and two with separate dressing areas.
The house is approached over an attractive stone drive and which leads up to the house and double garage, and provides extensive parking for numerous cars. A large lawn garden lies to the front, whilst the rear garden is raised above an extensive retaining terrace area. The garden wraps around to the western side of the house provides fabulous space for outside entertaining.
St Margarets is a picturesque hamlet which sits above the village of Great Gaddesden on the edge of the Chiltern Hills in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Ashridge Forest, with its thousands of acres of beech woodland and common land is close by, as are the rolling hills of the Dunstable Downs and Ivinghoe Beacon. Ashridge offers a multitude of footpaths and bridleways and is owned by the National Trust.
The nearby towns of Berkhamsted and Hemel Hempstead provide an extensive range of shopping and recreational facilities as well as an excellent choice of both private and state schooling including the renowned Collegiate School for boys and girls in Berkhamsted. For the commuter, Berkhamsted station offers a fast rail link to London Euston (from 30 minutes) and both the M1 and M25 are readily accessible for fast motorway links to surrounding areas. There
is a good choice of golf and tennis clubs in the vicinity including the much acclaimed courses at nearby Berkhamsted and Ashridge.