The property offers over 2200 sq ft of light and spacious accommodation with most of the rooms being dual aspect making the most of the views of the surrounding gardens and with quite unexpected ceiling heights for a home of this period. One enters via the back door into the beautiful farmhouse-style kitchen/dining room which is very much in-keeping with the style of the property and offers a range of units with wooden worktops, butler sink, AGA and attractive tiled floor. A door from this room leads to the conservatory which is an area of the property in need of attention, but with potential to make an ideal space to sit and enjoy your morning coffee. From the tiled kitchen, leads into the more cosy carpeted area which is the sitting room and what represents what would have been the medieval open hall with inglenook fireplace and log burner. This is a flexible area which could also be used as a formal dining room off the kitchen. In turn this room leads to the drawing room, again with beautiful inglenook and log burner which is also dual aspect so very light and bright and has a warm and comfortable feel with ample space for furniture. There is also a convenient cloakroom/utility to the ground floor. The first floor offers every bit of character as downstairs with two separate staircases offering access to three double bedrooms. The master suite which was created by the current owners out of three original smaller bedrooms features an adjoining dressing area and beautiful ensuite shower room. There is a further family bathroom which services the other two bedrooms.
Outside the properties' grounds extend to approximately 1.6 acres with large lawned areas of garden which surround the house and a separate paddock area which is securely fenced which would be ideal for keeping a pony. The property is approached by electric gates leading to a long sweeping gravel driveway which provides ample parking for numerous vehicles as well as a detached triple garage block. The property is situated on Westwick Row which is a desirable rural lane just a stones' throw from Leverstock Green making St Albans and Hemel Hempstead conveniently accessible.