Cottonwood was built in 1957 with the current owners having undertaken extensive re-modelling and renovation works throughout their ownership over the last fifteen years.
The property is approached along a private road with gated access onto the immaculate sweeping gravel driveway. On entering Cottonwood the generously proportioned entrance hall is warm and welcoming with views to the rear of the property and beautiful south west facing garden beyond.
The main focal point of this home is the open plan area which links the kitchen, family and breakfast spaces seamlessly together. The kitchen has been beautifully fitted with a contemporary finish and integrated appliances. Stepping down into the family and breakfast area, one really enjoys this light and spacious room with the large windows ensuring a fantastic view of the garden. There is also a separate dining room for those more formal occasions and a further sitting room which is dual aspect and offers a quiet space in which to relax. Completing the ground floor accommodation, there is a cloakroom, separate utility, storeroom / workshop and access to the integrated double garage.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms; master bedroom with en-suite, two double bedrooms and the family bathroom. Stairs rise up to the 2nd floor where there is a further bedroom and large open space ideal for a teenage hang out space or home office.
To the front of the property, Cottonwood is subtly hidden from the road by mature trees including a beautiful Cherry Blossom and mature Rhododendrons. To the rear of the property, there is a substantial stone terrace ideal for entertaining during the warmer months. The extensive rear garden is mainly laid to lawn allowing for easy maintenance despite the generous size. Mature hedging and trees to the boundaries ensure privacy is maintained in this most desirable of locations. There is also a gate at the bottom of the garden providing access onto National Trust Land and Ashridge Golf Club.
Golf Club Road is surrounded by the National Trust's Ashridge Estate with excellent walks, cycling and horse riding via numerous footpaths and bridleways extending to approx 4,000 acres of woodland and countryside.
The village of Little Gaddesden is highly desirable with an excellent pub, village store and post office and a superb and highly regarded primary school. The village itself also has the benefit of numerous sporting and social clubs including Ashridge Golf Club, Little Gaddesden cricket and a tennis clubs to name a few.
Nearby Berkhamsted is a popular market town with a vibrant high street and markets held weekly on Wednesdays and Saturdays. There are plentiful excellent shops, restaurants and pubs to choose from, whilst the Berkhamsted School caters from nursery through to sixth form. The state funded Ashlyns school is also highly regarded.
Berkhamsted mainline train station provides access to London in approx 34 mins. There are superb road links via the A41, M25 and M1.
Services: Oil fired central heating, private drainage, mains water and electricity.
EPC rating: E