Property Spotlight: A former inn with self-contained cottage in Welwyn

PUBLISHED: 16:12 27 April 2018 | UPDATED: 16:33 27 April 2018

The Old Chequers, Church Street, Welwyn

The Old Chequers, Church Street, Welwyn

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This charming and unique Grade II listed property with self-contained cottage is centrally situated in a highly sought-after village location.

A major feature of the property is this three-bed self-contained cottageA major feature of the property is this three-bed self-contained cottage

The Old Chequers is a desirable and sensitively updated timber framed former inn, parts of which date from the 16th century.

The property offers bright, flexible and well-presented accommodation arranged over three floors, with a wealth of retained character features throughout including exposed timber framing, beams and stonework.

The brick vaulted cellar has a spacious dining roomThe brick vaulted cellar has a spacious dining room

A huge addition to the house is a detached three bedroom self-contained cottage, the accommodation as a whole extending to over 3,200 sq. ft.

A driveway provides off-road parking for several vehicles. To the side and rear, the property boasts a low maintenance walled garden with paved and decked terraces, ideal for entertaining, and a paved area separating the cottage from the main house.

The dining room has its own bar areaThe dining room has its own bar area

PROPERTY FACTS

The Old Chequers, Church Street, Welwyn

The dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of quality units and modern appliancesThe dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of quality units and modern appliances

Guide price £1,100,000

Strutt & Parker | 01582 764343 | www.struttandparker.com

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