Property Spotlight: A Grade II listed Georgian townhouse in Hitchin

Lucas House, Wratten Road East, Hitchin. Picture: Micahel Graham

Lucas House, Wratten Road East, Hitchin. Picture: Micahel Graham - Credit: Archant

This four-bed Georgian townhouse is conveniently located on Wratten Road East in Hitchin’s historic town centre.

Period features include exposed beams and sash windows with shutters. Picture: Micahel Graham

Period features include exposed beams and sash windows with shutters. Picture: Micahel Graham - Credit: Archant

Now known as Lucas House, the property once formed part of the house known as Wratten Cottage; it was converted approximately 11 years ago.

The 1,958 square foot of accommodation combines period features, including exposed beams, sash windows with shutters, fireplaces and oak flooring, with a contemporary kitchen and bathrooms.

The ground floor has a cloakroom, a sitting room and a kitchen/dining room which has access to storage in the cellar.

The four bedrooms and three bathrooms are set over the first and second floors.

The property has a modern kitchen/breakfast room. Picture: Micahel Graham

The property has a modern kitchen/breakfast room. Picture: Micahel Graham - Credit: Archant


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Twin electric gates open to the driveway, which leads to off street parking for two cars, with one of the spaces located in a carport.

The paved courtyard garden has a variety of mature shrub and flower beds and borders.

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There is also a store shed, which has power and light connected.

The property is available for sale with no upper chain.

The master bedroom has its own en suite. Picture: Micahel Graham

The master bedroom has its own en suite. Picture: Micahel Graham - Credit: Archant

Property Facts

Lucas House, Wratten Road East, Hitchin

Offers in excess of £800,000

The paved courtyard garden has a variety of mature shrub and flower beds and borders. Picture: Micah

The paved courtyard garden has a variety of mature shrub and flower beds and borders. Picture: Micahel Graham - Credit: Archant

Michael Graham, 01462 441700, www.michaelgraham.co.uk

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