Home of the Week: West Common Way, Harpenden

The Arts and Crafts-inspired property is set back from the private West Common Way

The Arts and Crafts-inspired property is set back from the private West Common Way - Credit: Archant

An outstanding family home in the heart of West Common, this property is for sale with a guide price of £3,000,000.

The farmhouse-style kitchen/breakfast room has an Aga as its centrepiece

The farmhouse-style kitchen/breakfast room has an Aga as its centrepiece - Credit: Archant

Approached over an impressive gravel carriage driveway, this handsome, Arts and Crafts-inspired home sits back from West Common Way, a private, leafy and sought-after road on the outskirts of Harpenden.

The accommodation includes two cloakrooms, a sitting room, dining room, study, family room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, basement games room, master bedroom with large en-suite bath and shower room, four further bedrooms, one with en suite, and a family bathroom.

There is also a heated swimming pool and jacuzzi, with shower, cloakroom and sauna.

The private, south east-facing rear gardens to the house are thoughtfully landscaped.

The pool and jacuzzi complete the luxurious set up

The pool and jacuzzi complete the luxurious set up - Credit: Archant


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Across the rear of the house lies a fabulous flagstone terrace, which features a fish pond and provides ample space for al fresco dining.

A double garage stands to one side, with extensive parking on the gravel driveway.

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For more information, contact Savills, Harpenden, on 01582 465000

The comfortable sitting room opens out onto the garden

The comfortable sitting room opens out onto the garden - Credit: Archant

The dining room provides an ideal entertaining space

The dining room provides an ideal entertaining space - Credit: Archant

This is a spacious home in a sought-after location

This is a spacious home in a sought-after location - Credit: Archant

The stunning rear gardens face south east

The stunning rear gardens face south east - Credit: Archant

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