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

The Old Chequers, Church Street, Welwyn

The Old Chequers, Church Street, Welwyn - Credit: Archant

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 cottage

A major feature of the property is this three-bed self-contained cottage - Credit: Archant

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 room

The brick vaulted cellar has a spacious dining room - Credit: Archant

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 area

The dining room has its own bar area - Credit: Archant

PROPERTY FACTS

The Old Chequers, Church Street, Welwyn

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

The dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of quality units and modern appliances - Credit: Archant

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Guide price £1,100,000

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

The living room spans the full width of the property

The living room spans the full width of the property - Credit: Archant

The property boasts a low maintenance walled garden with paved and decked terraces

The property boasts a low maintenance walled garden with paved and decked terraces - Credit: Archant