Property Spotlight: A large family home in Stevenage’s Old Town

Whitney Drive, Stevenage. Picture: Hunters

Whitney Drive, Stevenage. Picture: Hunters - Credit: Archant

This vastly improved and extended four-bed detached family home is available for sale chain-free.

This vaulted ceiling is one of the property's stand-out features. Picture: Hunters

This vaulted ceiling is one of the property's stand-out features. Picture: Hunters - Credit: Archant

This vastly improved and extended four-bed detached family home is available for sale chain-free.

Located in Stevenage’s Old Town, it has been fully refurbished throughout.

Double glazed French doors lead into a welcoming hallway with vaulted ceiling and parquet-style karndean flooring.

Downstairs there is a lounge area, a dining/living area and a kitchen/breakfast area, plus a utility room, cloakroom and office/study. Upstairs there is a 20ft x 16ft master bedroom with en suite, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn, with a natural stone patio area, newly built landscaped pond

The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn, with a natural stone patio area, newly built landscaped pond and a childrens astro turf play area. Picture: Hunters - Credit: Archant


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The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn, with a natural stone patio area, newly built landscaped pond and a children’s astro turf play area. A generous frontage provides ample off-road parking and there is also an internal garage.

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Whitney Drive, Stevenage

The large open plan dining/living area features parquet-style karndean flooring and underfloor heati

The large open plan dining/living area features parquet-style karndean flooring and underfloor heating. Picture: Hunters - Credit: Archant

Offers in excess of £850,000

Hunters, 01438 313393, www.hunters.com

There is a refitted hand painted Shaker kitchen in the extended area of the house. Picture: Hunters

There is a refitted hand painted Shaker kitchen in the extended area of the house. Picture: Hunters - Credit: Archant

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