Property Spotlight: A pretty cottage in Letchworth Garden City

Pixmore Way, Letchworth Garden City - a prize-winning 1907 Exhibition Cottage by C M Crickmer

Pixmore Way, Letchworth Garden City - a prize-winning 1907 Exhibition Cottage by C M Crickmer - Credit: Archant

This original and prize-winning 1907 Exhibition Cottage by C M Crickmer is ideally located for the town, station and sought after schools.

The large lounge has a box bay window to the front aspect, solid wood flooring and a feature firepla

The large lounge has a box bay window to the front aspect, solid wood flooring and a feature fireplace - Credit: Archant

With a wealth of character features blended with the convenience and style of modern living this pretty early garden city cottage, with its roughcast white walls and projecting tile hung gable, offers surprisingly spacious accommodation on a mature landscaped plot.

Highlights include a large lounge, which enjoys a box bay window to the front aspect, solid wood flooring and a feature fireplace. The fully fitted kitchen and utility area is finished to a high specification, and includes integrated appliances.

The fully fitted kitchen and utility area is finished to a high specification

The fully fitted kitchen and utility area is finished to a high specification - Credit: Archant

Two of the three bedrooms still display fireplaces, and the re-fitted three piece bathroom suite is of a modern design.

To the front of the property lies valuable space for off road parking for two cars.

The property boasts a 120ft rear garden

The property boasts a 120ft rear garden - Credit: Archant


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The 120ft landscaped rear garden enjoys the setting western sun. It has been lovingly maintained, offering a private space of mature trees, specimen planting, both a patio and discreet decked area, plus unusually, a three hole practice putting green!

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Pixmore Way, Letchworth Garden City

Guide price £430,000

Lane & Bennetts | 01462 671000 | www.laneandbennetts.co.uk

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