Property Spotlight: A spacious family home close to Wheathampstead village

PUBLISHED: 13:10 14 May 2019 | UPDATED: 13:26 14 May 2019

Kimpton Road, Wheathampstead. Picture: Strutt & Parker

Kimpton Road, Wheathampstead. Picture: Strutt & Parker

IAN RIDLEY ian@mountain-skills.com

Located in the sought-after hamlet of Blackmore End, two miles from the village of Wheathampstead, is this impressive detached property.

The sitting room is bright and spacious. Picture: Strutt & ParkerThe sitting room is bright and spacious. Picture: Strutt & Parker

58 Kimpton Road is set well back from the road and approached via a driveway providing parking for ample vehicles, which leads on to the double garage.

To the rear there is a beautifully landscaped garden providing many areas of interest, including a wooden gazebo with both heating and lighting, making it ideal for outdoor entertaining.

A patio runs across the back of the house with space for seating, planting and a BBQ area.

The property boasts a sitting room, garden room, study, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, family room and utility room, among others.

The rear of the house overlooks beautifully landscaped grounds. Picture: Strutt & ParkerThe rear of the house overlooks beautifully landscaped grounds. Picture: Strutt & Parker

The master bedroom has an en suite shower room and dressing room and there are four further bedrooms, one with en suite.

Property Facts

Guide price £1,450,000

The family room overlooks the garden. Picture: Strutt & ParkerThe family room overlooks the garden. Picture: Strutt & Parker

Kimpton Road, Wheathampstead

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

The large rear garden is ideal for entertaining. Picture: Strutt & ParkerThe large rear garden is ideal for entertaining. Picture: Strutt & Parker

The property has an impressive kitchen/breakfast room. Picture: Strutt & ParkerThe property has an impressive kitchen/breakfast room. Picture: Strutt & Parker

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