Designed by architects Eades Hotwani Wilkinson, this location is a testament to all the best aspects of contemporary architectural design providing almost 4000 sq ft of open plan and set in stunning surroundings. The house is flooded with natural light from all angles with large windows and walls of glass doors overlooking the beautiful and extensive gardens which back onto rural farmland. The house is highly individual and unique being arranged over three levels.
A fantastic master bedroom suite to the first floor which incorporates floor to ceiling glazing giving wonderful views as well as a large decked terrace perfect for a shoot or video. The master suite is generous in proportions and also includes a dressing area and a freestanding bath. There are a further four bedrooms, of which the guest bedroom is ensuite, a family bathroom and a separate wet room.
The kitchen/ living/ dining room space flows seamlessly and again features floor to ceiling glazing and sliding doors meaning the whole area can be opened up to the outside on warmer days. The polished concrete flooring which runs throughout this area and for most of the house. The ground floor incorporates a large family room, cloakroom, 2nd kitchen/utility and study/bedroom five, all with separate access to outside meaning this floor could be quite self-contained for older children or a nanny. The lower ground floor is a cavernous space currently.
The house is approached through electric gates where the gravelled drive leads to the subterranean double garage which lies to the side of the house. There is also ample parking on the driveway for numerous vehicles. The house is position to the front of the 5.5 acre plot which was formally an organic fruit farm. The plot backs on to rural farmland and consists areas of lawn and lightly wooded areas populated by mature trees. To the top of the site a mown area of lawn given the elevated and far reaching views across the valley to the Gaddesden Estate.
Within M25: No
Number of bedrooms: 6
Nearest station: Berkhamsted