The Property: Unique Grade II Listed four double bedroom character property, forming part of the select Ferrers Hill Farm development, located in a rural location surrounded by open countryside.
Description: This sought after home forms part of a large Manor house which dates back to circa 1695, the property has a rich history and was thought to have once been inhabited by Katherine Ferrers of 'Wicked Lady' infamy. The house and outbuildings were re-developed around 15 years ago and split into five individual properties. Restoration House backs onto a gravelled courtyard and boasts its own driveway and garage. It also benefits from an attractive private garden which includes a summerhouse with retractable roof and internet cabling and a 'Swim/Spa pool'. An impressive hallway opens into the living accommodation which includes a large triple aspect living room with three sets of French windows and feature fireplace, a family room and useful study. A fabulous kitchen/diner has been fitted with an extensive range of hi-gloss units with central island and Bosch integrated appliances. A separate utility room sits just off. A cloakroom off the entrance hall completes the ground floor. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, two of which have en-suite facilities. A further family bathroom serves the remaining bedrooms. A viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this wonderful home.
Location: Situated on the outskirts of the historic village of Markyate on the Bedfordshire/Hertfordshire border this home enjoys a rural setting yet is within close proximity to the larger towns of Harpenden and St Albans. Markyate is also close by catering for everyday needs. The property is surrounded by lovely countryside walks.