An exclusive development of just two detached family homes, situated just off the green in the pretty village of Tewin.
Select development of two detached family homes, built with a style and quality sympathetic to its surroundings, situated just off the village green in this extremely pretty Hertfordshire village. The accommodation is arranged over two floors and extends to approximately 1850 sq feet (excluding the garage). The properties are traditionally built with brick construction, double glazed uPVC windows with locks and gas underfloor heating downstairs and radiators on the first floor. The bespoke kitchen will include integrated appliances with granite work surfaces and the bathrooms feature luxury white Roca suites with fitted vanity units with marble worktops. There is a full interior alarm system, mains wired smoke detectors and the properties come with a 10 year warranty.
Externally, the gardens are south facing and approximately 50ft in depth and will be comprehensively landscaped. There is a single garage with electronically operated door.
The properties are situated in a tucked away position just off Hertford Road, close to the village green. Tewin is a quiet, historical village positioned just to the north east of Welwyn Garden City in Hertfordshire and is surrounded by beautiful and picturesque countryside and hosts a number of sporting activities such as tennis, cricket and football clubs, a memorial hall and two public houses. There is also a village shop and renowned primary school. Tewin dates back to Saxon times and there are numerous old buildings and 17th century cottages around the village. The local church of St. Peter is half a mile south west of Lower Green and was original built around 604 AD. It is believed to have been destroyed during the Norman Conquest and was then rebuilt around 1086 with further modifications thereafter. The larger towns of Welwyn Garden City and Hertford offer all the convenience, with an extensive range of shopping facilities, supermarkets, branded fashion stores, cafes and eateries. Mainline rail services are found at both these nearby towns as well as Welwyn North station at Digswell, and there are good transport links via the A1.