Queen Adelaide Mews, Radlett, Hertfordshire
- Double Bedrooms
- Off Street Parking
- Beautiful Condition
- Fully Fitted Kitchen
- Semi Detached
Set in the heart of Shenley is this beautiful 4 bedroom semi detached house right next to the village pond. This house has been finished to an exacting standard and includes a 24ft open plan fully fitted kitchen reception room with Bi-Folding doors out to your own private garden, a separate reception room with a feature fireplace. Further benefits include a separate WC, a utility room, with integrated sink, a washing machine, and tumble dryer. On the first floor there are three bedrooms which includes a large principle bedroom with an en-suite shower room two further bedrooms with a family bathroom. On the 2nd floor there is a fourth bedroom (currently used as a study) with ample additional loft storage. Further benefits include two off street parking spaces and feature lighting added to the front of the house.
Shenley is a tranquil village on the outskirts of Radlett with easy access to local shops, a post office, Tesco, nursery and doctors surgery. Shenley Park itself boasts an orchard, a spinney for pleasant walks, a landscaped walled garden, a tea room and play area. It is often open to the public and hosts a number of events throughout the year. It is also convenient for Radlett village with it's Thameslink mainline station and motorway links to the M1, A1(M) and M25. Shenley Village boasts two primary schools, and is within easy access of an excellent variety of schools, both in the state and private sector.
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