|Added on Rightmove:||09 March 2012 (1689 days ago)|
- Exclusive mansion apartment
- Extensive grounds
- Historical building dating back to 1689
- Accommodation over two floors
- Tastefully adapted for modern living
- River views
Full descriptionSet within well tended grounds adjacent to the River Mimram this delightful building has many original features and tasteful decoration over two floors of ample accommodation. Each room retains the appeal of the buildings features and high quality furnishing, fixtures and fittings making this a highly desirable property which is rarely available.
The property is located within easy walking distance of the Welwyn North rail station with links to London King's Cross and Moorgate stations. Rail links are also available to the North with access to Stevenage, Cambridge and Peterborough. Conveniently located for road access to the M1, A1 and M25 motorways, this location is ideal for the commuter who values the country life and retreat of this idyllic Hertfordshire setting.
This property is in the catchment for a range of excellent schools with boarding and day entry to accommodate nursery, junior and senior education. These are highly regarded schools with international links and support for overseas entrants. Independent schools locally are as follows:
Sherrardswood School - independent small and friendly, co-educational school for 2-18 years http://www.sherrardswood.co.uk/
Haileybury co-educational day and boarding school 11-18 years http://www.haileybury.com/
Heath Mount School is a leading independent day and boarding school for boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 13. http://www.heathmount.org/
St Edmunds College and Prep. An independent Catholic day and boarding, and England's oldest Catholic school, St Edmund's welcomes girls and boys from 3 to 18 years and from all faiths. http://www.stedmundscollege.org/
Queenswood school is an independent day and boarding school for girls from 11 to 18 http://www.queenswood.org/
The main village of Tewin, is situated around a Lower Green, which is surrounded by the village memorial hall, the Rose and Crown pub, Tewin Junior School and a village shop and post office. Half a mile to the north is Upper Green, which hosts various sporting activities such as tennis, cricket and football.
Tewin is set in a rural landscape which retains many features characteristic of ancient countryside and which supports a wide variety of wildlife. The village contains areas set aside for the Hertfordshire and Middlesex Wildlife Trust which are managed by volunteers, these include Tewin Orchard and Hopkyns Wood Nature reserve.
Contact Hetheringtons Lettings at Broxbourne for further details and to arrange a viewing of this magnificent property.
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