Beechwood Drive, Aldbury, Tring
- PROPERTY TYPE
2,500 sq ft
232 sq m
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- ELEVATED POSITION WITH PANORAMIC VIEWS
- HIGHLY DESIRABLE HISTORIC VILLAGE LOCATION
- SPACIOUS ACCOMODATION TOTALLING 2500 SQ FT
- ADJOINING THE NATIONAL TRUST ASHRIDGE ESTATE
- CLOSE TO MAINLINE STATION AND TRANSPORT NETWORK
- LOCATED IN A PRIVATE CUL DE SAC
- INTEGRATED DOUBLE GARAGE
- DRIVEWAY PARKING
- EXCELLENT LOCAL SCHOOLS
- PROPERTY CONSTRUCTED IN 2008
An exceptional contemporary home occupying an elevated position allowing you to benefit from the spectacular panoramic views over the village and countryside beyond. The house was completed in 2008 and is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac and adjoins the National Trust Ashridge Estate.
The property has four bedrooms, three reception rooms (approx 2500 SQ FT) and has versatile and light accommodation which has been cleverly designed to maximise the views from most rooms. It is a fantastic home for entertaining. The main front door is reached by stairs and then comprises entrance hall, lounge, dining room, fully fitted kitchen/breakfast room with built in appliances, music room, study, utility room and separate W/C. On the floor above, the master suite has the benefit of an en-suite bath/shower room and spacious dressing area. There are three further double bedrooms one with an en-suite, separate fully tiled family bathroom. Double garage with electric roller door.
The driveway is block paved and there is a side access to the rear garden which is terraced with a lawned area and further stairs to the wooden deck which benefits from magnificent views over Aldbury village and the far reaching countryside there beyond. A further wooded area of garden leads directly onto the Ashridge Estate.
The village of Aldbury, fame for its village pond and medieval stocks is one of the county's most sought after villages which sits at the foot of the Chiltern Hills and lies within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It also adjoins the National Trust Ashridge Estate with which there are 5000 acres to enjoy from your door step.
Aldbury boats two popular destination pub/dining rooms, a 12th Century church, village hall, two cafes a pre school and highly regarded primary school (Ofsted Rated Good). A major benefit is the local shop/post office which serves the local community. There is a recreational ground, tennis courts and the popular allotments.
Tring station is a mile away allowing an easy commute to London Euston within 40 minutes. The A41, M1 and M25 are close by as are the local historic market towns of Tring and Berkhamsted which offer an array of independent restaurants and businesses as well as local supermarkets.
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Beechwood Drive, Aldbury, Tring
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Tring Station1.0 miles
- Berkhamsted Station3.1 miles
- Cheddington Station4.8 miles
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