Period property offers underfloor-heated kitchen
Close to Tring in Hertfordshire, a Grade II listed property has become available with an asking price of £2 million.
At the heart of the impressive seven-bedroom home is an expertly tiled farmhouse kitchen, which has a luxurious underfloor heating system fitted within. Stone tiles and underfloor heating are renowned for being exceptionally compatible, as the natural material is an excellent conductor for the radiant warmth of such an innovative system.
Dubbed Church Farm House, the spacious property is located in the hamlet of Wiltstone, at the very end of a quiet lane with no through traffic. Its period features include a double-fronted façade in a Georgian style, high-ceilinged rooms, shuttered sash windows, exposed timber beams and open fireplaces.
Along with the numerous bedrooms beneath its roof, the spacious home also boasts five reception rooms, which include a snug fitted with French doors, a sitting room with its own fireplace and a study with in-built storage. There is also a dining room with a floor of quarry tiles, which is accessed directly from a formal-style front door.
A family bathroom, shower room and guest shower room can also be found within the property, as can a roomy mezzanine that makes a perfect location for hobbyists.
The main house also has a barn conversion that is completely detached, providing ideal accommodation for relatives or visiting guests. This additional building also contains a mezzanine storage area reached by stairs and an attached garage.
The property’s gardens have walls on three sides and picturesque countryside views to the rear.