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image  Orchard Avenue, Berkhamsted, HP4


image ££675,000 Guide

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Property Description

A well presented three bedroom property with south backing rear garden ad planning consent to extend if required (Dacorum Borough Council ref: 4/01233/16/FHA). Situated along this popular tree lined avenue and close to favoured local primary schools, the property features a log burning stove, two bath/shower rooms and large frontage with driveway parking for three cars. EPR: D

Directions:
From Berkhamsted station, follow Lower Kings Road to the crossroads and traffic lights with High Street. Turn right along the High Street and take the 6th turning on the left into Cross Oak Road. Continue to the crossroads and turn right into Shrublands Road. Continue along this road and take the 3rd turning into Finch Road. Continue and take the 1st right into Orchard Avenue. No 19 can be found on the left hand side.

Location
Berkhamsted is a vibrant town, situated within the Chiltern Hills and providing excellent rail links to London Euston (approx. 30 minutes). The historic town, which features the Grand Union Canal and the ruins of an 11th century castle, provides a superb selection of well-known high street brand and boutique shops, bars, restaurants, beautifully restored Art-deco style Rex cinema and sports facilities. Schooling is well catered for with a good selection of state and private schooling, including Berkhamsted School for Boys and Girls which dates back to the 16th century. For those wishing to travel by road, the M25 (jct 20) and the M1 (jct 8) are both within easy reach.


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