About 12 Farmery Court
Secure entry phone system into communal hallway with lift and stairs to all floors and bin store.
Private Front door into;
Spacious reception hall with double door airing cupboard housing water tanks, radiator, call monitor to 24 hour emergency nurse, Entry phone.
Sitting / Dining Room: 5.69m x 4.52m (18’8” x 14’10”)
A welcoming room with gently sloping wall to one side incorporating a panel glazed French door onto a Juliet balcony with pleasant outlook over the village. Two panelled radiators, TV/FM & telephone points, coving to ceiling, room for dining table and chairs, large opening into;
Kitchen: 3.63m x 1.73m (11’11” x 5’9”)
A Modern well equipped kitchen with a range of white eye and base level units with under cupboard lighting, roll edge counter tops incorporating a stainless steel one and a half bowl sink, integrated appliances include Neff electric oven, microwave/grill, four ring electric hob, integrated fridge freezer, tiled splash backs, plinth heating & vinyl flooring.
Master Bedroom: 3.45m x 2.84m min (11’4” x 9’4 ” min)
Front aspect window, built-in double wardrobes, radiator, TV/FM & telephone points and door onto;
En Suite Shower Room:
Part tiled En Suite comprising a pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, fully tiled enclosed shower cubicle, radiator, wall mounted mirrored vanity cupboard, shaver point with light and extractor fan.
Bedroom Two: 3.38m x2.18m (11’1” x 7’2”)
A front aspect window with a pleasant outlook, radiator, coving to ceiling, TV/FM and telephone points.
A good size bathroom comprising a modern panel enclosed bath with shower above and glass screen, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC, wall mounted mirror with shaver point and light, mirrored vanity cupboard, radiator, recessed spotlights and built-in extractor.
Well maintained grounds including a delightful Japanese water garden.
Castle Village is a 28 acre site located next to Berkhamsted Golf Club and set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – thousands of acres of land managed by the National Trust. The village is built around the Grade II listed mansion house that provides the focal point for the community.