Guide Price £1,250,000 - Available

  • An elegant Victorian town house of generous proportion
  • A wealth of Period features carefully retained by the current owners
  • Flexible accommodation with four bedrooms & three reception rooms
  • Potential for a loft conversion (subject to required consents)
  • Newly improved private walled courtyard, enjoying a sunny aspect
  • Newly refurbished, versatile brick built garden studio suitable for a number of uses
  • Parking to the rear of the courtyard garden
  • Potential for stylish loft conversion (subject to required consents)
  • Designed by William Huckvale, built in 1897

Designed by one of Rothschild's architects, William Huckvale and built in 1897, this impressive four bedroom town house enjoys a wonderful location on the High Street of Tring. A newly renovated studio is a versatile and exciting feature.

Enjoying a prominent aspect in the heart of the town, within walking distance of all the amenities, coffee shops and eateries, this splendid Victorian Freehold property has been a much loved family home, enjoyed by the current custodians. A wealth of character has been meticulously retained - of particular note is the fine staircase, the large stained and leaded windows and the former safe room, now a stylish kitchen/breakfast room. Elegant high ceilings with decorative cornice, impressive sash windows and numerous original fireplaces, together with polished wood panelling all combine to create an elegant home of substantial proportion. Each room has it's own charm, the first floor sitting room a fabulous place to relax, overlooking the High Street with views of the old Post Office and Baptist Chapel beyond, the bedrooms, generously proportioned and a marvellous study on the ground floor in addition to the dining/family room with its partially vaulted ceiling, sky light and fire place. Outside is a private, professionally landscaped, walled courtyard garden and a newly refurbished brick built out house. Double gates provide vehicular access if required. There is parking for two small cars, or one large car to the rear of the property. Early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the grandeur of number 72 High Street Tring, first time to the market in over twenty five years and the first time ever to the market, as a residential property.

The historic small market town of Tring is surrounded by beautiful Chilterns countryside just a few miles away from routes providing excellent access to London. Tring town centre provides a range of small specialist shops, restaurants and public houses. Excellent schooling is available for all ages, including independent schools such as The Tring Park School for Performing Arts and the renowned Berkhamsted School. Connections are superb with access to the A41 (providing a direct link to the M25 J20) and from there the national motorway network. Tring main line station provides a fast and frequent service in to London Euston from 36 minutes.

Dacorum Borough Council

By appointment with Cesare & Co, 48 High Street, Tring, Hertfordshire, HP23 5AG.

Although these particulars, together with any photographs and/or any floor plans, are intended to give a fair description of the property, they do not constitute any offer or any part of a Contract. The Vendors, his Agents, Cesare & Co and persons in the employment do not give any warranty whatever in relation to this property. All measurements are approximate. Any appliances and/or services mentioned within these particulars have not been tested or verified by the Agent. All negotiations should be conducted through Cesare & Co.

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Dacorum Borough Council, Band G

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Purchasers must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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