Churchgate House may be the best of both worlds; a village house with a predominantly rural feel. An unusual situation accessed off a minor lane and benefitting from very little through traffic. The property probably dates from the late 16th century and is Grade II Listed, considered to be of architectural and historical merit. The setting is delightful and the views up to the house from the river with a backdrop of St Mary’s Church must be one of the finest in East Hertfordshire. The accommodation is principally arranged over two floors, although there is a second floor and a cellar. In the last few years the house has benefitted from a thoughtful programme of repair and restoration.
A side lane leads to a driveway which runs behind the house and leads to a triple garage and a workshop. The gardens are easily maintained with lawns, shrubs and a terrace.