Creeve is situated on the southern edge of the North Hertfordshire village of Barley. The village is set on high ground towards the eastern edge of The Chilterns, the village has an extraordinary range of excellent facilities and there is delightful countryside, footpaths and bridle paths right on the doorstep. The university town of Cambridge can be reached by car in a 25 minute drive.
The house is set in an elevated position and has open views and provides about 2680 sq ft of floor area which includes the garage. Creeve is of a standard construction, cavity brick and blockwork with brick internal walls and is set back from a minor lane.
The accommodation is set round a central hallway with a cloakroom and three principal reception rooms. The sitting room is the largest of these rooms and has an open fireplace and double doors leading to a covered terrace. The kitchen/dining room has a wide range of storage cupboards, a Britannia range cooker with an extractor hood, integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher, under counter fridge, central island unit and a wood burning stove. Adjoining there is a cloaks cupboard in the utility room which has an oil fired boiler, plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. On the first floor there are five bedrooms, well proportioned, and with views. There is an en suite shower room to the principle bedroom and a family bathroom.
To the front there is a semi-circular ‘in and out’ driveway which provides parking and leads to a brick built double garage. The grounds are easily maintained, there are a large number of Spring bulbs and established fruit trees. The gardens lies principally to the front of the property and face south. The total plot size is about 0.25 of an acre.