Dairyglen Avenue, Cheshunt, Hertfordshire

£390,000 For Sale
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Property Description

  • Semi-detached
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • West-facing Garden
  • Off-street parking
  • Conservatory
  • Downstairs Cloakroom
  • Quiet & desirable cul-de-sac
  • Walking distance to 2 x stations (direct into London)
  • Close to the Old Pond amenities
  • Contact Woodhouse today

Woodhouse are pleased to offer this well-presented 2-bedroom home situated in one of Cheshunt's most quiet & desirable cul-de-sacs. This particular Semi is set off the main loop of Dairyglen Avenue, meaning it’s more quiet and with less vehicular traffic.

This home is a semi-detached and comes with a double driveway as well as a west-facing Garden for plenty of natural sunlight. Once inside the property, there is an entrance hall that leads to the front kitchen, storage and downstairs Cloakroom. Beyond this is the Lounge and modern Conservatory. Upstairs there are 2 x Double Bedrooms & the Family Bathroom.

Dairyglen Avenue is within easy reach of excellent amenities and transport links (see below for further details). An early viewing is highly recommended, contact Woodhouse today to arrange a viewing and come see what this home has to offer you!


What can you expect living in this neighbourhood?

- The house is within walking distance to two stations, Theobalds Grove and Cheshunt, both with regular direct routes into London. Liverpool Street takes only about 25 minutes for example, and Oxford Circus only about 40.

- You are also well-served in terms of road links. In under 10 minutes, you are on the M25. And shortly beyond that take your pick for the M1, M11 & A1. The A10 is just a couple of minutes drive away, again with its quick and direct route to London, or north towards Cambridge.

- You are a few minutes drive away from Brookfield Centre, with its array of large shops and eateries. Brookfield is also part of an exciting and staggering £400-million development project, which will include under current plans up to 315,000 sq ft of retail space, 250,000 sq ft of leisure space, boutique shops, restaurants and finally a cinema.

- Also a 10 minute drive away is Paradise Wildlife Park. An annual pass is recommended for the kids to enjoy the safari animals and reptiles, as well as the nationally-renowned 'mini-Jurassic Park' with over 30 life-Sized moving dinosaurs.

- A few minutes away is Lea Valley, a vast area encompassing heritage sites, cycling, walking, white water rafting, horse riding, nature reserves and wide open spaces.

- Within walking distance is the Cheshunt Community Sports Park in Albury Ride. Facilities include Indoor & Outdoor Bowls, Fitness Gym, Squash courts, Sports Therapy, Personal Training, Football, Community Hub for the elderly and a Dance School. The Laura Trott Centre also has a gym, pool, indoor courts (badminton / squash / basketball) and outdoor tennis courts.

- 15 minutes walk away is Cedars Park which has Green Flag Status. A delightful place to visit with its variety of trees and peaceful atmosphere. It is the site of the Royal Palace of Theobalds, residence of King James I.

- The latest news is that Hollywood is coming to Europe, and with a whole continent to choose from they have selected this borough as their base. The behemoth Sunset Studios are ploughing £700m to take 91 acres in nearby greenfield.

- There is further development by the Old Pond / Cheshunt Station. Further evidence of the confidence in this town's popularity for those wishing to escape London's congestion, who wish pleasant green surroundings with all the amenities needed.