The property occupies a site that extends to approximately 0.1 acres, and is situated to the rear of the Radcliffe Arms Public House. It is bound by residential properties to the north and east and fronts onto the Verulam Road to the west. The site consists of a tarmacadam car parking area associated with the Radcliffe Arms and an area that has been laid to lawn with a single storey outbuilding.
The property has planning permission for two 4 bed semi-detached properties arranged over ground, first and second floors. Each property benefits from a master bedroom with en-suite, separate bathroom, study, large kitchen/dining room, sitting room and separate snug. They also have off-road parking to the side of each property with electric charging points and separate rear gardens. The properties are set back from the Verulam Road frontage.
Our understanding of the property’s boundary is shown on the OS plan and is for illustrative purposes only.
The property is located in Hitchin, a popular market town in North Hertfordshire. Hitchin is located 10 miles north east of Luton and 17 miles south east of Bedford.
The property is located on Verulam Road, a 10 minute walk east from the High Street, near the Radcliffe Arms Public House. Hitchin train station can be reached within a 7 minute walk.
The A1(M) Motorway is approximately 3 miles east and the M1 Motorway approximately 10 miles west.
Hitchin Railway Station provides direct connections to Cambridge and London Kings Cross and St Pancras International with an average journey time of 33 minutes.