15th century Hertfordshire home on the market for the first time ever

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Photo credit: Knight Frank
Photo credit: Knight Frank

This period home in Hertfordshire is currently on the market for the first time in its history, for £1,400,000. The Walnuts was originally a hall house, with a coach house adjacent to it that could now be used for storage, or converted into its own living space.

From the outside, the property seems pretty inconspicuous. Located in Hertford town centre, it's surrounded by plenty of shops and cafes, excellent schools and leisure facilities and a wide selection of bars and restaurants.

Step inside and you'll find a spacious hall, where you can pass straight under the antique timber frames and into a generously spaced dining room. Take a right through the hall to a set of stairs, arriving at the landing with the bedrooms nearby. Or, take a left through the arched opening to find yourself in the kitchen.

Photo credit: Knight Frank
Photo credit: Knight Frank

The kitchen has been modified with overhead lighting and varnished wooden panels. The brickwork over the stove and the aged timber beams are the original features.

Upstairs, along with the bedrooms, you’ll find a quaint reading nook, with bookshelves and an armchair.

The bedrooms are charming and bright, with large windows allowing the sunlight in and giving a great view of the garden.

The garden itself is green and forest-like, with a stone-walled pond greeting you as you exit the kitchen, complete with lily pads.

Photo credit: Knight Frank
Photo credit: Knight Frank

Beyond the conservatory is a collection of well-trimmed mini hedges. Across from that is a raised platform for sitting, perfect for admiring your day’s work of gardening, or for an evening lounge with friends.

This property is currently on the market for £1,400,000 with Knight Frank.

Take a tour for yourself below...

Photo credit: Knight Frank
Photo credit: Knight Frank
Photo credit: Knight Frank
Photo credit: Knight Frank
Photo credit: Knight Frank
Photo credit: Knight Frank
Photo credit: Knight Frank
Photo credit: Knight Frank
Photo credit: Knight Frank
Photo credit: Knight Frank
Photo credit: Knight Frank
Photo credit: Knight Frank

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