We are delighted to publish details of this fantastic wheelchair accessible property for sale which is a semi-detached family home in Bishops Stortford with three-bedrooms. This property is a well-presented home offering spacious and versatile living arranged over two floors. It has parking for two cars in the front with level access into the property and out to the garden.
Features and Description
• Three bed semi-detached wheelchair accessible home • Ground floor accessible WC & cloakroom
• Stylish, modern and fully wheelchair accessible kitchen • En suite wet room and family bathroom
• Two reception rooms • Three double bedrooms
• Fully accessible rear garden, driveway parking and integral garage • Great location close to schools and station
The internal accommodation comprises; wheelchair accessible entrance hallway, accessible WC and ground floor cloakroom (with fixtures for washer/dryer), sitting room leading to a bright conservatory with bifold doors opening onto the rear garden. One of the (many) points that makes this property stand out is the fully wheelchair accessible, modern fitted kitchen with ample storage, integrated appliances, and a breakfast bar. On the first floor leading off from the spacious landing the master bedroom benefits from a stylish ensuite wetroom, there are two further double bedrooms and a four piece family bathroom.
Externally the property enjoys an enclosed garden mainly laid to lawn with raised planters, a stunning water feature and a patio immediately to the rear.
Within easy reach of Bishop’s Stortford’s town centre and less than a 10 minute walk to the mainline station which serves London Liverpool Street, Tottenham Hale, and Cambridge, this great family home is located on a popular residential road which is also home to two of the area’s most highly-regarded secondary schools, Hockerill Anglo European College and the Hertfordshire and Essex High School.
Guide Price £575,000
Who can describe their home better than the current owner?
‘Over the years we have done a lot of work to the house and it is fully adapted but not in a way that looks medicalised and would be suitable for a family. Given the scarcity of accessible accommodation it seems a waste to sell it to someone that doesn’t need the adaptions, and it would make me very happy to help another disabled person.
Downstairs is spacious. There is a double aspect living room, a large open plan kitchen with breakfast bar, recently installed that is fully adapted for me to cook. This includes ovens and microwave at wheelchair height, a raise lower induction hob and a sink with space below for me to wheel into. At the back is a conservatory with underfloor heating, a wood burner and bifold doors to the garden. We tend to leave the bifolds open in the summer and use it as an extension to the garden. We use it as a dining room and second lounge all year round and it has been used as a fourth double bedroom for guests.
First floor comprises three double bedrooms and a large family bathroom (bath, shower sink toilet). I don’t tend to use this but it is big enough to access the bath and turn and exit. The master bedroom has an ensuite wetroom with shower toilet and sink. Drop down shower seat and handles. This I use daily. The bedroom has 800mm door and the rooms are interconnected with a large landing (currently with a cross trainer and free weights for a home gym).
Access to first floor is via a stairlift. This is the third I have had in the 23 years I have lived here. I’m T10 and so can safely use one. I leave my day chair on the ground floor and the landing is large enough to keep a second chair upstairs, so I am fully independent. There is room to put a through floor lift if this was desired or required.’
Get in touch
We have partnered up with a local estate agent who are selling the property to promote this wheelchair accessible property and anticipate it will go quickly. We want to match up a family who require the stylish and well thought out modifications and as the owner has said’ it would make me very happy to help another disabled person’.
If you or someone you know would like to see this, please contact us and we will put you in touch directly with the agent dealing with this property. Any questions, please get in touch without delay on 020 3475 4022 or via our contact form.