Fore Street, Hatfield, Hertfordshire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
• Porch

• Sitting room

• Dining area

• Kitchen

• 3 Bedrooms

• Family bathroom

• Cellar

• Terrace

• Parking permit scheme

• Courtyard

Bullet Points

Porch | Sitting room | Dining area | Kitchen | 3 Bedrooms | Family bathroom | Cellar | Terrace

The property

5 Fore Street is a fine Grade II Listed terraced house, dating from the late 18th century and set in a desirable position in the heart of the Old Hatfield conservation area. The property has several original features, including sash windows and an external wrought-iron sign holder, which remains in place on the front wall, while inside the accommodation is clean and neutral, with high quality fittings throughout.

The main ground floor living space is the 22ft sitting room and dining area, which has a blocked-off original fireplace and built-in shelving, while to the rear, the kitchen storage units in white to base level, shelving to the walls and space for all of the necessary appliances.

The first floor has the well-presented principal bedroom, and the family bathroom, while there are a further two double bedrooms on the second floor, with all bedrooms benefitting from built-in storage.


Hatfield mainline station 0.4 miles (25 minutes to London Kings Cross and Moorgate 40 minutes), Hatfield town centre 0.5 miles, A1(M) (Jct 3) 2.2 miles, Welwyn Garden City 3.2 miles, St. Albans 5.3 miles


The property lies in the heart of Old Hatfield and is set within a conservation area. The town centre which is half a mile away, has a selection of shops, amenities, a variety of large supermarkets and the Galleria shopping centre.

The area also has access to excellent leisure facilities including local golf courses at Mill Green and Essendon Country Club and a David Lloyd fitness centre. Local schooling includes the Countess Anne Church of England School for primary and Bishop's Hatfield Girls' School, both rated outstanding by Ofsted, while there are also several excellent independent schools within easy reach, including Queenswood School and Lochinver House School. The park, woodland and beautiful gardens of Hatfield House are on the property's doorstep and residents of the area benefit from all year round access, as well as discounts for the shops and restaurants within the grounds. Hatfield is well connected for transport links, with the A1(M) just two miles from the property, while Hatfield mainline station provides services to London Kings Cross (25 minutes).


At the front, the property opens onto Fore Street, with its wealth of attractive historic buildings. Resident parking permit scheme operating Monday to Friday is available along one side of Fore Street.

To the rear there is a walled courtyard area, accessed via the kitchen, while the first floor has access to a south-facing roof terrace at the rear, which is an ideal spot for al fresco dining.

01727 530090

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