A charming Grade II-listed end-of-terrace cottage in the heart of Great Wymondley near Hitchin is available for purchase with a guide price of £635k.

The property comes with pleasing views of the village green and St Mary's Church, according to the estate agent, Ashtons.

Ashton's representative shared that this characteristic home, believed to date back to 1871, perfectly blends modern refinements and original features.

The Comet: The property went on the market on April 15The property went on the market on April 15 (Image: Ashtons)

Notable among these are the unique historical elements of the house, such as the original fireplace in the spacious sitting room, and period fixtures throughout.

The current owners have made a series of "sympathetic renovations" to the property.

Modernisation efforts, including slimline double-glazing installations on all doors and windows and full repointing, have allowed the property to maintain its character while catering to present-day requirements.

The Comet: The house is on the market with a guide price of £635,000The house is on the market with a guide price of £635,000 (Image: Ashtons)

The house comprises a contemporary kitchen, two comfortable reception rooms, three bedrooms, and a first-floor bathroom.

The ground floor features an extra room, versatile enough for use as a study or additional bedroom.

Upstairs, potential buyers will find two double bedrooms, a family bathroom, and an additional small space, which could serve as a study or dressing area.

The Comet: This is one of three bedroomsThis is one of three bedrooms (Image: Ashtons)

The property also incorporates a driveway and a useful outbuilding, alongside providing suitable off-road parking,

The private front garden has an array of established plants, trees, and shrubs, and offers direct access to the village green.

The property is situated in the picturesque village of Great Wymondley, known for its strong community spirit and striking green landscapes.

The Comet: More photos of the property are available on ZooplaMore photos of the property are available on Zoopla (Image: Ashtons)

It boasts a variety of amenities, such as a recreation ground, children’s play area, a public house, a community garden, and a village hall.

The village hosts several local groups and clubs, contributing to the quaint village's overall allure.

The property enjoys convenient transportation links making it attractive for commuters.

A local bus stop outside the property provides ready connection to Hitchin and Stevenage.

Hitchin railway station, located about 1.8 miles away, offers direct services to Kings Cross.

Hitchin also boasts a range of amenities, including shops, cafés, restaurants, and a swimming pool complex.