A Grade II-listed former coach house has hit the market with a price tag of £725,000 on Woodside Place, Wildhill Road in Essendon.

The property, listed by the estate agents Hobdays, has been converted into an end-terrace home and offers three-bedrooms.

It also comprises of a kitchen, a downstairs cloakroom, a lounge and diner, and a conservatory leading onto a lush, private 150ft garden.

The first floor holds three bedrooms and a family bathroom.

According to the estate agents, this extraordinary development sits within private grounds with well-maintained communal gardens.

It also offers ample parking as well as a garage for the residents.

The home, previously a coach house in a serene rural setting, impresses with an entrance and hallway adorned with a timber entrance door and timber framed sash window.

Welwyn Hatfield Times: The former Coach House went on the market on March 18The former Coach House went on the market on March 18 (Image: Hobdays)

As the residents step in, they are greeted with a coved ceiling, double radiator, a downstairs cloakroom, and stairs leading to the first floor landing.

Further enhancing its appeal, the house boasts a spacious kitchen with a variety of amenities inclusive of a ceramic sink with mixer taps and drainer, ceramic hob with a cooker hood above, and an integrated electric combination double oven and grill.

The kitchen also provides space and plumbing for a washing machine, dishwasher and a tall fridge and freezer.

Welwyn Hatfield Times: The house is valued at £725kThe house is valued at £725k (Image: Hobdays)

The lounge and diner is a comfortable space, highlighted by timber framed sash windows and timber framed French doors which open into the conservatory.

On the first floor, all the bedrooms come with power points and double radiators.

The first bedroom has a stunning view overlooking the garden, while the second room features a fitted wardrobe with mirror fronted sliding doors.

Welwyn Hatfield Times: More photos of the property are available on ZooplaMore photos of the property are available on Zoopla (Image: Hobdays)

The third bedroom boasts garden views and is equipped with a built-in wardrobe.

Moving outside, the property is surrounded by a charming private garden, primarily laid to lawn and landscaped with a range of shrubs and trees.

The garden comes complete with outdoor lighting and a timber shed and greenhouse.

Welwyn Hatfield Times: This is one of three bedroomsThis is one of three bedrooms (Image: Hobdays)

The property's location offers the convenience of standard and ultrafast broadband from various providers; water and electricity needs are covered by mains services, but the house uses oil central heating.

With a service charge of £130, this unique and exclusive stunning home could be a collector's item for any homeowner looking for a blend of rural and modern living.