A cosy Codicote cottage that dates back to the 17th century has hit the market for £1 million.

Situated on Codicote Road in Welwyn, the four-bedroom home has been listed by Bryan Bishop and Partners.

They say it is an "outstanding" property that offers both convenience and a pleasant semi-rural location.

Originally three farm cottages, the house was extended around 20 years ago, and is well-maintained by its current owners.

It now boasts four bedrooms (two with en-suite), an additional bathroom, shower room, living room, separate sitting room, dining room, study, and a modern kitchen.

Welwyn Hatfield Times: Kitchen

A detached double garage with an office conversion above adds to the convenience.

According to the listing, the ground floor rooms feature "notable period" aspects, including an inglenook fireplace in the main living room, original timber framing, and delightful views over the well-kept south and west facing garden.

The kitchen is modern, fitted with a gas cooking range, an integrated dishwasher and fridge/freezer, as well as laundry facilities.

The first floor houses a master bedroom with an en-suite shower, two further bedrooms, and an additional bathroom.

A spacious guest room with an en-suite shower is also available, accessible through its own staircase from the ground floor.

These rooms enjoy garden views and feature south or west facing windows.

Welwyn Hatfield Times: Double garage

The outdoor assets of the property include a detached double garage with remote control access, driveway parking for three cars, and a spacious, beautifully kept garden.

The garden houses a large lawn, several flower beds, an ornamental fishpond, borders flush with spring flowers, an old gnarled apple tree, well-established boundaries offering seclusion, and several seating areas.

Located on the edge of Welwyn village, the house is situated close to local amenities.

Welwyn St Mary's Primary School and Codicote Primary School are both approximately 0.9 miles away.

The Welwyn North and Knebworth stations are 1.7 and 2.4 miles away respectively, providing good connectivity for residents.

Welwyn Hatfield Times: Look at all that space in the rear garden

There's a ten-minute walk to the High Street, and more extensive facilities can be found in Welwyn Garden City to the south and the Roaring Meg shopping centre to the north.

The estate agents note: "For those wishing to travel into London, Welwyn North station is six minutes away and offers a fast and frequent service into Kings Cross, taking from just 20 minutes, whilst junction 6 of the of the A1(M) is within one mile."

The property is being sold chain-free.

For more information about the property, visit the listing on the Zoopla website.

If you wish to make an offer, or want further details, contact the estate agents Bryan Bishop and Partners by calling 01438 412147 or by filling out a contact form on the Zoopla website.