A wonderfully restored and converted former Quaker Meeting House dated 1696 in the quiet village heart of historic Baldock, a charming market town. Combines full renovation with ancient timbers & other features. 4 minute walk to station: half hour away by train from London & Cambridge.
The main central living space is open plan. Modern bathrooms and toilets; kitchen recently fully re-decorated and re-furbished with new dishwasher and washing machine. A faithful blend of old and new, waking up to the sound of the nearby church bells in a peaceful part of a medieval market town close to all amenities and local points of interest like Hatfield House and Knebworth House, as well as lovely country walks from your door. All the busyness and culture of Cambridge and London are less than half an hour away. A good place for exploring further afield in East Anglia and the Heart of England with the A1 (M) motorway nearby. Quakers would find it an especially interesting place to stay given Baldock's connections with George Fox and John Woolman.
Tilgang for gjester
All parts of the house accessible with parking on a private space next to the house.
Interaksjon med Gjester
I am usually around to meet and greet.
This is my only home and I love it. Please treat it well, respectfully and considerately. My neighbours are friendly and quiet, as I would like you to be. One small well behaved dog would be permitted so long as they stay off the furniture and downstairs.