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The Property NO UPPER CHAIN.LIVED IN BY A SINGLE OWNER AND OFFERED IN OUTSTANDING/NEARLY NEW CONDITION THROUGHOUT. VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Purplebricks are delighted to offer this meticulously designed four bedroom detached family home in this highly desirable Fairfield Park development. The house briefly comprises of four excellent double bedrooms and three bathrooms (2 en-suite shower rooms) upstairs. Downstairs the property has a superb lounge, a separate dining room and a stunning office/study, a fully fitted kitchen diner and a utility room as well as a downstairs cloakroom. The current owner has invested in the highest quality solid oak flooring that runs throughout. Outside the property has a small front garden and to the rear a decked garden that has been superbly designed to add an extra contemporary living space in the summer. There is also a laid lawn to the rear, a large driveway accessible through private double gates and also a double double garage. The property is situated within 100′s of acres of stunning parkland, all internal pathways and green communal areas are kept to a very high manicured standard. Fairfield Park offers fantastic walks around both the Green and Blue lagoons, as well as the established parkland. Fairfield Park is centrally located to all major link roads A1, link roads to the M1 into London and Cambridge as well as Bedford and Milton Keynes. Fast train links into London Kings Cross via Letchworth are approximately 35-40mins. On the park itself there is a Tesco′s convenience store, Bannatyne′s Gym and new Spa, The new Orchard Restaurant, dry cleaners and Eden hair salon along with Fairfield Park Cricket & Bowls Club. There are many secure play parks for children along with speed restricted roads for family safety.
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The Property A beautifully presented four-bedroom town house offering excellent family living space throughout. The property has three double bedrooms and one single, an en-suite to the master, private garden, allocated parking, and is located in a quiet road on the outskirts of Stotfold. Location Stotfold is a growing town situated in the south east of Bedfordshire, close to the border with Hertfordshire. A historic town, the oldest surviving building is St Mary′s Parish Church which dates back to Norman times and still contains traces of its traditional architecture. The picturesque River Ivel runs through the town, and there are a range of independent shops, pubs, restaurants and a doctor’s surgery. TRANSPORT LINKS:Stotfold is ideal for communting with the A1(M) Junction 10 only about a mile away. Stotfold is near to the Arlesey, Baldock and Letchworth train stations (Arlesey 2.5 miles, Baldock 3 miles and Letchworth Garden City 3.6 miles). There is fast service to Kings Cross from Letchworth or Arlesey (35-40 mins)
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PUBLIC NOTICEMortgagees in possession are now in receipt of an offer for the sum of £575,000 for 120 Wilbury Road, Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire, SG6 4JG.Anyone wishing to place an offer on the property should contact Charter Whyman at 37 Station Road, Letchworth, SG6 3QB, or by telephoning the number shown in our heading before exchange of contracts or within the next 7 days whichever is sooner.HIGHLY INDIVIDUAL PROPERTY • EXTENDED EXHIBITION COTTAGE PLUS VERSATILE ANNEXE IDEAL FOR DEPENDENT RELATIVE • POSSIBLE OTHER USES, SUBJECT TO ANY NECESSARY CONSENTS • QUARTER ACRE GARDENSPlease note the length of time remaining on the lease; it will be the buyer’s responsibility to ensure their mortgage lender will lend on the property, prior to making any offer. Any interested party will be responsible for extending the lease, after completion and will need to make their own enquiries in relation to this.The Accommodation - THE HOUSE: Reception Hall • Dining Room • Sitting Room • Family Room • Kitchen/Breakfast Room • Landry/Shower RoomLanding • Bedroom 1 • Bedroom 2 • Bedroom 3 • Bathroom • Box Room Attic Room 1 • Attic Room 2THE ANNEXE: Kitchen/Breakfast Room • Lobby • Shower Room • Dining Hall • Sitting RoomLanding Room • Bedroom 1 • Bedroom 2The Property - This unusual and versatile property is one with great potential. At its heart is one of the renowned Exhibition Cottages of 1905 and the original semi detached house has been well extended in a style which perfectly matches that of the original cottage, providing spacious accommodation. The detached Annexe adds a whole extra dimension to the property and is ideal as a home for dependent relatives or as offices for those working from home, subject to any necessary planning consents.Both sections of the property are now in need of refurbishment to a greater or lesser extent. There is independent gas fired central heating to both house and annexe.Please note the length of time remaining on the lease; it will be the buyers responsibility to ensure their mortgage lender will lend on the property, prior to making any offer. Any interested party will be responsible for extending the lease, after completion and will need to make their own enquiries in relation to this.The Outside - The plot extends to about a quarter of an acre, with the house and annexe sitting some 55′ (16.76m) back from the road. The front garden is screened by hedges and laid to lawn with mature pine trees and herbaceous border. The gravel driveway provides off-street parking for at least 4 vehicles. A gate between the cottage and the annexe and leads to the attractive rear garden, which measures about 108′ by 60′ (32.92m x 18.28m). The garden is laid to lawn with shingle patio, herbaceous borders, ornamental fish pond, fruit trees and ornamental shrubs and trees. Summerhouse, Workshop, Garden Shed & Greenhouse.The Location - Wilbury Road is an established and well regarded residential road on the north-west side of Letchworth Garden City. No 120 is just three-quarters of a mile from the town′s mainline railway station with the town′s shopping centre is just beyond the station. Letchworth Garden City is on the Cambridge to London Kings Cross mainline with the fastest service to London Kings Cross taking just 28 minutes and Cambridge only 26 minutes away in the other direction. For those travelling by car, Junction 9 on the A1(M) is just a 2.7 mile drive.Designed in the early 20th Century to combine the benefits of town and country, Letchworth Garden City was the world’s first example of this concept and succeeds to this day in achieving its aim. The town provides excellent schools, shops, leisure facilities and green open spaces, the most notable of which, the 63-acre Norton Common, is within a quarter of a mile.Tenure - LEASEHOLD: 99 year lease from 29th September 1995; 74 years unexpired. Ground Rent: £5 pa.Letchworth′s Exhibition Cottages - Just over a century ago, a vision emerged of attractive, functional and affordable houses for agricultural workers to counter the flight of workers to mines and cities for better pay. The plan was to attract them back, with houses to be sold at £150 each in a town designed from the ground up. Achieving this price while still providing desirable housing would be the goal of an architecture competition, and the result was the Cheap Cottages Exhibition. Innovation and good design would hold down costs, whilst maintaining quality. The resulting explosion of creativity would attract 60,000 - 80,000 visitors to the 1905 Exhibition, literally putting Letchworth on the map by creating a new stop on the Great Northern line. It was a precursor of the first Ideal Home Exhibition, and a huge influence in town planning worldwide. A second Exhibition followed in 1907 and almost all of the cottages still stand.
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The Property Purplebricks are delighted to welcome onto the market this spacious two bedroom property with fitted kitchen, dining room, spacious lounge, a wet room and two bedrooms, the property also benefits from a private garden and driveway parking at the side. Oil fired heating and the site has an age restriction of over 50′s.Ickleford is a beautiful village situated on the outskirts of Hitchin town centre and provides its residents with a local shop, highly rated primary school, community centre and a pleasant local community. Just a short distance from Ickleford is Hitchin town centre which offers a further host of popular shops, restaurants, bars and leisure facilities along with convenient access into London, Cambridge and Peterborough via both direct rail link and the A1(m).£140 Per Month Ground Rent
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The Property Purplebricks are delighted to welcome onto the market this, beautifully presented, FULLY MODERNISED three/four bedroom EXTENDED DETACHED family home located in a picturesque setting, in the charming, highly sought Hertfordshire village of Ickleford. Located in a quiet no through road, this really is one of the most desirable locations in Ickleford, benefiting from field views from every aspect. The property ticks all the boxes and comprises of three double bedrooms, study / bedroom, large 24ft open plan kitchen / diner, utility with access to garage, large dual aspect lounge and two family bathrooms. Outside the property benefits from a private rear garden and to the front the gated house has ample driveway parking and a front garden / patio. Ickleford in our opinion is a quintessential English village and has been known to have won several best kept village awards over the years. It benefits from having a great community spirit, its own excellent school, a sports ground, church, numerous pubs and a local shop. Located within a short walk to neighbouring town Hitchin, which provides train links - makes this village an ideal choice.Hitchin train station is just 2.6 miles from the property from where trains to Kings Cross take just 30
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£370,000 Guide Price

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DELIGHTFUL EARLY GARDEN CITY TOWN COTTAGE • PART OF THE MUCH ADMIRED GRADE II LISTED BIRD’S FARM ESTATE DESIGNED BY PARKER & UNWIN THEMSELVES • EXCELLENT DINING ROOM EXTENSION • PLEASANT COURTYARD STYLE REAR GARDEN • OFF-STREET PARKING • SOUGHT AFTER LOCATIONThe Accommodation - Recessed Porch • Sitting Room • Kitchen • Dining RoomLanding • Bedroom 1 • Bedroom 2 • BathroomThe Property - This delightful early Garden City town cottage forms part of the Grade II listed Bird′s Farm Estate designed by Parker & Unwin, the chief architects of the Garden City project, and built in 1906. This pioneer estate was the earliest estate layout of its type, and the prototype of many future developments throughout the country. Very well modernised and extended, the cottage fully retains its original character and charm with its signature parquet flooring in the main reception room and the dining room extension to the rear adds a whole extra dimension.The two bedrooms are served by a well appointed first floor bathroom, which boasts both bath and shower.The cottage benefits from virtually full double-glazing with the windows to the front having hardwood frames and gas fired central heating.The Outside - The cottage is set at the head of a small close off the main run of Ridge Road with the open front garden being laid to lawn with ornamental shrubs. The brick paved and gravel forecourt provided off-street parking.The charming split-level block paved rear courtyard garden is some 23′ (6.94m) in depth and enjoys considerable privacy with an attractive wooded spinney screening it at the rear. It also has herbaceous borders and ornamental shrubs. Timber garden shed. Gate to the spinney to the rear.The Location - Ridge Road is a much sought-after residential road of attractive cottages dating from the early days of the Garden City, close to Howard Park on the eastern side of the town centre. No 42 is within half a mile of the town centre and the mainline railway station. Letchworth Garden City is on the Cambridge to London Kings Cross mainline with the fastest service to London Kings Cross taking just 28 minutes and Cambridge 26 minutes away in the other direction. Junction 9 on the A1(M) is just 1.6 miles away by car.Designed in the early 20th Century to combine the benefits of town and country, Letchworth Garden City was the world’s first example of this concept and succeeds to this day in achieving its aim. The town provides excellent schools, shops, leisure facilities and green open spaces. Hillshott Infant School is within a quarter of a mile.
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£400,000 Guide Price

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DELIGHTFUL GRADE II LISTED EARLY GARDEN CITY COTTAGE • PLEASANT OUTLOOK OVER ′VILLAGE GREEN′ • GARDENS FRONT & REAR • FAVOURED CENTRAL LOCATION • CHARACTER FEATURES THROUGHOUTThe Accommodation - Entrance Porch • Sitting Room • Kitchen • Conservatory/Dining Room • Cloakroom/WCLanding • Master Bedroom • Bedroom 2 • Bedroom 3 • BathroomSide PassagewayThe Property - This delightful and authentic early Garden City cottage is Grade II listed as part of the Birds Hill Estate designed by Parker & Unwin, the architects in charge of the Garden City project, in 1906 and developing the concept of the village green layout they first proposed in 1898. No 110 enjoys a pleasant outlook over the ′village green′ at the heart of the scheme.The cottage fully retains its original character with period fireplaces and a fine parquet floor to the sitting room. It has been well updated and improved and benefits from modern kitchen and first floor bathroom, ground floor WC and gas fired central heating. The conservatory/dining room has underfloor heating. The windows have been replaced with sealed unit double-glazing in timber frames to designs approved by the Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation.The Outside - The cottage stands overlooking the central green in a fine plot measuring some 118′ (35.9m) in length overall and set back behind a front garden laid to lawn with herbaceous borders and ornamental shrubs.A passageway leads to the rear garden, which is approximately 56′ (17m) in length and laid to a split-level lawn with concrete patio, raised border, herbaceous borders and ornamental shrubs. Timber garden shed.The Location - Ridge Road is a highly regarded residential road of early Garden City properties, conveniently located just to the east of the town centre, only a quarter of a mile from Howard Park and less than half a mile from the main shopping centre. Letchworth Garden City mainline railway station is just over half a mile away and provides regular services to London Kings Cross, the fastest of which take only 28 minutes; Cambridge is 26 minutes away in the opposite direction. Junction 9 on the A1(M) is 1.5 miles away by car.Designed in the early 20th Century to combine the benefits of town and country, Letchworth Garden City was the world’s first example of this concept and succeeds to this day in achieving its aim and the town provides excellent schools, shops, open spaces and leisure facilities. Hillshott Infant School and Nursery is less than a quarter of a mile away.
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The Property Purplebricks are pleased to offer this well presented two bedroom home offering spacious open plan living. This property would be an ideal first purchase or make an excellent investment opportunity for landlords.The home has been well maintained throughout, benefits include a good size lounge/dining area which has patio doors leading out to the rear garden and a large fitted kitchen which leads to the front. The property further benefits from two double bedrooms and a modern, refitted bathroom suite. To the front you have residence parking. Outside to the rear the property boasts a private enclosed garden with large patio area, perfect for relaxing on summer evenings. Location The Property is located in Shefford which is a quiet and popular town and civil parish located in Bedfordshire.Shefford has everything you need for day-to-day living including a Morrisons supermarket, library, post office, good range of independent shops and businesses, pubs, restaurants, cafes, excellent schools and plenty of parks, open spaces and riverside walks. Arlesey mainline railway station is only a short drive away and the road links are superb with both the A1 and M1 being easily accessible.
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£575,000 Guide Price

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SPACIOUS MODERN DETACHED HOUSE • VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION • SPLENDID WET ROOM WITH SHOWER • SOUTH FACING REAR GARDEN • GARAGE AND WORKSHOPThe Accommodation - Entrance Hall • Cloakroom/WC • Reception Hall • Sitting Room • Dining Room • Garden Room • Kitchen • Study • Wet Room with ShowerLanding • Master Bedroom with en suite Shower Room • Bedroom 2 • Bedroom 3 • Bedroom 4 • Family BathroomGarage • WorkshopThe Property - This modern detached house has been well extended to provide spacious and versatile family accommodation. The gound floor boasts four reception room plus kitchen and a splendid wet room with WC and shower.There are four good bedrooms on the first floor with an en suite shower room to the master and a well appointed family bathroom.The house benefits from uPVC double-glazed windows and gas fired central heating.The Outside - The house stands in a plot measuring approximately 78′ by 47′ (23.8m x 14.2m) overall. The front garden is laid to lawn with herbaceous borders and ornamental shrubs and conifer. The brick paved forecourt and driveway provide off-street parking and lead to the garage.A gate opens to the south facing rear garden, which is some 28′ (8.4m) in depth and laid to lawn with paved patio, herbaceous borders, ornamental shrubs and fruit trees.There is a substantial workshop to the rear of the garage, which is also ideal as a play room or for a home office.The Location - The Sycamores is conveniently located on the north west side of Baldock, just a third of a mile from the High Street, less than half a mile from the mainline railway station, a third of a mile from the Knights Templar School and within 200 yards of the green open space of Avenue Park. Baldock is on the Cambridge to London Kings Cross mainline with services running throughout the day. The fastest journey times are just 39 minutes to Kings Cross and 23 minutes to Cambridge. The town stands just off the A505 with Junction 9 on the A1(M) (southbound) just 2.4 miles away by car and Junction 10 (northbound) 2 miles.Baldock is a pleasant market in north Hertfordshire, founded by the Knights Templar in the 1140s. Today the town centre boasts many imposing period buildings and the broad High Street is a particularly notable feature. The town provides excellent shopping, schools (notably the highly regarded Knights Templar School), pubs and restaurants, with the adjoining towns of Letchworth Garden City and Hitchin providing an even wider range of facilities.
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£1,225,000 Guide Price

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The extension to this exceptional Garden City home is so outstanding that it received a fully merited Garden City Heritage Award • NO UPWARD CHAIN • Attractive garden of nearly a quarter of an acre • Good off-street parking plus garage • Favoured location on the south side of townThe Accommodation - Canopy Porch • Entrance Hall • Sitting Room • Study • Cloakroom/WC • Snug • Family & Dining Room • Kitchen • Utility Room • GarageGallery Landing • Master Bedroom with en suite Wet Room with shower • Bedroom 2 with en suite Shower Room • Bedroom 3 with en suite Shower Room • Bedroom 4 • Family BathroomThe Property - The extension to this handsome Garden City house is so outstanding in its conception, design and execution that you can hardly see where the original ends and the new begins with the extension being faithful to the style of the original house, which dates from 1926. The original character remains with features such as the fireplaces being retained. Already a very fine house, the additions have transformed it into an exceptional home for the modern family.The additional rooms on the ground floor boast underfloor heating, as do the en suite to the master bedroom and the family bathroom. Three of the bedrooms have en suite shower rooms, that to the master being an impressive wet room and the well appointed family bathroom has both bath and shower.The house benefits from double-glazed windows and gas fired central heating.The Outside - The house stands in a fine plot of approaching a quarter of an acre, measuring approximately 170′ by 55′ (51.8m x 17m) overall. It is set back behind a front garden, which is so beautifully laid out that it received a Garden City Heritage Award and laid to lawn with herbaceous beds and borders, box hedges and ornamental shrubs and trees, all with a hedge to the front. The brick and gravel driveway provides off-street parking for three cars and leads to the attached garage. A paved path leads to the front door.A gate to the side leads to the delightful west facing rear garden, which is some 100′ (30.5m) in length and laid to lawn with paved patio, herbaceous beds and borders, raised beds, box and rosemary hedges and ornamental shrubs and trees, including oak, apple and fig.The Location - Willian Way is a very pleasant tree lined residential road on the favoured south side of the town. No 29 is just three-quarters of a mile from the town centre and within a mile of the mainline railway station. Letchworth Garden City is on the Cambridge to London Kings Cross mainline with the fastest service to London Kings Cross taking just 28 minutes and Cambridge 26 minutes away in the other direction. Junction 9 on the A1(M) is just 1.2 miles away by car.Designed in the early 20th Century to combine the benefits of town and country, Letchworth Garden City was the world’s first example of this concept and succeeds to this day in achieving its aim. The town provides excellent schools, shops, leisure facilities and green open spaces. The property is particularly well placed for access to a choice of schools, including St Christopher School (0.2 mile), Lordship Farm JMI School and Pixmore Junior School (both 0.5 mile), St Francis College (0.7 mile) and St Thomas More RC Primary School and Highfield School (both a mile).
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£285,000 Guide Price

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CHARACTERFUL SPLIT-LEVEL PROPERTY • QUALITY CONVERSION OF AN OLD SCHOOL BUILDING • VERY CONVENIENT LOCATIONThe Accommodation - Entrance Hall • Shower Room • Living Room with Kitchen area • Bedroom 2Landing • Master Bedroom with en suite BathroomThe Property - This attractive end-of-terrace house forms part of a superb conversion of a former school, which means that this is a splendid blend of modern convenience and real character. It has its own private entrance door and the spacious living room provides sitting, dining and kitchen areas. The second bedroom is located on the ground floor and can also be used as a study.The master bedroom boasts a large built-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom. The shower room on the ground floor is equally well-appointed.The property benefits from sealed unit double-glazing and gas fired central heating.The Outside - Old Westbury′s grounds extend to over one and a half acres and include very well maintained communal gardens and parking areas. The gardens include neatly kept lawns, herbaceous beds and borders and ornamental shrubs and hedges. This property is one of the few in this complex to benefit from its own patio adjoining the double doors from the living room. It also has an allocated parking space.Communal bin and bicycle stores.The Location - Old Westbury is conveniently located in tree-lined West View, just half a mile south-west of the town centre and only 0.6 of a mile from the mainline railway station. Letchworth Garden City is on the Cambridge to London Kings Cross mainline with the fastest service to London Kings Cross taking just 28 minutes and Cambridge 26 minutes away in the other direction. Junction 9 on the A1(M) is 2.2 miles away by car.Designed in the early 20th Century to combine the benefits of town and country, Letchworth Garden City was the world’s first example of this concept and succeeds to this day in achieving its aim. The town provides excellent schools, shops, green open spaces and leisure facilities.Tenure - LEASEHOLD: 125 years from 2012. Ground Rent: £300 pa. Service Charge: £700 pa.
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The Property On offer in the wonderful village of Meppershall is this beautifully presented executive family home in ′show home′ condition. The detached home briefly comprises of: entrance hall, guest cloakroom, kitchen, dining room, living room, conservatory, study/home office, utility room, four bedrooms with two with ensuite and a family bathroom. Further benefits include double glazing, gas central heating, a tandem double garage, off road parking for two cars and an enclosed South facing rear garden. Entrance Hall Stairs to first floor, doors to: Living Room, Study, and Kitchen. Living Room 10′3 x 18′6Gas feature fireplace. French double doors to garden and French doors to dining room. Kitchen 7′8 x 11′11Window to front aspect. Fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base units with work surfaces over. One and a half bowl stainless steel sink and drainer. Tiled splash back. Gas oven and hob with extractor fan over. Integral dishwasher and fridge/freezer. Under stairs storage. Dining Room 11′3 x 8′7French doors to Living Room. Conservatory 10′11 x 10′5Double glazed windows to side and rear. Office / Study 6′9 x 8′Window to front aspect. Utility Room 8′5 x 5′6Door to side aspect. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Tiling to splash back areas. Space for washing machine. Central heating boiler. Downstairs Cloakroom 3′ x 5′7Fitted two piece suite comprising of low level wc and hand wash basin. Landing Hatch to loft. Airing Cupboard. Doors to all rooms. Master Bedroom 10′3 x 13′9 maxWindow to front aspect, fitted wardrobes, door to en-suite. Master En-suite Fitted three piece suite comprising of low level wc, shower and hand wash basin. Heated towel rail. Window to front elevation. Bedroom Two 11 x 8′9Window to rear elevation. Fitted wardrobe, door to en suite. En-suite Two Fitted three piece suite comprising of low level wc, shower and hand wash basin. Bedroom Three 8′5 x 7′11Fitted wardrobe, window to rear elevation. Bedroom Four 8′ (max) x 9′9Window to front elevation. Family Bathroom Fitted three piece suite, low level wc, panel bath with shower over, hand wash basin. Window to side elevation. Garage 8′5 x 31′7Detached large garage with power and lights, up and over door, personal door to garden.Driveway Parking to front of garage for two cars. Outside Front:Mainly laid to lawn and gravel with a pathway leading to the front door.Rear:Mainly laid to lawn with patio area. Enclosed by timber fencing. Shrub borders. Location The village of Meppershall is in the heart of the beautiful Bedfordshire countryside and runs along a high street of approximately one mile. The village is home to Meppershall Manor, castle remains, a pub, village bakery, general store, Post Office and a regular bus service. Nearby Arlesey offers good train links to London Kings Cross.
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Arlesey Station is 0.91 miles from Arlesey Letchworth Garden City Station is 2.68 miles from Arlesey Baldock Station is 3.47 miles from Arlesey Hitchin Station is 4.15 miles from Arlesey

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