Hitchin is home to a stunning Grade II listed Georgian property with links to Sir Isaac Newton, and it could be the apple of your eye after it was put up for sale.

The two-bedroom home in Bancroft was the former home of the antiques store Phillips of Hitchin since 1884, and despite an extensive refurbishment, it is still brimming with charm, character and history.

The property welcomes you into a grand reception, with high ceilings, sash windows and fireplace, as well as a fitted kitchen with large central island.

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A stunning sweeping staircase leads to a galleried landing and two double bedrooms, which feature wood panelling from the bedroom of Sir Isacc Newton, renowned mathematician and the founder of the theory of gravity.

The master bedroom comes with a luxury en-suite, while outside is a low maintenance court yard set behind double gates garden. There is also off-road parking and access to the cellar, ideal for storage.

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The property is currenly listed by Country Properties, and is on the market at £995,000.

To find out more and book a viewing, visit www.country-properties.co.uk.