- The name Conduit Head derives from an ancient spring (still behind Conduit Head House), which used to serve Trinity College with water.
- Situated close to the Nanoscience Centre, IT, Digital Technology Centre, Physics, Material Sciences, Earth Sciences, Veterinary Science and Astronomy Departments.
- Built in the 1950s and specifically designed to maximise its wonderful southerly aspect.
- The majority of the rooms, which have large south facing windows, creating an exceptionally light and airy feel throughout.
- 2 principal reception rooms comprising spacious sitting room with original open tread staircase and glass block wall and dual aspect drawing room.
- Versatile family room with triple aspect and large sliding glazed doors to rear garden.
- 5 Bedrooms with original built-in wardrobes.
- 16 photovoltaic solar panels for generating electricity which can be used to run household appliances, power and lighting.
- Stunning established garden approaching half an acre providing a high level of privacy and seclusion.
- The garden backs on to a 'Site of Special Scientific Interest', known as "The Wilderness", created from a former gravel pit, creating an ideal environment for wild life.
A highly individual 5 bedroom detached house with large, delightful gardens situated in a wonderful idyllic setting, off a private no-through road, on the west side of the city.
City Centre 1.5 miles, M11 (Junction 13) 0.5 of a mile, Mainline Railway Station (King's Cross and Liverpool Street lines) 2.5 miles, Stansted Airport 27 miles (distances are approximate).