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This unique grade II listed detached barn conversion is located less than half a mile from Beaconsfield New Town offering a wide range of amenities, shops and restaurants. Beaconsfield train station provides a direct link to London Marylebone with the shortest train time taking approximately 25 minutes. Converted by Mark Scott Construction in the late 1980s, the home features a unique build with the original beams showing across the ceilings and walls throughout. This property presents a rare opportunity to purchase a home of this style set in a quiet courtyard location within close proximity of the new town.
The property presents open plan living with the various reception rooms divided by character beams. The dining room partially opens up to the sitting room which provides access to both the communal gardens at the front of the home and the private garden to the rear. The dual aspect of the sitting room allows for a light space throughout the day. There is a study area leading on from the sitting room which enjoys views out to the rear garden. A separate kitchen offers various fitted appliances and units as well as storage cupboards and access to the rear garden. Completing the ground floor is a cloakroom and an additional storage cupboard. On the first floor are two bedrooms both featuring vaulted ceilings and a family bathroom with a bath. Bedroom 1 features an en-suite shower room and two built in storage cupboards.
Located less than half a mile from Beaconsfield New Town the property is conveniently located to all the local amenities, shops and restaurants that the town has to offer. Beaconsfield is also highly considered for its high standard of facilities and local schools (both public and private).
Beaconsfield train station, located within half a mile of the property, provides a direct link to London Marylebone with the shortest train time taking approximately 25 minutes. Access to the M40 is conveniently located and provides a direct link with the M25 and national motorway network beyond and airports.
The property benefits from use of the communal gardens in Seeleys Court located to the front of the house as well as a private garden at the rear. There is a terraced area which runs along the rear of the property providing space for outside entertainment. The garden is west facing and features various mature trees and bushes. In addition the property comes with two allocated parking spaces.
2 Allocated Parking Spaces
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