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This delightful Grade II listed period cottage is presented in fine decorative order, whilst enjoying a most sought after location tucked away at he heart of Amersham Old Town. The internal accommodation offers a light and airy sitting room that affords a wealth of exposed ceiling beams together with an attractive fireplace with wood burning stove. Enjoying a dual aspect, this room also boasts two large panelled windows and a solid hardwood door that opens onto the rear terrace and garden. The fully fitted kitchen affords an extensive range of cupboards and drawers together with ample work surfaces. Integrated appliances include a four ring electric hob with extractor hood over and electric oven below, under counter fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. Beyond the kitchen, a doorway opens into a study that provides views over the rear garden. Situated on the first floor are two bedrooms; the charming master bedroom offers a dual aspect and provides a built in wardrobe. Both bedrooms are serviced by a beautifully appointed family bathroom suite.
The historic market town of Amersham enjoys an idyllic setting at the heart of the Chilterns. Within the town are a variety of renowned restaurants, cafes and bars together with boutique clothing shops. There is also a Tesco superstore within one mile. The area is also noted for its excellent schools, with the property falling within catchment for St Mary's Primary and Dr Challoners Grammar School. For the commuter, Amersham train station provides Metropolitan and Chiltern line services to London via Baker Street & Marylebone respectively. Whilst vehicular links to London and Heathrow can be accessed via junction 2 of the M40 (Beaconsfield) or the M25 at junction 18 (Chorleywood), both of which are within 7 miles.
The property has a pretty cottage garden that is mainly laid to lawn with well stocked flower and shrub beds and a paved patio that adjoins the house. There is a timber garden shed, cold water tap and outside light point. The garden is enclosed by panelled fencing and backs onto the River Misbourne and Barn Meadow beyond. The neighbouring property has a right of way across the garden of this property to their garden.
21' Sitting Room
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