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A rare opportunity to acquire a period property with ample history and the river Wye running through the rear garden creating picturesque views. This converted mill house is believed to date back to the sixteenth century with origins of being a pub before being transformed into this residential oasis. Although the home has been converted and renovated several times there has been a mill on this site for a thousand years allowing historic views and the continuing flow of water beneath the wheel provides an effective sound barrier from the rest of the world.
The property comprises an entrance hall with access to the main living areas of the home. The kitchen presents various fitted appliances and units as well as side access and space for a breakfast table. The dining room provides a fantastic characterful room for formal entertainment with exposed beams across the ceiling. The sitting room overlooks the tranquil garden and also offers characterful features such as exposed beams and a brick fireplace. Completing the ground floor is a cloakroom and a storage cupboard.
The first floor presents two bedrooms and a family bathroom as well as several storage cupboards. Bedroom 1 overlooks the garden and has access to eaves storage whereas bedroom 2 overlooks the front of the plot through a bay window. The second floor offers a third bedroom with several eaves storage cupboards.
The property is located within close proximity of the local shops and high street giving the option of walking along side the river straight into the centre of town. A further variety of shops, amenities and restaurants are also available in the surrounding towns. In addition the property is less than a mile from the platform at High Wycombe train station offering fast trains to London Marylebone. Using the Gordon Road route to the London train platform it is a short walk and the shortest rush-hour journey to Marylebone is approximately half an hour. Furthermore Beaconsfield train station (5.2 miles distant) also provides a direct service to London Marylebone.
The property is approached via a shared driveway with space for off street parking in addition to an allocated garage. The rear garden provides a wonderful area for outside entertainment with the historic views of the mill and the river Wye at your doorstep. The garden is predominantly laid to lawn with various mature trees and shrubs and backs onto the local cricket ground.
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