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This charming semi detached home is offered to the market for the first time from new, having been built in 1958. Presented in good decorative order, the property would benefit from modernisation and affords excellent potential for extension (subject to the usual consents), being one of few remaining properties in the road never to have been extended.
The internal accommodation offers an entrance portico to the front, leading into the hall. There are two reception rooms including a good size sitting room that enjoys views of the cul de sac to the front, with casement doors opening into a dining room. This in turn offers a patio door out onto the southerly aspect rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with original cupboards and drawers, work surfaces and a stainless steel sink. Space to one side is provided for a small breakfast table and there is also a good size pantry cupboard. A further doorway opens into a useful utility/boot room that houses the boiler and offers space for appliances.
Situated on the first floor a large window beside the stairwell offers fantastic views of the gardens and open countryside beyond. Three good size bedrooms; all of which are serviced by a family bathroom suite with airing cupboard and a separate WC.
The property is situated within three quarters a mile of the town centre and Chesham Metropolitan line underground train station is approximately 0.6 miles away. Lowndes Park, The Elgiva Theatre and the open-air heated swimming pool are amongst the many leisure facilities the town has to offer. The area is also renowned for its range of independent and state schools, and is in catchment for Chesham Grammar School (with a separate leisure centre with indoor pool) – situated approximately 0.2 miles away. The nearby towns of Berkhamsted and Amersham provide a further range of amenities; Berkhamsted train station offers services to Euston whilst Amersham station boasts Metropolitan line services and a Chiltern Line service to Marylebone. The property is also well placed for vehicular links to the M25 at Chorleywood or from the nearby A41. Immediately behind the property are many acres of picturesque farmland with footpaths providing opportunities for exercise and dog walking.
Driveway parking is provided to the front together with a single garage. There are neatly kept gardens to the front that incorporate a small lawn with mature shrubs and hedging providing a variety of colour. The south facing gardens to the rear afford a wonderful feeling of seclusion. The garden itself is predominantly laid to lawn surrounded by mature hedging and trees. To one side and behind the garage is an area that was once used as a vegetable and fruit garden and could easily be reinstated. Beyond this area is a good size timber tool shed providing ample storage.
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