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This unique property was designed and built twenty nine years ago to create a practical and comfortable home in a most delightful and convenient location, adjacent to Hervines Park. From the gravel driveway, the front door gives access through a lobby into the main reception hall. The accommodation flows logically from room to room downstairs. The kitchen is to the front of the house and was fitted by John Lewis in 2002. It is fitted with light wood units, a gas hob and Bosch appliances including two ovens, one fan and the other a microwave combi, an integral dishwasher and a fridge. From here, there is access to a walk in larder, utility room and on to the garage. A second door from the kitchen leads into the dining room, which has glazed double doors onto the patio and a door to the bright, double aspect sitting room, also with glazed doors to the patio and a coal effect gas fire. There is a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an en-suite bathroom and also a cloakroom with hand basin and wc. There are two generous storage cupboards in the hall and a small study area. Upstairs, from the galleried landing, there are three good size bedrooms with views to the park and woodland and a further bathroom with an airing cupboard. Accessed directly from bedroom two is a very large loft space which is boarded and most useful for storage. There is a second loft accessed by ladder from the bathroom. The house benefits from double glazing and gas central heating to radiators, also a water softener.
The property is situated in a quiet location, tucked away at the end of a cul de sac and immediately adjacent to the playing fields and woods of Hervines Park. Within one mile are the variety of restaurants, shops and other amenities at Amersham on the Hill, including Marks and Spencer and Waitrose. Amersham and the surrounding area offers several highly regarded schools, including Dr. Challoner’s Grammar and High Schools together with Chesham Grammar. Additionally, there are independent schools including Heatherton House (Girls) and The Beacon (Boys). Several sports clubs nearby include Amersham & Chiltern Rugby Club and Chesham Bois Tennis & Squash Club. The train station at Amersham provides Metropolitan line services to Baker Street and the City and the Chiltern Line to London Marylebone. Amersham and 6 miles from junction 2 of the M40 at Beaconsfield.
To the front of the house, a large gravelled drive provides parking for several vehicles and access to the single garage. A fixed wooden ladder in the garage leads to a boarded area for storage in the eaves. The south westerly aspect, level garden surrounds the house on the remaining three sides and is mainly laid to lawn. There is an area seeded with wildflowers and bluebells. Mature laurel hedging ensures seclusion and privacy. A garden shed and greenhouse are found to the rear of the garden. Immediately surrounding the house is a paved terrace, ideal for outdoor seating and dining.
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SW facing Garden
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