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This charming period property is presented in good decorative order and offers a tasteful blend of both traditional and contemporary accommodation. The welcoming entrance hall to the front provides access to the kitchen and the principal reception rooms. These include an attractive dining room with a feature fireplace and bay window to the front. There is also a study with cloakroom to one side, that also enjoys views over the village green. Adjacent to the dining room is a most spacious, L-shaped reception room that affords views of the gardens to the rear together with offering another delightful decorative fireplace. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a 'Country Cottage' style kitchen leading into a wonderful contemporary living space of part oak frame and glass construction, providing an abundance of natural light and a great feeling of space. Sliding doors at the end of this room open seamlessly out onto the rear terrace and gardens. Situated on the first floor are four bedrooms including a well appointed master suite comprising of bedroom, built in wardrobes and an en suite bathroom. The remaining bedrooms are serviced by a further three piece bathroom suite.
The property is situated in the picturesque village of Penn Street, overlooking the village green and pond. The village itself has a primary school, two public houses and a Church. The nearby towns of Amersham and Beaconsfield provide a comprehensive range of shopping and recreational facilities together with excellent schools at primary and secondary/grammar level. For the commuter, services to London Marylebone are provided at Beaconsfield and Amersham, whilst Amersham also offers a Metropolitan Line services to Baker Street. The M40 at junction 2 (Beaconsfield) is some 5 miles distant, connecting to London and the M25.
Wooden gates to the front open onto a sweeping gravel driveway leading to a garage to one side. Ample parking and turning space is afforded together with a neatly kept garden comprising of a shaped lawn area, mature hedging and trees. The beautifully landscaped gardens to the rear boast a high degree of seclusion and enjoy picturesque views over neighbouring farmland. Adjoining the house is a large paved patio terrace with an attractive inset water feature. Steps lead down onto a large expanse of lawn, bounded on either side by mature hedging, specimen shrubs and trees. The whole is encompassed by a mixture of panel fences and post and rail fencing.
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