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An opportunity to acquire a charming family home dating back to the 17th Century.
Affording a wealth of character throughout makes a viewing essential to appreciate the period features, internal finish and extensive gardens.
Beams, open fire places & a stained glass window are just a flavour of the characteristics.
From the floor plan you will see well balanced accommodation spread over two floors with additional outbuildings. Internally the property has been sympathetically renovated & extended by the current owners & whilst it retains many original features there is good ceiling height to all rooms.
The Kitchen, Garden Room & principal Bathroom boast under floor heating with radiators elsewhere.
A truly delightful family home in the picturesque Village of Chipperfield enjoying in excess of 3,500 sq ft of accommodation with some fabulous views.
Chipperfield is a charming village, about 21 miles northwest of London. Its common and cricket pitch is overlooked by St. Pauls Church and the popular Two Brewers Inn. It enjoys well-attended C of E, Catholic and Baptist churches, an excellent Junior school, the Larder delicatessen, Post Office, Garden Centres and two further country pubs.
London Midland railway services are available from Kings Langley, Metropolitan and Chiltern Line from Rickmansworth and Amersham.
The M25, M1 and A41 are all within a short drive.
Kings Langley main line station connects to London Euston in approximately 25 minutes, Rickmansworth to London Marylebone 27 minutes and Baker Street about 36 minutes.
Shopping at Kings Langley includes some specialist antique shops and several restaurants, church and public houses. For more extensive shopping and leisure facilities there is Watford INTU Centre some six miles away.
The area has a number of schools for both private and state education. Other surrounding villages also provide good local pubs and scenic village life. Rickmansworth town centre provides for more comprehensive facilities to include the food halls of Waitrose, Tesco and Marks & Spencer.
A viewing is essential to appreciate the wonderful features, beautiful grounds and idyllic village location.
An electric gated entrance opens to an impressive carriage driveway with an extensive frontage.
Ample parking to the front of the property leads to the garage (electric door) and side access.
The impressive gardens measure over 3/4 of an acre and enjoy some delightful views.
The swimming pool with hydraulic slide cover is heated with a regularly maintained pump room.
Enclosed to all sides by mature hedges with an imbedded dog proof chain link fence.
A brick & wood garden house can be used all year around enjoying a wood burning stove for the winter period.
A further outbuilding is currently used as a Utility Room, Office & Storage space. This building could have a multiple of uses subject to the relevant permission.
Local Authority: Three Rivers District Council.
21ft Entrance Hall
Kitchen & Dining Room
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