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Since its original build approximately 45 years ago, this individual village house has been extensively remodelled by its artist vendors and now offers 2594 square feet (including the integral garage) of adaptable and contemporary accommodation.
A glazed entrance porch opens into the spacious reception hall, which in turn serves a substantial dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room with a generous adjacent utility room providing access to the integral garage. The ground floor bedroom 4 adjoins a study/bedroom 5 and a bathroom allowing easy annexe accommodation to be created if required. The formal dining room, offset but open to the sitting room, has a raised fireplace and French doors to the patio. The impressive vaulted sitting room has bifold doors set within large, full height, geometric picture windows to the garden and view beyond. To the first floor a capacious master bedroom suite with dressing room and bathroom is joined by two further bedrooms and family bathroom, all accessed from the large open landing with a balcony to the garden.
Leckhampstead is a collective parish of three zones; Church End, Middle End and South End and as such sprawls to form a lengthy village enjoying a splendid rural situation on the Buckinghamshire/Northamptonshire borders just north of the busy market town of Buckingham. There is a village hall and a fine period Church.
Wider facilities are available at Buckingham where there is an extensive range of shops, schools for all age groups and excellent sports and leisure amenities. A fast commuter rail link with London (Euston) can be boarded at Miton Keynes, the local road network provides ready access to Milton Keynes together with its extensive range of facilities and also to the M1 serving both north and south of the country.
A generous garden plot surrounds this highly individual and versatile property. To the front an in/out driveway provides plenty of parking supplementary to the wide attached garage. Planted areas soften the hard landscaping, all of which is slightly elevated from road level. The bulk of the plot is located to the rear of the house, mainly laid to lawn and descending in a shallow terrace to the stream. The garden is well stocked with trees, shrubs and plants. Adjoining the barbecue decked patio is a detached studio with power, light and water. This charming vaulted building with mezzanine would readily serve as a home office or annexe, subject to any required consents. A small store adjoins the building which may enhance any conversion plans.
Aylesbury Vale District Council 01296 585858. Council Tax F. Mains water and electrictiy. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
2 separate Reception Rooms
ground floor Bedroom 4
ground floor Bathroom
Master Bedroom Suite with Bathroom and Dressing Room
2 further first floor Bedrooms
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate