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Built on land given to a soldier returning from the Crimean war around 1860, this pretty brick and flint cottage enjoys plenty of charming features with a warm and cosy feel. The Sitting Room enjoys a beautiful feature open fireplace with ornate surround. The fitted cream Kitchen Breakfast Room has been thoughtfully designed with an Aga Range, exposed timber floors and steps up to the good size Dining Room. There are two ground floor bedrooms served by a refitted shower room which could easily be changed to become a Study and Family Room. On the first floor are two gorgeous bedrooms (one still with the old fire place) served by a bathroom.
Located on the edge of The Lee, some fantastic country walks may be enjoyed through open fields and woodland, as well as two well regarded village pubs, both about 1/4 mile distant. The village of The Lee enjoys a village green, cricket pitch, community shop and is regarded as one of the prettiest villages in the Chilterns, having been used as a film location for productions such as Midsomer Murders. The nearby village of Great Missenden offers specialised shopping, an historic High Street and a mainline station to London Marylebone (approximately 40 minutes fast train). Buckinghamshire is renowned for its Private and State (including Grammar) Schooling, details of which can be gained from the Local Authority.
Approached via a five bar gate, the property enjoys a sweeping gravel drive with ample parking, turning circle and a paved pathway to the house. The property has areas of lawn to the front and rear with planted beds, shrubs a delightful patio and with mature trees/fencing, a good level of privacy. In addition to the timber studio/office, 19ft timber workshop and twin car port there is a group of outbuildings (Known as Sawmill) which has planning permission CH/2014/0582/FA. This would allow for two stables, tack room, hay barn totalling 73sqm, plus a 21sqm overhang which could be used as garaging and workshop/stores. There is gated access to the approx 1.8 acre paddock (which is available for an additional £75,000) which currently has a mobile field shelter and a brick built double field shelter plus store in the top right corner (currently used for Alpacas).
The property is on mains electric, water and sewerage with separate electric supplies for the cottage and Sawmill. Heating and Aga are Oil fed.
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