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A Grade II listed family home believed to date back in parts to the 16th Century (Listing NGR 136388447) and in our opinion is an exquisite example of a period cottage. The property is situated within the heart of the village overlooking The Green, offering generous and versatile accommodation arranged over three floors and benefits from many period features including beamed ceilings and walls, open fireplaces, oak doors, a decorative wood panelled staircase and leaded light windows.
The beautifully updated solid oak kitchen has a range of wall and base cabinets and appliances include a Neff microwave, Neff double oven, Neff 5 ring induction hob, Neff extractor, Neff American style fridge freezer with chilled drinking water/ice cube dispenser, Siemens dishwasher & waste disposal unit, Franke triflow nickel tap, Silestone work tops, fired earth decorative tiles behind the hob, ceramic floor tiles, and underfloor heating.
The sitting room is located off the kitchen giving a sense of open plan living with a front aspect overlooking The Green. The dining room features an Inglenook fireplace with brick surround and wooden mantle, stripped wood flooring and a wrought iron railed staircase leading to the first floor. There is a family room, cloakroom and utility room which complete the ground floor.
The first floor consists of three double bedrooms and two bathrooms with the master having a dual aspect, vaulted beamed ceiling, range of built in wardrobes and drawers and a fireplace. There is a study/reading area on the landing. The top floor includes bedroom four and a dressing room.
Positioned in the very heart of the village the property enjoys views both across The Green and an outlook to the rolling hills beyond. The Green is surrounded by a number of amenities including a Tesco Express, doctors surgery and public houses along with nearby Wooburn Park with playground and tennis courts. The larger centre of Beaconsfield lies approximately three miles distant. Rail services are available at Bourne End providing a link to Maidenhead, which offers a service to London Paddington, whilst Beaconsfield, which offers a link to London Marylebone (fastest train approximately 23 minutes). The M40 motorway can be accessed via J3 nearby providing access to the national motorway network and airports.
The area is well served for sporting and recreational pursuits and is renowned for schooling both state and private.
The front of the property provides off road parking and outside lighting. The rear garden has a southerly aspect and is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs. There is a private courtyard terrace ideal for al fresco dining which is accessed from the kitchen/breakfast room. The rear garden also gives access to the single garage and further parking approached from Windsor Lane.
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