Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
This comfortable and spacious family home is presented in good decorative order. It is located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac yet within close proximity to local facilities and popular schools. Extended and improved by the current owners, the house is approached over a brick paved drive. The front door opens into the entrance hall, which allows access to all the principle downstairs rooms. A bright family room has a view out to the front garden. Glazed double doors lead to the main reception room with an attractive open fireplace and further glazed double doors to the dining room. Both these rooms also have independent access from the hall. The kitchen / breakfast room has a range of solid wood wall and base units, a double electric oven and gas hob. A door leads to the conservatory which enables the beautiful rear garden to be enjoyed throughout the year. To the side of the conservatory is a spacious utility room with space for appliances, two sinks and generous storage cupboards. The integral garage is also accessed through a side door from the rear lobby. A downstairs cloakroom with WC and hand basin plus coat space is off the hall. Upstairs, two double bedrooms have en suite facilities, a third double bedroom and two further singles share the family bathroom. There is an airing cupboard and access to the loft via a ladder. The house benefits from gas central heating and secondary glazing throughout.
The property is located in a most sought after location in Chesham Bois with pedestrian access to the nearby village centre and its new convenience store with the picturesque woods and cricket common beyond. Amersham is situated within one mile with a variety of shops, including Marks and Spencer and Waitrose. Other amenities include a library, doctors surgery and other useful services. The train station at Amersham provides Metropolitan line services to Baker Street and Chiltern Line trains to London Marylebone. Amersham lies within 7 miles of the M25 at junction 18 (Chorleywood) and 6 miles from junction 2 of the M40 at Beaconsfield. The area is also renowned for its excellent state and private schools, entrance criteria for which can be found on the local authority website: www.buckscc.gov.uk.
To the front of the house a brick paved drive has parking and turning space for several vehicles and access to the garage. There is an area of grass with low shrubs to one side. The rear garden is an extremely attractive feature of the property. Mainly laid to lawn, there are also beds planted with perennials, a large expanse of paved terrace ideal for summer entertaining and a smaller patio area. A small pond is a haven for wildlife. The whole garden is enclosed by mature hedging and trees to give great seclusion and privacy but the south easterly aspect ensures the garden feels light and open.
3 Reception Rooms
3 Bathrooms (2 En Suite)
Sought After Location
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate