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This semi-detached single storey property was originally constructed in the 1950's and offers attractive living accommodation with great potential for further extension and expansion to create a two storey house. Planning permission was previously granted and plans exist to facilitate this project. The front door opens into the entrance hall which in turn gives access to all the living accommodation. The sitting room has a log burning stove and bay window to the front. The master bedroom also has a front aspect and a large fitted wardrobe. A further double bedroom has views out to the rear garden and a built-in wardrobe. The family shower room has a large shower, wash basin and WC, also a heated towel rail and a ceramic tiled floor. From the hall there is access to the large loft and an airing cupboard. The kitchen has a generous range of contemporary units with laminate tops and spaces for appliances, including an electric hob and oven, a one a half bowl stainless steel sink, a fridge/freezer, a dishwasher and a washing machine. There is a bright breakfast area beside the window and a door to the spacious rear terrace. The utility room has additional storage and space for a tumble dryer. There is gas central heating and double glazing throughout the house.
The property is located on the fringe of the picturesque hamlet of Penn Street, with its village green and cricket pitch. The village has a junior school, two public houses, a renowned Church with its landmark steeple, and a pond. Penn Woods are very close to the property and offer great country walks. The nearby towns of Amersham and Beaconsfield provide a comprehensive range of shopping and varied amenities together with excellent schools at primary and secondary/grammar level. For the commuter, Amersham station has Metropolitan Line services to Baker Street and The City and also Chiltern Line Services to Marylebone, both in Zone 9. The M40 at junction 2 (Beaconsfield) is some 7 miles distant, connecting to London and the M25.
The house is set back from the road and approached over a gravel drive with ample parking for several cars at the front. There is a panel fence and mature trees on the periphery. A side gate leads through a shed to the rear garden. Here, a wide paved terrace spans the back of the house and provides a wonderful area for outdoor living and entertaining with its southerly aspect. There are steps down to the lawn and further sheds, one with power, another open sided and a third for garden tools. A newly constructed cabin would be ideal for working from home, if required. The garden is quite secluded and private with timber panel fences and mature shrubs and trees.
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