This charming and well-presented semi-detached house is tucked away in a most convenient location close to the station, shops and amenities of Amersham on the Hill. The front door opens into the entrance hall which in turn has glazed internal doors to the kitchen and living room. The kitchen has been renovated with both wall and base units fronted with light wood doors and gloss laminate work surfaces. Appliances include a Bosch electric hob, oven and grill with extractor fan over, also a washing machine and tumble dryer. The bright living room has double aspects and a southerly aspect with dining and sitting areas. A glazed door gives access to the garden and a large under stairs cupboard provides useful additional storage. Upstairs, the master bedroom has double aspect windows and a large fitted wardrobe plus an en suite shower room with powered shower, wc, wash basin and under floor heating. The second double bedroom has a large fitted wardrobe and a hatch to the loft. From the landing, there is an airing cupboard with Megaflow hot water tank and shelving. The separate shower room is fully tiled and has a powered shower, wc and wash basin plus a wall mounted heater. The house benefits from double glazing and heating is supplied by electric storage heaters.
Tylesworth Close is a quiet yet wonderfully convenient location, very close to the station, shops and amenities of Amersham on the Hill. The property is 0.2 miles level walk to the station and the centre of Amersham on the Hill with its shops, restaurants, cafes and multiple facilities including Marks & Spencer Food and Waitrose. There is a new leisure complex planned and a medical centre nearby. Old Amersham has a Tesco Superstore plus boutique shops and additional cafes, pubs and restaurants. Amersham station (TFL Zone 9) provides Metropolitan Line services to Baker Street and The City plus Chiltern Line services to Marylebone and Aylesbury. Amersham has excellent communications, within 7 miles of the M25 at junction 18 at Chorleywood and 6 miles from junction 2 of the M40 at Beaconsfield. Buckinghamshire provides highly regarded state and private schools, state school catchment areas and admission criteria can be found on the Bucks County Council website www.buckscc.gov.uk.
The well maintained rear garden has a southerly aspect and is mainly laid to lawn with a patio area spanning the back of the house. Discreet vertical slat wooden fencing has a covering of mature evergreen hedging which gives privacy and seclusion to the plot. Stepping stones lead across the lawn to the side door of the detached brick built garage. This has a pitched tile roof with timber rafters, which could provide additional storage, if required. There is a power supply and a manual up and over door. A timber gate from the garden allows side access along a path to the front of the property past an exterior meter cupboard.
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