This delightful Grade II listed period cottage is presented in fine decorative order, whilst enjoying a most sought after location, at the heart of Amersham's 'Old Town'. The internal accommodation offers two open plan reception rooms, currently configured as a dining room with attractive ceiling beams together with a charming, exposed brick fireplace. To one side is a sitting room with storage cupboard and window overlooking the High Street to the front. The fully fitted kitchen affords a range of bespoke cupboards and drawers, complimented by solid hardwood work surfaces. Integrated appliances include a four ring gas hob with extractor hood over and electric fan oven below, washing machine and dishwasher. Situated on the first floor are two bedrooms; the charming principle bedroom has a partially vaulted ceiling and provides a built in wardrobes. Both bedrooms are serviced by a well appointed, family bathroom suite comprising an enclosed bath with shower over, hand basin and WC.
The historic market town of Amersham enjoys an idyllic setting at the heart of the Chilterns. Within the town are a variety of renowned restaurants, cafes and bars together with boutique clothing shops. There is also a Tesco superstore within one mile. The area is also noted for its excellent schools, with the property falling within catchment for St Mary's Primary and Dr Challoners Grammar School. For the commuter, Amersham train station provides Metropolitan and Chiltern line services to London via Baker Street and Marylebone respectively. Vehicular links to London and Heathrow can be accessed via junction 2 of the M40 (Beaconsfield) or the M25 at junction 18 (Chorleywood), both of which are within 7 miles.
To the rear of the house is an attractive, westerly facing courtyard garden that backs onto the River Misbourne. The garden itself is predominantly laid to paving stones, with a flowerbeds and a mature coniferous tree providing natural colour and interest. The whole enjoys a good degree of seclusion, bounded by panel fences. To the side of the house is an enclosed storage area and towards the end of the garden is a pedestrian gate providing external access.
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2 Reception Rooms
Westerly Facing Gardens
Period Features including Exposed Beams & Open Fireplace
Partially Vaulted Ceilings on First Floor