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This charming semi-detached Victorian cottage has been updated whilst retaining many character period features. It is presented in excellent decorative order and benefits from a converted attic room in addition to the two bedrooms. The property is entered through a pretty front door into the dining room. This has a wood veneer floor and a working fireplace with patent chimney and double glazed sash windows. A doorway leads through to the cosy sitting room and on to the galley style kitchen beyond, which has modern light colour fitted units with timber surfaces, a gas hob and electric fan oven. The rear lobby has plumbing for appliances and a door to the cloakroom, with WC and hand basin. A covered side area provides useful extra storage and access through a stable door to the rear terrace and garden. Upstairs, the master bedroom is to the rear with views to the garden and a door to the bathroom, which is fully tiled and equipped with a bath, with shower over, a basin in a vanity unit and WC. The front bedroom has a fitted cupboard and ladder staircase to the converted attic room. This is a useful additional space with Velux windows front and rear to create a bright area with eaves storage. The house benefits from gas central heating and double glazing throughout.
Bois Moor Road is a sought-after location between Chesham and Chesham Bois, and conveniently located just a mile from Chesham town centre for shopping, amenities and its Metropolitan line train station. There are various recreational facilities in the local area, including a gym with tennis courts and outdoor heated swimming pool and Great Bois Wood close to the house. For the commuter, there are regular Metropolitan Line (TFL Zone 9) services to Baker Street, whilst road transport to London and beyond has convenient access to the M25 at Chorleywood or from the nearby A41. Chesham offers a variety of shopping with Waitrose and Sainsburys as well as local independent shops. The area is renowned for its excellent range of schooling, admission criteria is available on Bucks County Council website www.buckscc.gov.uk.
To the side of the front entrance steps, there is a raised area of gravel with containers for a variety of colourful plants. The property has a right of way to the rear for access to the garden, also to the bin store area and a footpath beyond. The rear garden is a generous size for the style of property and is bright and sunny. Its wide area of terrace is ideal for outdoor dining and entertaining. There are raised beds with a selection of plants and one which is used for vegetables and fruit. Timber panel fences enclose the plot and give security and privacy. There is a large timber garden shed and an outside tap.
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