This deceptively spacious house is in a most convenient location just 0.3 miles to Amersham station and Dr Challoner's Grammar School. The bright entrance hall has original parquet flooring which in turn leads to the main reception room with double aspect, a log effect gas fire in an attractive surround and bifold door to the rear garden. The L-shape kitchen/breakfast room has a range of fitted units with light timber fronts and laminate work surfaces, a quarry tiled floor and spaces for appliances, including a gas range cooker and large fridge/freezer. There is a glazed door out to the rear terrace. Also from the hall is a further reception room with a built in cupboard and front aspect. A downstairs cloakroom has contemporary fittings comprising hand basin and wc. Upstairs, the landing provides access to the three double bedrooms and a hatch to the loft. The master bedroom has windows to the front and side of the house, eaves storage and a fully tiled en-suite shower room, including double basins in a vanity unit, electric towel rail and wc. There are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom with over-bath shower and basin in a vanity unit, electric towel rail plus a wc. The house benefits from gas central heating and is double glazed throughout.
This property is ideally situated between Amersham on the Hill, for the station and selection of chain and independent shops, and Amersham Old Town with a Tesco Superstore and boutique shops and multiple cafes, pubs and restaurants. Locally there is a wide range of amenities, community centres, sports clubs and library, plus a leisure complex in Amersham. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its state and private education. Details of entrance criteria for local state schools can be obtained on www.buckscc.gov.uk. Amersham station, in TFL Zone 9, provides train services to London with Metropolitan Line services to Baker Street and the City and Chiltern Line services to Marylebone. There is convenient road access to the M25, M1, M40 and M4 motorways, also for Heathrow and Luton airports.
The house is approached via a five bar timber gated entrance from the road onto a paved driveway with parking for four to five cars. There are attractive planted beds to the sides and low fencing. The rear garden has been divided into terraced areas comprising a wide terrace across the back of the house, ideal for barbecues and outside living. Grassed areas are interspersed with mature shrubs and planted flower beds. There is a further terrace area and a small ornamental pond. Mature trees and hedges make the plot secluded and quite private to enjoy afternoon and evening sun. Practical features include a garden shed, gates for access on both sides of the house, an outside tap, power point and lighting.
2 Reception Rooms