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A pretty period cottage occupying a truly idyllic setting adjoining 175 acres of National Trust woodland. Dating back we believe to the 1600s the original cottage boasts brick and flint elevations with a delightful inglenook fireplace, bread oven and was later added to in the Victorian era/60's and 70's. The property currently comprises of three bedrooms, two/three reception rooms, bathroom, a fitted kitchen, rear lobby, and utility room. There is current planning 15/06610/FUL to construct a single and two storey extension to the side and rear. This would create a large open plan Kitchen/Dining Room and an additional bedroom and bathroom on the first floor. The property is offered with NO ONWARD CHAIN, an early inspection is recommended.
Naphill Common is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty and is largely a beech wood owned by the Dashwood/West Wycombe Estate with numerous walks, creating a peaceful setting. The village offers a variety of small shops providing day to day needs with greater shopping facilities found at Princes Risborough and High Wycombe. Both have mainline railway access to London Marylebone, with a recent line upgrade significantly reducing journey times, as well as access to the M40 which can be found at junction 4 approximately 5 miles. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its State and Private Education details of which can be found from the Local Authority.
The overall plot is approaching half an acre (0.41 acres) and of particular note is the substantial double garage which is currently used as a studio and with stairs up to a large home office. The planning permission would allow this to become a generous annexe which could be lived in whilst works were carried out to the main house. The grounds are mainly laid to level lawn with mature hedging/trees, raised vegetable beds, flower beds/borders with a gravel drive and timber five bar gates.
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