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This very well presented, detached three bedroom family home was built approximately thirty years ago. It is located in a quiet yet convenient location with the amenities of Amersham on the Hill just a mile away. Entered by a path to the front door, the bright entrance hall gives access to the main sitting room with a coal effect gas fire and double doors out to the rear garden. There is also a useful under stairs cupboard. Internal double doors lead into the dining room which in turn has an arched entrance into the well planned fitted kitchen. There is an extensive range of wall and base units, a stainless steel sink, an induction hob with extractor fan over and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. A downstairs cloakroom has a hand basin and wc. Upstairs are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom, which was refitted in June 2018 and has an over bath shower. Two bedrooms have built in wardrobes and there is an airing cupboard with hot water cylinder. From the landing a hatch gives access to the loft. The house benefits from gas central heating and double glazing.
Situated in a desirable cul de sac location, the house is convenient for the varied shops, amenities and the station at Amersham on the Hill, just under a mile away. Old Amersham, with its boutique shopping and many pubs and restaurants, is just over one mile. The train station at Amersham provides Metropolitan Line links to Baker Street and the City, also Chiltern Line trains to London Marylebone. Amersham is located approx. 7 miles from the M25 junction 18 at Chorleywood and approx. 6 miles from the M40 junction 2 at Beaconsfield. The property also falls within the catchment of several leading grammar schools; including Dr Challoner's Grammar (for boys, co-ed 6th form), Dr Challoner's High (for girls) and Chesham Grammar (mixed). There is also a good selection of junior and private schools locally. Admission criteria for state schools can be found on www.buckscc.gov.co.uk.
There is a small area of garden to the front of the property while on the left hand side is access to the single garage and off street parking for two cars. The garage has a pitched roof, with potential for additional storage in the eaves, and a pedestrian side access door to the rear garden. T shaped and mainly laid to lawn, with a pretty magnolia tree and mature hedging to the rear, the garden is a generous size and has a sense of seclusion and privacy. There is access to the front via a timber panel gate.
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