The original parts of this charming end terrace period cottage are reputed to date back to the 1890's. In more recent years the property has been converted, extended and modernised to create deceptively large and stylish living accommodation whilst enjoying a delightful rural location in an AONB within a mile of Winchmore Hill village centre. The front door, with storm porch over, opens into the entrance hall with engineered oak flooring which extends through to the spacious, dual aspect sitting room. A cloakroom can be found to one side and a further doorway leads into a most impressive kitchen breakfast room. The bespoke fitted Leicht kitchen provides an generous range of light coloured cupboards and drawers providing extensive storage, complimented by polished composite worktops. There is also a wealth of fully integrated Neff appliances, featuring two ovens, steam oven, combi microwave oven, induction hob and a teppanyaki grill. In addition there is a wine chiller, a prep sink with Insinkerator hot water tap and a double sink unit, also a larder fridge and a separate freezer. The breakfast area has glazed double doors leading onto the rear terrace. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a delightful dining room with vaulted ceiling, accessed from both the sitting room and kitchen. Situated on the first floor are three bedrooms; the master bedroom includes a range of fitted wardrobes and lovely rear views. There is an adjacent WC with hand basin. The second double bedroom also has fitted wardrobes and the third bedroom is a single room to the front. The bathroom is fully tiled and has contemporary fittings including a bath with shower over, a basin and WC. It also has under floor heating. There is oil fired central heating and double glazing.
Whielden Gate, near Winchmore Hill, is situated approximately 2.5 miles from Amersham and 3.5 miles from Beaconsfield. Both towns offer rail services to London; Amersham has the Metropolitan Line to Baker Street and The City, also Chiltern Line services to London Marylebone, whilst Beaconsfield also provides Chiltern Line services to Marylebone and north to Oxford and Birmingham. Road links are easily accessible to the M40 at junction 2 (Beaconsfield), also for the M25 and M4. The area is renowned for excellent schools, both state and private, details of which can be found on www.buckscc.gov.uk.
To the side of the house is a large driveway with ample parking leading to the single garage, one of a block of four. The attractive landscaped garden to the rear has been thoughtfully designed to provide a stylish outdoor entertaining space. Immediately to the rear of the house is an area of timber decking surrounded by raised beds which encompass a range of beautiful specimen plants and shrubs. Marble steps lead up past a modernist waterfall to a further seating area with views of the beautiful landscape.
Open Plan Kitchen Breakfast Room