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This characterful four bedroom family home originates, we believe, from the mid 1800s as one of three lodges for Hazlemere Lodge House located at the top of the hill. Formerly the gardener's cottage, it was refurbished in the 1970s, substantially enlarged in the 1980s and had the addition of an impressive vaulted family room in the 1990s. The location of the property is ideal for the local village of Widmer End and local schooling and convenient access to the larger towns of Beaconsfield, Amersham and High Wycombe with direct rail links to London Marylebone.
The accommodation comprises entrance lobby leading into the sitting room benefits from a brick open fire and log storage to either side; steps from sitting room lead into the dining room with attractive bay feature and double French doors to the garden. The sitting room also provides access to the dual aspect second reception room currently used as a study. An inner lobby accessed from the dining room and study gives access to the ground floor bathroom and kitchen.
The kitchen provides a range of floor and wall mounted units and space for appliances.
Steps lead from the kitchen into the vaulted family room with feature fireplace and French doors to the rear garden.
Stairs rising from the sitting room lead to the first floor landing.
Bedrooms 1 and 2 have a front aspect whilst Bedrooms 3 and 4 benefit from a rear aspect. Bedroom 3 also benefits from double doors opening onto a galleried area looking down onto the family room whilst Bedroom 4 overlooks the rear garden.
A shower room completes the accommodation.
Widmer End is a charming Buckinghamshire village elevated high within the Chilterns and offers easy access to local amenities with Hazlemere, conveniently located to more comprehensive shopping facilities and a main line train stations at Amersham (Chiltern and Metropolitan lines to Marylebone and Baker Street and Aldgate respectively), Beaconsfield and High Wycombe (Chiltern line to London Marylebone).
Access to the national motorway network is available at junction 4 of the M40. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its private and state education including the sought after grammar schools, details of which can be gained from the local authority.
The property is set back and above the road and access to the double garage is via a no through road and also provides off street parking. The southerly aspect rear gardens are mainly laid to lawn with well kept mature hedge borders. Various seating areas are strategically located to appreciate the benefits of its southerly aspect and provides an ideal space for fine weather entertaining.
4 Reception Rooms
Ground Floor Bathroom and First Floor Shower Room
Southly Aspect Rear Garden
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