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This delightful house has been extended and refurbished in recent years to create a wonderfully light and spacious four bedroom family home. Entered through a covered porch, the entrance hall has oak flooring which extends throughout the ground floor. To the left is a room currently used as a study but could also be an additional guest bedroom. A door from the hall leads into the magnificent open plan kitchen with an oak frame extension which incorporates a spacious dining and family room with access out to the terrace and rear garden. The adjacent utility/boot room has a slate floor, storage cupboards and plumbing for the usual appliances. The kitchen has an extensive range of bespoke painted units, including an island, with Silestone work surfaces and space for a gas range cooker. Glazed pocket doors lead into the bright playroom to the front of the house. There is another door to a formal sitting room with a fireplace and glazed double doors to the garden. An inner lobby provides access to the cloakroom, with hand basin and wc, and a door to the garage. Upstairs, the master bedroom has a front aspect with views over fields, a range of fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room with wc and basin in a vanity unit. There are two further double bedrooms and a family bathroom with a separate shower unit. The fourth double bedroom has an en suite bathroom with over bath shower. The house benefits from gas central heating, partly under floor, and is double glazed throughout.
Little Missenden is a quintessential English village with two popular village pubs, a highly regarded primary school, 9th century church, and a warm, lively community. The village has been used for filming many times, including Midsomer Murders, The Vicar of Dibley and feature films. The river Misbourne flows through the village on its way to the Thames. There are numerous footpaths through open countryside and woodland. The A413 provides access via the A40/M40 into London and rail access can be gained at Great Missenden and Amersham into London Marylebone and Baker Street. Every day shopping can be found in nearby Great Missenden and a large Tesco supermarket at Old Amersham. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its state and private education, details of which can be obtained from www.buckscc.gov.uk.
Badgers Earth is set back from the road behind a mature hedge and approached over a shared gravel drive through a five bar gate to the front of the house, where there is parking for several cars and access to the garage. The front garden is mainly lawn with an interesting small dip which was an ancient part of the River Misbourne. The rear walled garden is beautifully secluded and has an established hedge to one side giving privacy. There are well-planted flower beds and a broad sandstone terrace, which is a ideal for outdoor living and dining on sunny afternoons. There is access to the front via a gate in the timber panel fence to one side of the house.
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