Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
The property is a significant Grade II Listed house which dates back to the 15th century. Originally constructed as a two storied timber framed wattle and daub farmhouse with later additions in the 16th and 17th centuries, the property features a wealth of captivating history, formerly the Black Horse Inn and early Quaker Meeting House.
As you walk through the front door the abundance of charm and character is evident with original exposed timbers throughout, delightful inglenook fireplaces in the 19ft drawing room and family room. The kitchen is fitted with wooden units and Granite work tops with the breakfast room enjoying the lovely views down the garden.
The first floor can be accessed via two staircases. The 23ft master bedroom with en-suite shower and two further double bedrooms (served by the family bathroom) all enjoy a double aspect and vaulted ceilings.
The property is located towards the edge of the village with access to numerous footpaths and the Chiltern Hills. The Chequers Restaurant/pub is within 0.6 of a mile level walk and the local shops just over 350 yards level walk away. Aylesbury (approximately 4 miles distant) provides more comprehensive shopping and main line station to London, Marylebone as well as Stoke Mandeville (approximately 2 miles distant). Buckinghamshire is renowned for its State and Private education, details of which may be gained from the Local Authority.
The property is approached via a sweeping carriage drive and sits pleasantly back in the plot.
The detached double garage is situated to the left hand side of the property. In addition and situated behind the garage there are a number of outbuildings including the 21Ft studio/guest annex. The exstensive lawns and mature trees are all set within 0.721 of an acre.
19' Drawing Room
Reception Room/Bedroom 4
23' Master Bedroom ensuite
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