This stunning brick and flint family home with abundant charm and character offers deceptively spacious and versatile accommodation.
The entrance hall provides access to the kitchen and breakfast/family room which exude a warm welcome with underfloor heating, engineered oakwood flooring and an LPG 'wood-burning' stove. The kitchen has a Rangemaster oven and a Belfast sink as well as a capacious pantry. Bi-fold doors on two sides of the family room provide access to the terrace; the perfect spot for al fresco dining in the summer months. Steps from the entrance hall lead down to the atmospheric dining room with an inglenook fireplace, now housing a wood-burning stove. The larger, more formal sitting room benefits from a wood-burning stove and exposed timbers with the fourth bedroom/study lying beyond.
Rising to the first floor, the three double bedrooms all have en suite bath or shower rooms and the master suite has a luxurious feel to it with a freestanding roll-top bath and a rainforest shower head, as well as a reduced height dressing room and storage space.
This cottage is very pretty with a lovely feel. It retains many original features such as timber beams and door lintel between the entrance hall and family room, yet it is wonderfully adapted to practical, everyday life, as demonstrated with the shower room, utility and boot rooms positioned at the end of a short corridor from the kitchen.
Lee Common is a delightful hill top village which is surrounded by the beautiful Chiltern countryside in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering good recreational facilities, a village shop, a primary school as well as nearby public houses and restaurants. Great Missenden village, approximately 3 miles away, caters for daily specialised shopping as well as a main line station to London Marylebone (fast train - approximately 40 minutes). The larger town of Amersham provides more comprehensive facilities as well as the Metropolitan line to Baker Street. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its state and private education including the excellent grammar schools, details of which can be obtained from the local authority.
The pretty cottage gardens are largely laid to lawn with attractive borders and a few mature trees. There is a stone terrace which creates the perfect setting for summer lunches, BBQs and entertaining. Additionally, there is a vegetable garden and a traditional cobbled path leads to the front door. A gravel driveway leads to the clematis clad carport and workshop with storage above.
Four Bath/Shower Rooms