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This unique property is situated in the heart of Chesham's Old Town conservation area. Dating from the late 14th or early 15th century, this Grade 2 listed house has been the subject of a recent in-depth archaeological survey and is likely to be the main portion of a medieval hall house. Having now been completely renovated by the current owner, the house has contemporary fittings and the conveniences of modern living which include under floor heating to the ground floor and CAT 5 system hardwired throughout. Entering through the front door from Church Street, the spacious kitchen/dining room has a range of floor and base units with solid surface worktops, AEG and Bosch appliances and a French limestone floor. There is a large brick alcove which formed the original fireplace. The kitchen is open on one side to an area that could be used for more formal dining, as a snug or as a study. Through an internal lobby, with doors to both a utility room and also a cloakroom, with wc and hand basin, the reception room has a large inglenook and bay window with views to the courtyard at the rear. Stairs lead to the first floor. Bedroom two and bedroom three have front aspects and sash windows. Bedroom one with a floor level bay window to the rear, has an en suite shower room with basin and wc. There is a family bathroom with a separate shower unit. Further stairs lead to a large room in the roof space which could be used as a fourth bedroom or a recreational area. From here, a very generous attic provides insulated and boarded storage with a light. All bathrooms have under floor heating and heated mirrors. There is gas central heating and the property comes with a 10 year structural warranty.
The property is situated under half a mile from Chesham town centre and the Metropolitan line station (with services to Baker Street & Aldgate). Chesham also offers an excellent range of shopping and recreational amenities, including Waitrose and Sainsbury’s. The Elgiva Theatre provides a diverse programme of films, theatre and other entertainment. Lowndes Park is nearby, providing lovely lakeside walks. Access to the A41 is five a half miles to the north and M25 Junction 18 is approximately 7 miles distant at Chorleywood, both allowing access to the national motorway network and international airports.
Immediately to the rear of the property there is a private, paved space for a container garden and exterior seating within the south facing communal courtyard. There are two allocated parking spaces adjacent to this area.
All interested parties to be advised that there is a flying freehold with part of this property. For any queries, please contact our Amersham Office.
Local Authority: Chiltern District Council.
2 Bathrooms (1 En Suite)
2 Reception Rooms
2 Off Street Parking Spaces
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