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You enter through a bright and practical entrance porch, ideal for coats and shoes, which leads into the main reception room. This bright room has been extended to the front of the house with a sky light and contains a feature wood burning stove.
An archway leads through from the sitting room into the dining area of the kitchen. There is wooden flooring flowing through from the sitting room to the kitchen. The kitchen is fully equipped with appliances and a range of base and wall mounted cupboards.
A door leads through to a small hall, where there is a utility room to the rear of the house, containing fitted cupboards, sink and space for washing machine and dryer. The garden can be accessed from the kitchen and the utility room. There is also a shower room and integral door to the garage leading off this hall.
Stairs rise to the first floor from the reception room. Here you find the four bedrooms and refurbished family bathroom. The master bedroom has dual aspect and a refurbished en-suite shower room, which benefits from a digital power shower and under floor heating. Bedroom 2 has spectacular views over the countryside to the rear. Access to the loft from the landing.
The property is located within a small quiet residential development in the village of Wooburn Green. A short stroll from St Paul's Primary School and within walking distance of both Bourne End and Wooburn Green village centres, via the footpath behind the house.
The area is sought after due to its close proximity to local schooling both state and private. This coupled with convenient access to the A40 and access to both Old and New Towns, make this a desirable location.
Trains to London Paddington go directly from Bourne End, plus Beaconsfield Mainline Station to Marylebone (fastest train approx. 23 minutes) is conveniently located approximately 3 miles away. Good access to the motorway network at Junctions 2 and 3 of the M40 gives access to the national motorway network and airports.
In addition, there is a wide variety of cultural
events at Cliveden National Trust, The Swan Theatre in High Wycombe and the Theatre Royal in Windsor.
The property is positioned at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac with far reaching views overs the fields and countryside to the rear. There is a tarmac driveway with garage, small lawn area and gate to the rear garden. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a decked area off the side for outside dining and socialising. There is further space for seating and barbeque on the patio directly outside the property, a space to relax and take in the views. There is a secure wooden gate at the end of the garden which leads directly onto a foot path, leading to the surrounding fields making it ideal for countryside walks.
Downstairs Shower Room
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