This attractive Grade II listed, Georgian fronted townhouse has been extensively renovated and tastefully refurbished over recent years to provide stylish accommodation throughout. The property is approached from the front into an open plan sitting/dining room with a working open fireplace and engineered oak flooring. Beyond the dining area, a step rises onto a split level where a floating staircase with glass balustrade leads to the first floor. A doorway on the opposite side opens into a cloakroom with basin and WC, plus a useful laundry cupboard beyond which has plumbing for a washing machine and dryer. The contemporary fitted kitchen provides a range of units, finished in white lacquer with polished granite work surfaces. There are also a number of integrated appliances including a Neff hob and oven, a fridge & freezer, dishwasher and microwave. There are two bedrooms on the first floor; the master double to the front and a bedroom to the rear with fitted wardrobes and views over the garden and to the countryside beyond. The bathroom features a raised platform supporting a handmade quarry stone composite bath, dual basins set in a vanity unit and a WC. There is also a separate fully tiled shower room with a basin. Solid oak floors have also been laid to the landing and bedrooms. There is a small loft and an understairs cupboard. A further staircase leads to the second floor where there are two further bedrooms. All bedrooms have either secondary or double glazing.
The historic market town of Amersham is located in the heart of the Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Within the town are a variety of renowned restaurants, cafes and pubs together with boutique clothing shops. There is also a Tesco superstore within one mile. The area is also noted for its excellent schools, with the property falling within catchment for St Mary's Primary and Dr Challoner’s Grammar and High Schools. Rail services from Amersham station (TFL Zone 9) provide Metropolitan and Chiltern line services to London via Baker Street & Marylebone respectively. Whilst vehicular links to London and Heathrow can be accessed via junction 2 of the M40 (Beaconsfield) or the M25 at junction 18 (Chorleywood), both of which are within 7 miles.
A cobbled, shared drive leads from the High Street to the private parking area behind the house. From here, there is a gate to the exquisite cottage-style garden which has been carefully designed and planted to create an idyllic haven of tranquillity, ideal for relaxing and entertaining. Features include a patio area for seating, a rose bed and a range of flowers and shrubs which provide colour and interest through the seasons. There is an apple tree and the River Misbourne forms the rear boundary. A handsome summer house with insulation, heating, power and double glazing can be used throughout the year with potential as a home office or additional room. The garden shed provides additional storage.
Open Plan Sitting & Dining Room
Fully Fitted Kitchen