Dating from the late 17th century, timber framed and later brick faced in the early 19th century, this beautifully presented four bedroom Grade II listed town house is a fantastic example of traditional features cleverly blended with modern life to create a welcoming family home of exceptional charm and character.
Highlights of this delightful property include the oak panel doors throughout, a 16ft x 15ft sitting room with fabulous inglenook fireplace and wide oak floorboards, leading through to the split-level kitchen/dining room with a second open fireplace, quarry tiled flooring and plenty of exposed beams, the large kitchen with cast iron ESSE stove. Upstairs offers four nicely presented bedrooms, including two double rooms and a family bathroom. There is a study on the ground floor with original fireplace and also a garden outbuilding. The property offers plentiful scope for a rear extension or loft conversion, with original staircase to the loft space, subject to the necessary consents.
Located just off the High Street in the heart of Wendover, a pretty and vibrant market town which offers a wide range of specialised shops, supermarket, library, doctors' surgery and numerous restaurants and public houses. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its private and state education and the town offers an excellent choice of local schools. The main line railway station in Wendover (just over 1/3 mile walk) serves the Chiltern line to London Marylebone (approximately 48 minutes) and there is easy access to the A41 which links with the M25.
The walled private rear gardens offer a south-westerly aspect and good amount of level lawn leading to a separate small parterre and mature apple and holly trees. There is gated side access to the garden. The property enjoys a nicely sized patio area ideal for summer entertaining and mature level lawns, with wisteria and climbing roses to the rear of the property.