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Built over 200 years ago and one of the oldest recorded houses in the village, the property was thoughtfully divided in 1978 into 3 properties, retaining many of the period features. The glazed oak front doors open into an oak floored passageway and in turn to the 15ft reception hall with working fireplace and cloakroom. The magnificent 24ft dining room has a feature gas fireplace with limestone mantel and a lovely bay window, with door out to the terrace. Double doors lead into the sitting room with a fabulous wood burning stove set into an open brick fireplace. This room has exposed Oak floors, a door out to the terrace and double doors out to the large Orangery. This is a delightful room with double doors out to the upper terrace and superb distant views. The kitchen breakfast room is fitted with hand made furniture by Furniture & Design Ltd, Oxford, a gas fired Redfyre range cooker, slate tiled floors and partial under-floor heating. From the kitchen, stairs lead to the lower floor with a utility room and 22ft workshop/wine cellar. Stairs from the reception hall take you to the first floor with 4 double bedrooms. The master bedroom features a fabulous oriel window, with window seat, built in cupboards and an ensuite shower room. The guest bedroom shares the same high ceilings and wonderful views as the master bedroom. There is also a family bathroom with bath and shower over. Of the two further bedrooms, one is currently used as an office. The property also enjoys the benefit of 12 photovoltaic solar panels which produces an annual return.
Situated on the edge of the Chiltern Hills, Loosley Row is a sought after hamlet with fabulous walks and local pubs, the property is set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty plus a Conservation area. The area features a lovely old windmill (the oldest surviving smock mill in England) and was historically renown for its lace making. Princes Risborough, approx 2.5miles away, is a lively Market Town with a variety of local shops, restaurants and several social, cultural and sports facilities. There is a good choice of both state and independent Primary Schools with excellent Grammar Schools in nearby Aylesbury & High Wycombe. Motorway links are readily accessible (M40 Junction 4 or 5) coupled with a fast commuter train service to London. (42Mins)
Accessed via a sweeping drive shared with just two other properties. There is additional parking in addition to the double garage with access to the front and side of the property. The gardens enjoy far reaching views and are a real feature of the property with well stocked terraced flower beds, a large flag stone patio and numerous areas to sit and enjoy. The lower gardens are laid to a shaped lawn with well stocked borders plus specimen shrubs and trees. The vendors have also acquired an additional piece of land at the end of the garden which is lightly wooded with open areas of grass. The land measures in total approximately 0.5 acres with a Westerly aspect. The property is not Listed.
24' Dining Room
Master Bedroom ensuite
Three further Bedrooms
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