This detached family house has been extended and improved in recent years by the current owners to provide spacious and well-presented accommodation. A wide pillared porch gives covered access to the front door. From the entrance hall, both large reception rooms are found to either side. The living room has a feature wall and leaded light windows. To the right, the sitting room has double aspects with sliding doors to the garden and a gas fire in an attractive surround. The kitchen was completely refitted five years ago and comprises a range of stylish units with light marble work surfaces, an induction hob, a steam and a fan oven. The adjacent utility room has plumbing for appliances and additional storage. There is a cloakroom with WC and hand basin. Upstairs are five bedrooms, including the master suite with built in wardrobes, a separate dressing area and en suite bathroom, two double bedrooms with built in units and deep storage cupboards. A further double has a shower and hand basin and the fifth bedroom is currently used as a study. The family bathroom is part-tiled with contemporary fittings and a shower over the bath. The loft is accessed from the landing, close to the airing cupboard. The house benefits from double glazing and gas central heating.
The property is ideally situated close to both Amersham on the Hill, for the station and selection of chain and independent shops, and Amersham Old Town with a Tesco Superstore and boutique shops and multiple cafes, pubs and restaurants. Locally there is a wide range of amenities, community centres, sports clubs and library, plus a leisure complex in Amersham. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its state and private education. Dr Challoner's Grammar School is 0.2 miles away. Details of entrance criteria for local state schools can be obtained on www.buckscc.gov.uk. Amersham station, in TFL Zone 9, provides train services to London with Metropolitan Line services to Baker Street and the City and Chiltern Line services to Marylebone. There is convenient road access to the M25, M1, M40 and M4 motorways, also for Heathrow and Luton airports.
The house is set in an elevated position up a private drive from the road to wide tarmac parking for several vehicles at the front and access to both the car port and garage. A brick shed, ideal for garden storage is at the rear of the car port. There is area of grass and pretty raised planted beds along the front wall. To the rear, an Indian sandstone terrace spans the back of the house, ideal for outdoor dining and entertaining. Paved steps lead up to the lawn. There are flowerbeds stocked with a variety of plants and a mature hedge, which gives privacy and seclusion. A small gate through the hedge gives access to the field behind the house, offering walks through the countryside and woods beyond.
2 Reception Rooms