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This exceptional property has been built in the past eighteen months to a very high standard and a tasteful contemporary finish. In an "upside down" configuration, the house has a wide entrance hall with tiled floor which gives access to the four bedrooms on this level. The master bedroom has double doors out to a large roof terrace with views to the garden and countryside beyond. It has a spacious ensuite bathroom with separate shower, double basins and wc and a dressing area to one side. Two further double bedrooms both have en suite shower rooms and there is a fourth double bedroom and a family bathroom. Down a sweeping staircase, the accommodation on the lower floor has been imaginatively designed to maximise open plan living while retaining the option to keep the dining and formal living room separate. A magnificent open plan kitchen and family room has a stylish hand built kitchen with light colour quartz surfaces with plentiful cupboard space and an island unit. There is a gas range cooker, large fridge freezer and double sink with boiling water tap. The family area has a roof lantern which floods that area with natural light and there is light colour ceramic flooring. Double doors lead out to a generous terrace and the garden beyond. From the internal hallway, there is a double bedroom with en suite shower room, a playroom/gym with laminate flooring and a large utility room with side exterior access. The house benefits from gas central heating and double glazing throughout.
Chalfont St Giles is a picturesque and popular Chiltern village with a wealth of period properties and a selection of local shops, services, schools, a village green and duck pond. The village is situated off the A413 with convenient road links to the M40, M25 and M1 motorways. Buses serve centres of Amersham, Gerrards Cross, Little Chalfont and Beaconsfield. Little Chalfont village centre, provides a varied selection of shops, schooling and a railway station with services to London (Baker Street, The City and Marylebone). Buckinghamshire is renowned for its state and private education. Admission criteria for state schools can be found on the council website www.buckscc.gov.co.uk.
The front of the house has a full width brick paviour driveway with parking for several vehicles. There is a wide path to one side of the house to allow access to the rear garden. Behind the house, a wide sandstone terrace has raised brick flower beds planted with a selection of dwarf evergreens. The remainder of the garden is level and mainly laid to lawn with a mix of fencing and hedging to the sides and views over farmland beyond at the rear. There are external taps supplying hot and cold water.
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