Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
An imposing 6 bedroom detached Edwardian home offering flexible accommodation over 3 floors. Situated in a much sought after crescent close between Chalfont St Peter & Gerrards Cross (rail station under 1 mile). The house is in excellent decorative condition with numerous character features remaining including high ceilings, pebble dash, fire places and decorative brick work.
Gerrards Cross 0.9 miles, Beaconsfield (Old Town) 4.4 miles, Heathrow (T2) 14.2 miles, London 19.8 miles (Marylebone Station), Oxford 39.5 miles.
Popular with commuters, communication links in the area are excellent; the M40 and M25 afford access to the M4, Heathrow and Gatwick airports and central London. Of particular note is Gerrards Cross, which provides a fast and regular Chiltern train link with London Marylebone and the London Underground in less than 20 minutes. (All distances and times are correct at time of writing).
The property boasts a carriage style 'in & out' driveway. The surface is gravelled and provides parking for numerous vehicles. To the rear is a raised terrace area with steps leading down to the lawn. The terrace area extends to the side, which enjoys a south westerly aspect. The gardens, which are on two sides, are split level and are predominantly laid to lawn and screened with fencing and mature hedging. From the terrace there are commanding views.
Littlehurst is situated in a perfect location close to Gerrards Cross and Chalfont St. Peter town centres. The bigger town of Gerrards Cross offers comprehensive facilities including an ‘Everyman’ cinema, supermarkets and a selection of cafes and restaurants.
Buckinghamshire is renowned for its choice and standard of schooling, both state and public. In particular, Gerrards Cross and the surrounding area boast a number of highly regarded independent schools for boys and girls. These include Thorpe House, Gayhurst, Davenies, Caldicott, Maltmans Green, St Mary’s, Godstowe, High March and Wycombe Abbey to name a few.
The county is one of the last to maintain the traditional grammar school system, with Beaconsfield Beaconsfield High School for girls (Beaconsfield) and Dr Challoners Schools for girls and boys (Amersham), John Hampden and Royal Grammar School for boys (High Wycombe).
Sports enthusiasts are well catered for with tennis, riding, squash, golf, cricket, rugby and football clubs in the area.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room
3 Bathrooms (1 Ensuite)
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