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Wessex House is a charming five bedroom classic Charles Church home, built in 1987. Set in approximately 0.3 of an acre the property is situated towards the end of this sought after private road overlooking the prestigious Burnham Beeches. The property offers spacious accommodation and could be extended, subject to planning permission. Attractive brick build with traditional double glazed sash windows. Ground floor accommodation is all accessed off the bright entrance hallway with sweeping staircase to the first floor. Beautifully dual aspect sitting room runs the length of the building. With gas fire and sliding patio doors out to the garden. Double doors off the hallway lead to separate dining room with front aspect. Kitchen comprises of 1½ bowl single drainer enamel sink unit with cupboard below, work surfaces, good selection of base and wall unit cupboards and drawers, integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer, stainless steel five ring gas hob, extractor fan above, stainless steel double oven, Amtico flooring, breakfast bar. The utility provides access to both the garden and garage. A study overlooks the rear garden and downstairs cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation.
On the first floor you will find a fantastic master bedroom with built in wardrobes and en-suite bathroom. Comprising roll-top oval bath with hand-held shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low-level WC and separate fully tiled shower cubicle. Tiled walls and floor, chrome ladder-style heated towel rail, spotlights. Bedroom 2 has a rear aspect overlooking the pretty garden and built-in wardrobes. Bedroom 3 has two sash windows flooding the room with natural light. Two further double bedrooms and family bathroom complete the first floor accommodation.
The Avenue is a gated private road well positioned within the village and offers access to a selection of local shops and amenities, including a small Tesco Express, cafes, restaurants and local pubs. Both Beaconsfield and Gerrards Cross are nearby and offer further shops and facilities including railway stations on the Chiltern line, providing service directly to London Marylebone. Junction 2 of the M40 is around 3 miles away, which offers a direct link to the M25.
Accessed behind electric iron gates the property is approached via gravel drive, giving a parking for several vehicles. Double garage with light, power and window. To the front of the property there is mature hedgerow and trees with a curved corner area of lawn, lighting, side access leading to the good-sized rear garden. Mainly laid to lawn with two terrace areas suited to outside dining, a water tap and lighting. There is an abundance of mature flowering plants, shrubs and trees.
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