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This Edwardian semi-detached three storey house was built in 1910 a and now offers a comfortable family home with spectacular views over the surrounding area. Steps lead up to the porch and through a part glazed front door into the entrance hall, which has attractive ceramic tiles with under floor heating. The formal dining room has a front aspect through a square bay window and is a wonderful space for entertaining. At the rear is the sitting room, a beautifully light room with multi fuel burner in a marble surround and a door out to the garden. The galley style kitchen is entered through the breakfast room. It has a good range of painted units with timber work surfaces, spaces for a gas range cooker, a dishwasher, fridge freezer, a gas boiler, and a tiled floor. Beyond is the utility room with spaces for both washing machine and tumble dryer plus a butler's sink. Doors from here access the rear garden and also the cloakroom, with wc and hand basin. Upstairs on the first floor, the landing has cupboard space and three bedrooms. A bright double room at the rear has views over the garden. The family bathroom has a bath, separate shower, basin and wc. To the front, the master bedroom has a bay window and en suite shower room. Further stairs lead to the second floor with a double bedroom, which has spectacular views over the surrounding area, and a further double bedroom, currently used as a study. There is generous eaves storage space.
The property is situated in a residential road, approximately half a mile from Chesham town centre with the Metropolitan line station (direct service to Baker Street and The City), Waitrose and Sainsburys, Lowndes Park, the Elgiva Theatre and the open-air heated swimming pool. The area is also renowned for its range of independent and state schools, including nearby Chesham Grammar School (with adjacent leisure centre with indoor pool and gym facilities). Admission criteria for state schools can be found on www.buckscc.gov.co.uk. Nearby towns of Berkhamsted and Amersham provide a further range of amenities and rail services. Berkhamsted has trains to Euston whilst Amersham provides both Metropolitan line and Chiltern Line services to Marylebone. Roads link to A41 at Berkhamsted, M25 at Chorleywood and M40 at Beaconsfield.
To the front of the house is a paved parking area for two vehicles and additional space for visitors. Mature deciduous trees provide privacy and there is a flower bed beside the paved steps to the front door. A gated path beside the house, with outside tap and log store, leads to the rear terrace, which is a glorious sun trap with an additional raised area for outdoor dining. The lawn has beds with retaining wooden sleepers along one side and a summer house and garden shed. The plot is enclosed with both timber panelling and hedging.
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