Occupying a generous, wide plot, this fine family home provides wonderfully light and airy accommodation with two large bay windows plus distant country views. From the Entrance Hall, twin double doors take you through into the 25ft Sitting Room (with feature gas fireplace and double doors to garden) and the Dining Room. The Kitchen Breakfast Room is fully fitted with Stainless Steel appliances, granite work tops, Pantry and ceramic tiled floors. Adjoining the Kitchen is a good size Family Room with deep storage cupboards and sliding patio doors out to the terrace. To the side, and accessed both internally and externally, is an annexe which comprises of a 16ft Bedroom, Sitting Room, Kitchen and Shower Room. This could easily be used as a studio/home office or teenage suite or incorporated into the main house as a Study and guest suite. On the first floor are four good size bedrooms, all with delightful views, served by the family bathroom with Spa bath.
Situation Situated on the edge of this sought after conservation village, the property is located within the Greenbelt and close to National Trust Woodland, with access to The Ridgeway and several Golf courses, horse riding and other outdoor activities. The market Town of Princes Risborough, approx 1.4 miles away, is a lively Market Town with a variety of local shops and restaurants and several social, cultural and sports facilities. There is a good choice of both State and independent Primary Schools and excellent Grammar Schools in nearby Aylesbury & High Wycombe. Motorway links are readily accessible (M40 Junction 4 or 5) coupled with a fast commuter train service to London. (38Mins), Birmingham (88 mins) and Oxford (circa 35 mins).
Outside Approached through double wrought iron gates and high brick walling (with pedestrian access), the long sweeping drive gently rises to the front of the house with a large area for plentiful parking. An impressive Koi pond provides a calming elegance with a Weeping Willow and other mature trees/hedging providing a good level of privacy. To the rear is a wide area of lawn with a variety of mature trees plus distant views beyond. To the side is a separate paddock interspersed with young trees and bordered with mature hedging/fencing.
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