A pretty Grade II listed 17th century cottage situated in the conservation area in the market town of Princes Risborough enjoying many character features throughout. The entrance hall with quarry tiled floor provides access to the sitting/dining room, kitchen/breakfast room and bathroom. The 16'8 x 11'4 dual aspect sitting/dining room enjoys an open fireplace with brick surround, built in storage and French doors to the courtyard garden. The 14'4 10'2 kitchen/breakfast room has a range of fitted base and wall units, space for appliances, with the quarry tiled floor continuing through from the entrance hall. In addition there is a stable door from the breakfast room to the garden. The ground floor bathroom enjoys a luxury touch with a whirlpool bath and a shower above. To the first floor, are two double bedrooms and a night cloakroom. The dual aspect master bedroom, enjoys a range of fitted wardrobes and exposed timber beams. The second bedroom enjoys a triple aspect and views towards the church (there is the potential to create an ensuite shower room). The property is tastefully decorated throughout and has a wonderful feeling of space, a viewing is highly recommended. Available with no upward chain.
Situation Located in the heart of this picturesque market town at the base of the Chiltern Hills, this stunning residence is most convenient for the extensive range of shops including M&S Simply Foods and Tesco, cafes, restaurants, doctors and dental surgeries, plus a library, fitness centre with indoor pool, recreation grounds and a range of individual shops. Princes Risborough's mainline railway station running into Marylebone in 32mins fast train, is 0.8mile distant with the M40 8.5miles. The Icknield Way, the Phoenix Trail and Chilterns Cycleway are all approximately 2 miles distant. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its excellent schools, particularly its grammar school system. This area has superb state and private schools, details of which can be obtained from the local authority.
Outside To the front of the property is a paved entrance between the staddle stones allowing off street parking in addition to the off street parking to the side of the cottage. To the rear of the property is a delightfully sunny south westerly facing courtyard garden, perfect for entertaining, with shaped raised flower beds, mature shrubs and storage shed.
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