Quiet cul-de-sac location with views over farmland
Updated and much improved by current owners
Re-fitted kitchen with ample dining space
Sitting room with contemporary feature gas log fireplace
Master bedroom with dressing area and ensuite bathroom
Timber hobbies room with light and power
Large garage and ample driveway parking
Rear gardens backing onto farmland
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Rowallan is a modern, four bedroom, detached house that was originally built in the 1970's and has, over recent years, been updated and much improved by the present owners to provide a comfortable family home in a lovely semi-rural location.
On entering the house the spacious hallway leads past the utility room and to the refitted kitchen beyond. The kitchen is zoned with a food preparation area and dining/recreation area. The kitchen sink overlooks the garden and fields beyond which can be accessed via double doors from the kitchen.
The dining room is off the hallway on the left and has a front aspect with the sitting room beyond that. The sitting room is double aspect and has a contemporary feature gas-log fireplace as a focal point. There is a useful study/family room at the far end of the sitting room, again with windows overlooking the gardens.
Upstairs, the staircase leads to a central hallway from which doors lead to the bedrooms and family bathroom. The master suite is front aspect with an ensuite bathroom and dressing area. There are a further three bedrooms, two of which overlook the open farmland, and refitted family bathroom.
Outside the house is situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac set in good sized gardens which have been laid to lawn with strategically placed, raised seating areas. There is a large garage and ample parking to the front plus a further gravelled area with a useful timber hobbies room with light and power.
Accommodation In Brief
Entrance hall | Kitchen/breakfast room | Utility room | Dining room | Sitting room | Study | Cloakroom | Master bedroom with dressing area and ensuite bathroom | Three further bedrooms | Bathroom | Large single garage | Rear garden backing onto fields | Front gardens | Timber hobbies room
Prestwood village centre has an excellent range of day to day facilities available including a variety of local shops, ie Butchers, Bakers, Newsagents, Post Office, Chemist, Florist and Supermarkets, together with Doctors' and Dentists' surgeries. There are local schools for children up to the age of 11 years. For secondary education, Prestwood lies in the catchment area for the Amersham/Chesham Grammar Schools and The Royal Grammar School for Boys in High Wycombe. The Misbourne School in Great Missenden also offers schooling for 11-18 year olds. Private schools close by include The Gateway in Great Missenden and Pipers Corner for girls in Great Kingshill. Nearby Great Missenden also offers a main line rail link into Central London which is ideal for the commuter. For more extensive requirements both High Wycombe and Amersham are approximately 4/5 miles from Prestwood.
School Catchment (2019/20)
Prestwood Infant & Junior Schools | Boys' Grammar; Chesham, Dr Challoner's, The Royal Grammar School, Aylesbury Grammar | Girls' Grammar; Dr Challoner's High School, Aylesbury High | Mixed Grammar; Chesham, Sir Henry Floyd Upper School/All ability; The Misbourne | (We recommend you check accuracy and availability at the individual schools)
Council Tax Band G | EPC Rating D
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