A charming four bedroom cottage packed with character and set in a tucked away location in Hazlemere with easy access to nearby shops, restaurants and sought after schools.
This wonderful brick and flint cottage is beautifully presented and has a cosy period feel with ample space for a family to live and grow.
Entering through a storm porch, the character of the cottage is immediately in evidence with flagstone flooring and oak beams through to an entrance hall with access to all rooms. The spacious reception room is triple aspect with views over the garden. Features include exposed oak beams along with a large Inglenook fireplace for warm cosy evenings whatever the weather. To the rear, the kitchen is well equipped with a good range of Shaker style wall and base units complemented by a wooden work surface and integrated appliances. An island unit to the centre of the kitchen provides both seating and additional storage. There is also a practical cloakroom located from the hallway. A dining room overlooking the front of the property along with a handy downstairs cloakroom completes the ground floor accommodation.
Upstairs are four bedrooms including the master bedroom which benefits from an en-suite shower room. The family bathroom is well presented and comprises a modern three-piece suite. Garden and grounds
The property is situated at the entrance to a small cul-de-sac. The mature garden offers a good degree of privacy thanks to mature shrub and hedge borders alongside lawned areas to the front and side of the property. To the rear, is a patio area, ideal for alfresco entertaining along with access to a garage with power and light via a side door. Driveway parking provides parking for several cars. Location
Linden Cottage is ideally located along a quiet residential road yet with practical local amenities including a Little Waitrose, Spar, pharmacy, local stores and pubs only a few minutes' walk away. The property also has easy access to open countryside. Hazlemere is well served by road and rail links with High Wycombe and Beaconsfield train stations at approximately 2 miles and 5 miles respectively. The M40 meanwhile at approximately 2 miles away provides fast access to the M25, Heathrow and London. Schools
The area is well regarded for its excellent grammar schooling including the ever-popular Royal Grammar School (boys) at 1.5 miles way.
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