A beautifully presented and spacious three/four bedroomed town house in a private development overlooking the Aylesbury canal basin.
The property ground floor features a large kitchen/diner that opens out onto the rear garden, a utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer, a reception room that could be used as a 4th bedroom or a study, and a cloakroom.
The first floor includes a lounge that overlooks the canal basin, a family bathroom, and Bedroom 3 to the rear.
The second floor includes the master bedroom with an ensuite and bedroom 2. The master bedroom has a floor to ceiling window which looks over the canal basin.
Outside of the property there are two allocated parking spaces owned by the property and a low-maintenance rear garden that enjoys the sun from morning until late afternoon, perfect for those weekend summer bbq's.
The property is located in a small development that sits alongside the grand union canal. It's within walking distance of a number of infant schools, junior schools, and grammar schools. There is also easy access to multiple playing fields, children's play parks and numerous footpaths.
The nearby market town of Aylesbury (15-20 mins walk) provides a full range of commercial, shopping and leisure facilities, and includes a stunning new public square that includes a cinema and restaurants. For those wishing to commute to London (the current owners do), a main line station to London Marylebone can be found in either Stoke Mandeville or Aylesbury they have a journey time of approx. 50 & 55 minutes respectively. Alternatively, for those travelling by car the M25 can be reached via the A41 or the M40 which can be accessed either at Beaconsfield or Thame.
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