We are delighted to offer for sale this beautiful Victorian family home situated towards the bottom of a no through road with panoramic views over open countryside.
Description Originally built in 1875 this four bedroom Victorian family home offers spacious and flexible living accommodation set within a quiet village location with stunning countryside views. Internally, the property is neutrally decorated throughout most of the house and presented in good condition. There is a spacious living room with a bay window and open fireplace in a brick surround, a large study / playroom and a generous dual aspect dining room which opens into a sunroom. The sunroom offers stunning panoramic countryside views as far as the eye can see and access to the garden.
The Kitchen is fully fitted with a mixture of free standing and integrated appliances with wooden kitchen cabinets and plenty of worktop space. This leads on to a separate utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is a separate boot room with external access and a downstairs cloakroom.
To the first floor there are four double bedrooms, a family bathroom, two en-suite shower rooms and a box room. The master bedroom benefits from built in wardrobes and spectacular views.
Grounds and gardens The property is situated towards the bottom of a residential road within this semi-rural village, it offers a private driveway with parking for up to three vehicles and a double garage with up and over doors. The garden wraps around the entirety of the house and offers spectacular views. There is a delightful South East facing and well maintained garden at the front which is secluded and bordered by mature beech hedging. There is a patio area situated outside of the sun room which is ideal for taking in the views and a partially walled garden around the back of the property. The back garden has been well maintained by the current owners and is filled with a variety of apple trees, mature roses and a vegetable plot. There is also additional secluded seating within the back garden.
Situation Chearsley is a popular semi-rural village situated between Long Crendon and Cuddington. Amenities within the village include popular pub The Bell, a village shop and a Parish Church. Further amenities can be found in the nearby village of Long Crendon and more comprehensive shops can be found in the nearby Towns of Thame or Aylesbury. In terms of Schooling Primary Schools can be attended in either Cuddington or Haddenham. For Secondary Schooling a number of good private schools are situated close by and Aylesbury offers a choice of well-regarded Grammar Schools. There are excellent commuting links with Junction 8a of the M40 approximately 9.6 miles away, providing easy access into both London and the Midlands. Chearsley is also minutes from major rail network links such as Haddenham and Thame Parkway which can connect you into London Marylebone within 40 minutes and Oxford.
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