A period brick and flint cottage bursting with original character and charm, offering versatile accommodation for multi generational living with attached self contained annex and the potential to convert an existing building to the side of the property into separate detached accommodation/annex. Situated along a no through road within this highly desirable village. CHAIN FREE
The property originally built in 1851 has been a much loved family home for the current owners and has been well maintained during this time. The property offers great potential to extend or amend and create separate detached accommodation.
The property consists of: entrance porch opening into the main reception room which also leads into the second reception room, both boasting original beams and open fireplaces. The modern kitchen is semi open plan to the reception rooms, has ample eye and waist level units, oil fired Aga plus built in double ovens and separate hob, fitted fridge/freezer, double Belfast sinks, Granite work tops and French doors leading to the garden. There is a separate utility room with WC facilities. Beyond the utility room along the hallway is the attached annex which can also be accessed via a separate entrance from the garden. This area provides a small fitted kitchen, large walk in storage cupboard, shower room and reception/bedroom with a set of Bi fold and French doors to the garden. This versatile area could become part of the main house if an annex is not required.
There are three bedrooms with the dual aspect master bedroom benefiting from ensuite shower facilities and a dressing room. There is also a family bathroom to serve the other bedrooms.
In addition to the main house there is a separate brick and flint cottage discretely situated to the side of the house behind mature hedging with its own driveway parking and garden. This would be suitable as a separate annex or even a building plot. Further accommodation can be found above the double garage.
To the front and side of the property there is ample off road parking and a double garage with power and lights. The rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with a sociable patio area, mature hedging for privacy, pear and willow trees, along with a useful greenhouse and log store.
Other notable features include: oil central heating, mains drains and double glazing.
Radnage is a small village located in the Chiltern Hills and occupies some of the most beautiful countryside in the county with quiet country lanes and an assortment of traditional farmhouses, cottages and detached homes. The village has a 12th century church and two thriving pubs. There are also a number of exhilarating walks and rides in the immediate vicinity. Despite its rural atmosphere, the village is close to High Wycombe, Stokenchurch, Chinnor and Princes Risborough as well as being a short drive from the M40 motorway. High Wycombe is close by with The Eden retail development now being the heart beat of the town. Here, one can find an excellent range of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities.
In terms of schooling, the village has a well-regarded combined school, as well as nationally recognised senior schools such as the Royal Grammar School, Wycombe High, and John Hampden Grammar School. Schooling is clearly a major factor why so many people like to buy properties in Radnage, but it is also it`s accessibility to London which appeals.
For the commuter there is easy access to the M40 motorway at Junction 5, providing links to Oxford, Birmingham and London. The nearest railway station is in High Wycombe with links to London Marylebone and Birmingham.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
South Oxfordshire District Council, Band E