Hylton Road, Sands,
This bay fronted 1930`s detached family home is found in a tucked away cul de sac to the south west of High Wycombe town centre. The property has been modernised by the current owner. However has retained several character features including the open fireplace and picture rails.
The property in brief comprises an entrance hallway with stairs rising to the first floor with understairs storage, two reception rooms, with the living room boasting a bay window with picturesque views and an open fireplace. the dining room to the rear having French doors leading to the rear garden. The kitchen has been modernised, however is still in keeping with it`s original 1930`s design, also having a door to the side access. To the first floor are two generously sized double bedrooms with the principle bedroom also benefiting from fitted wardrobes as well as the bay window and views. A single box bedroom completes the bedrooms, with a spacious and refitted bathroom completing the internal accommodation.
Externally the property has driveway parking to the front with a lawn garden with flower and shrub boarders. Gated side access leads to a well proportioned rear garden with a timber shed. The garden is enclosed by a mixture of hedgerow and mature trees.
High Wycombe town centre provides an extensive range of shopping facilities, leisure facilities and restaurants as well as a sports centre and multi-screen cinema complex. Surrounding the town is a selection of golf courses and other recreational amenities.
For the commuter there is a frequent rail service from High Wycombe to London Marylebone and the area also benefits from being close to the M40, providing links to the national motorway network including the M25 and easy access to Heathrow Airport.
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