Lacey Green – SOLD SIMILAR PROPERTIES REQUIRED

£475,000

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  • Reference number:10001680
  • Property Type:Semi-Detached House
  • Availability:Under Offer
  • Bedrooms:1
  • Bathrooms:1
  • Reception Rooms:1
  • Tenure:Freehold
  • New Home: No
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Property information

  • Reference number:10001680
  • Property Type:Semi-Detached House
  • Availability:Under Offer
  • Bedrooms:1
  • Bathrooms:1
  • Reception Rooms:1
  • Tenure:Freehold
  • New Home: No

Property summary

A unique opportunity to acquire a one bedroom `GRADE ll listed` COTTAGE originally built in the mid 1600`s bursting with CHARACTER THROUGHOUT. The property is located within the HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER village of Lacey Green and was recently featured on the popular BBC TV programme `COUNTRYFILE`!

A unique opportunity to acquire a stunning one bedroom `Grade ll listed` cottage originally built in the mid 1600`s bursting with character throughout. The property is located within the highly sought after village of Lacey Green and was recently featured on the popular BBC TV programme `Countryfile`. The property accommodation comprises of the following - a cute entrance porch leads you in to a well appointed, country style kitchen / breakfast room with waist height & eye level cupboards, stylish Belfast sink, fitted appliances including fridge, freezer, washing machine and dishwasher, exposed wooden beams throughout the ground floor as well as an AGA for cooking. There is also a cosy living room with functioning wood burner, perfect for those cold winter evenings and storage cupboards.

Upstairs, there is a spacious landing with two storage cupboards, modern family bathroom with roll top bath as well as a good sized double bedroom with original fireplace, now a feature of the room as well as a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams,

Outside, a well maintained and `loved` garden wraps around the entire cottage, bursting with beautiful flowers especially the large roses, well groomed hedges, plants and there are many borders for planting. There is also a small patio area, an ideal place for admiring the garden whilst enjoying a nice cup of tea as well as a shed, currently being used as a work shop also benefiting from power.

Other notable features include, mains gas central heating system and a gravelled driveway offering off road parking as well as some on road parking to the front of the property. .

Lacey Green

Lacey Green is a popular and attractive Chilterns village set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village has its own primary and middle school, St John`s Church of England, a community hall, a church and two public houses. For secondary education there are grammar schools in High Wycombe and a range of private schools within the area including Pipers Corner for girls. The nearby market town of Princes Risborough offers a range of cultural, shopping and leisure facilities including a Tesco superstore and Marks & Spencer Simply Food.

There is a Chiltern Line service from Princes Risborough into London Marylebone (approx 36 mins) or alternatively from Great Missenden (40 mins). A Metropolitan tube service is available at Amersham. There are good links for the motorways at Junctions 4 and 5 of the M40 within easy reach.


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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.

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Buckinghamshire Council, Band D

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