Lane End Village – STUNNING PERIOD HOME
A stunning individual 1930`s detached extended home beautifully presented throughout offering a lovely blend of period and contemporary features. Kingsclere is located in the heart of this sought after Chilterns village benefiting from spacious rooms and flexible living space. The accommodation briefly comprises reception hall, sitting room with fireplace and bay window, fabulous `open plan` kitchen/dining room with integrated appliances and French doors opening onto the rear entertaining terrace, living room, study, good size utility room with storage and cloakroom. On the first floor the landing gives access to the loft space, principal bedroom with split level en suite bathroom, 2 further double bedrooms and superb modern shower room with underfloor heating. Outside there is a double garage with planning permission to create a studio facility, enclosed private rear garden with entertaining terrace with built in `outside kitchen` ideal for Alfresco dining, timber out building/workshop with light and power and extensive gravel parking. The property also boasts double glazing and gas central heating.
Standing high in the Chiltern Hills between Henley and Marlow is the popular village of Lane End. Local amenities and the village primary school are all within walking distance providing for day to day needs and the property is within a short walk of a number of delightful walks across surrounding Chiltern countryside, many leading to popular pubs and restaurants. The larger towns of Marlow, High Wycombe and Maidenhead are readily accessible offering excellent shopping, sporting and social facilities as well as schools for children of all ages.
Each has a railway station, Marlow serving Paddington via Maidenhead which will connect to Crossrail and High Wycombe to Marylebone. The M40 motorway is a short drive at Handy Cross (J4) or Stokenchurch (J5).
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