Lower Icknield Way, Great Kimble – NO UPPER CHAIN!
Set in this sought after Village of Great Kimble which is on the edge of the Chiltern Hills is this lovely Terrace home which has been in the same family for many years. Views over the local countryside can be enjoyed and this property has the advantage of stunning local footpaths all within easy walking distance.
On the first floor you will find, two double bedrooms, a third bedroom and a family Bathroom. On the ground floor the acoomdation includes a well proportioned Living Room, Kitchen/Dining Room a Conservatory Room and a downstairs Cloakroom. The property is Double Glazed and has Gas to Radiator Central Heating all fed by a Back Boiler which is behind the Gas Fire in the Living Room
Outside is a pleasant rear Garden which is mainly Laid to Lawn with Shrubs, Flower Borders and Flower Beds. At the rear is a Green House and two Potting Sheds can be found. Access to the front is via a small gate that goes through the neighbouring property. The front Garden has been converted into off street car parking for two/three Vehicles.
Great Kimble is a sought after village at the foot of the Chiltern Hills and situated close to areas of outstanding natural beauty. Within the village there is a public house, a primary school (where Riley went to school) and train station can be found in the neighbouring Village of Little Kimble.. The market town of Princes Risborough is within 3 miles and Aylesbury 5 miles. There are numerous countryside walks and bridleways in the area.
There is easy access to the M40 motorway (Junctions 4 or 6) and for the commuter a halt at Little Kimble gives access to Princes Risborough station which provides a mainline service to London, Marylebone in approximately 36 minutes.
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