Stokenchurch – SOLD SIMILAR PROPERTIES REQUIRED
A rare opportunity to aquire this immaculately presented and extended 1930`s 4 double bedroom, 2 bathroom detached property, with a garage and large south west facing garden. Situated close to local shops and amenities. Excellent transport links
The property consists of an entrance hallway, with an understairs storage cupboard. From the hallway, there is a home office space/snug. There is a sizeable living dining room, which is dual aspect with a bay window to the front and sliding doors which open to the rear garden. The modern kitchen/breakfast room is fully integrated and offers ample eye and waist level storage space, double oven and provides internal access into the garage. Adjoined to the kitchen is the utility room with access to the downstairs cloakroom and a door opening out to the sunny rear garden.
There are 4 double bedrooms with the master bedroom boasting built in wardrobes and a bay window. The property benefits from 2 bathrooms, to which one could be connected to the master bedroom to create an en-suite.
The rear garden is south west facing, approximately 120ft in length and is bordered by shrubs, plants, flowers and trees. There is also a patio area, ideal for alfresco dining, a small pond and some raised beds, perfect to grow your own vegetables.
To the front, there is a large driveway offering parking for multiple vehicles and access to the garage.
Other notable features include: gas central heating, double glazing throughout, an alarm system and the loft is boarded with a light and a pull down ladder.
Stokenchurch is a popular Buckinghamshire village situated in the Chiltern Hills. The village facilities include shops for day-today use, a doctor`s surgery, post office, library, Primary School, numerous pubs and restaurants. There is excellent walking and riding in the area. A more extensive range of facilities can be found in High Wycombe, approximately nine miles distant.
For the commuter there is easy access to the M40 motorway at Junction 5, providing links to Oxford, Birmingham, London, the M25 and M4 motorway networks. 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.
Buckinghamshire Council, Band F