A rare opportunity to acquire this Edwardian 3-bedroom, 2 reception room, semi-detached property with a large south west facing garden, a garage and elevated views over the Chiltern countryside. Located in the desirable village of Piddington, within a short walk to the local pub. Sold with NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Lynwood was built in 1903 and has been in the family for over 50 years and still presents a lot of its original character features. The property lends itself to improvements and modernisation, whilst providing spacious accommodation. The property consists of an entrance porch that leads through to the entrance hallway, where you`ll find a large under stairs storage cupboard. The living room has a feature fireplace, parquet flooring and fabulous views to the front, making this a cosy place to relax. There is a large dining room, again with a feature fireplace, creating a sociable family space. The kitchen/breakfast room lends itself to improvements, allowing the purchaser to create their ideal space.
Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms, with the master being a very generous size and boasting idyllic views over the village green and Chiltern countryside, whilst also benefitting from built in wardrobes and a fireplace, one of its original features. Bedroom 2 is also a double bedroom and has both built in wardrobes and a large bay window. The south facing third bedroom has built in wardrobes and an original fireplace. There is also the family bathroom with a bath and sash window.
There is a generous, L shaped, southwest facing rear garden, which is laid mainly to lawn and is bordered by trees and shrubs. At the top of the garden there is a garage with driveway parking that can be accessed via King Street. To the front of the property there are steps leading to the front door with a small, mainly lawned, front garden. On road parking is also available to the front of the property.
Other notable features include oil central heating and a large, mostly boarded loft. The property is chain free.
Piddington is a semi-rural village situated off the A40 between Oxford and High Wycombe. Close by is the historic village of West Wycombe with its High Street dating back to the 16th Century and its famous Hell Fire Caves and choice of local shops and public houses.
A much greater range of shopping and leisure facilities can be found in High Wycombe, Marlow and Princes Risborough. West Wycombe Combined School provides education for 4 - 11-year-olds, whilst grammar and secondary schools can be found in High Wycombe, Marlow and Princes Risborough.
A mainline station can be found in High Wycombe with services to London Marylebone in about 31 minutes. There are excellent links to the motorways, with Junction 5 of the M40 being within easy reach, giving access to central London, Heathrow, M25 and the North.
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