A beautifully presented and charming two bedroom end of terraced Victorian cottage originally built in the late 1800`s. The property is located within the highly sought after town of Princes Risborough which offers excellent amenities, schools and transport links all within walking distance of the property. The property accommodation comprises of the following, good sized living room with functioning fireplace, perfect for those cold winter evenings. Dining area with cupboard for storage as well as a recently fitted (2020) shaker style kitchen with solid wood work tops,waist height and eye level cupboards, built in cabinet lighting as well as a door leading out to rear garden. Upstairs you will find two good sized double bedrooms, the main bedroom benefits from fitted wadrobes and a modern family bathroom with bath and over head shower. To the rear, a door from the kitchen / breakfast room leads you out to a good sized sunny rear garden with patio area, perfect for alfresco dining on those warm summer evenings as well as side access.
Other notable features include, mains gas central heating system, double glazed windows throughout and loft storage space.
The attractive market town of Princes Risborough offers a post office, a leisure centre and a good range of local shops including a Tesco, Marks & Spencer Simply Food and Costa Coffee. Further, more comprehensive leisure and shopping facilities can be found in High Wycombe, Aylesbury and Oxford all within easy reach. Excellent schooling is provided locally with a good choice of private and state schools close by including grammar schools in High Wycombe and Aylesbury.
There is access to the M40 motorway for London and the Midlands just 6 miles away (J6) and Princes Risborough station offers an excellent main line rail service to London (Marylebone - 35 minutes) and the Midlands.
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 D