Studridge Lane, Speen
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A fantastic opportunity to acquire a three bedroom detached bungalow which has approved planning permission for a four bedroom detached family home. The property positioned within the highly regarded village of Speen and is located down a quiet country lane which is regarded as one of the best roads within the village. The property accommodation comprises of, entrance hallway, good sized multipurpose living room with fireplace, kitchen / breakfast room flowing through to the conservatory and rear garden. There is also a master bedroom with ensuite shower room, two further good sized double bedrooms, one with fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom.
To the rear, patio doors from the conservatory lead you out to the private and sunny rear garden with patio area, perfect for alfresco dining.
To the front you will find a large gravelled driveway, with parking for multiple vehicles, single garage and a private `secret garden` with borders for planting. There is also side access leading to the rear of the property.
The property has the benefit of full planning permission for a spacious four bedroom house, making it an exciting opportunity for someone to put their stamp on. The current design comprises of downstairs open plan kitchen, dining and living, snug, study, play area, large utility/ pantry, cloakroom and integrated garage. Upstairs the master and second bedrooms benefit from en-suite facilities, bedrooms 3 and 4 are both large double rooms and there is also a main family bathroom. Further details can be requested from the agent.
Other notable features include, oil fired central heating system, double glazed windows and loft storage space.
Speen is considered by many as one of the most popular villages in the area. The village offers Speen Stores for day to day needs, a highly regarded primary school, a historic church and thriving community. The local area is well known for its breath taking countryside, famed Beech woodland and attractive walks, plus excellent schooling for all ages. The village itself sits between Great Missenden and the market town of Princes Risborough some 4 miles distant. Both offer a main line railway station providing access to London (Marylebone).
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