Thame Road, Long Crendon
An immaculately presented 2 bedroom detached period property dating back nearly 200 years, has been beautifully maintained by the current owners whilst retaining many original features. OFFERED CHAIN FREE
The property consists of: entrance hallway with space to store coats and shoes, which leads to the shaker style kitchen with ample eye and waist level storage, space for white goods, Belfast sink and oak work tops. From the kitchen is a spacious and cosy dual aspect reception room, full of original charm and character with a multi fuel wood burning stove. At later addition is the sun room which is semi open plan to the reception room and boasts French doors opening onto the pretty garden. The properties bathroom is on the ground floor with bath and overhead shower.
Upstairs there are two good size double bedrooms, both benefiting from built in storage.
The enclosed south rear garden is laid mainly to lawn with mature beds and boarders, a sociable patio area suitable for alfresco dining and entertaining with side access.To the front of the property is ample private off road parking for several vehicles.
Opposite the property is The Farm Shop, which has a variety of services to offer including an in house Bakery, Florist and Café allowing fresh bakery goods such as their very own Long Crendon ‘Posh Pork` sausage rolls and their delightful Crendon Pasties, along with tea and coffee right on the doorstep.
Other notable features include: Gas central heating, modern combi boiler and recently fitted double glazing windows throughout. Please note there are height restrictions in places.
Long Crendon is a highly sought after Buckinghamshire village with excellent local amenities including a health centre, churches and library; there are numerous clubs and societies within the village which also benefits from pre-schools and a local primary school with access to Lord Williams School in Thame and lies within the catchment area for the Aylesbury grammar schools.
There are excellent road and rail connections for the commuter with the M40 motorway (Junction 8) about 6 miles away providing connections to the M4 and M25 national motorway networks. Haddenham and Thame Parkway is a mainline station approximately 3 miles away which provides a fast and efficient rail service to London, Marylebone in approximately 40 minutes.
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