ENTRANCE HALL * CLOAKROOM * SITTING ROOM * DINING ROOM * STUDY * KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM * MASTER BEDROOM WITH EN SUITE * GUEST BEDROOM WITH EN SUITE * TWO FURTHER BEDROOMS * FAMILY BATHROOM * GARDENS * SUBSTANTIAL, GATED PARKING/COURTYARD AREA * DOUBLE GARAGE * STABLE BLOCK WITH PLANNING PERMISSION GRANTED TO CONVERT INTO ADDITIONAL ACCOMMODATION
At first glance, this handsome, former Rothschild coach house offers everything; beautiful, generous, open-plan accommodation, period features, a large garden, and a gorgeous location less than a mile from the town centre. However, this stunning property also comes with the exciting opportunity to create an even more amazing home, with planning permission granted to convert an existing stable block to more accommodation, located just across the courtyard.
The existing house is already substantial, at almost 2,700 sq ft. Sympathetically converted into an individual home in the 1990s, wooden floors, exposed beams, an open fireplace, and large, dual aspect reception rooms all feature downstairs while, ascend the solid oak staircase to the first floor, and vaulted ceilings with exposed pine panelling are to be found, along with a stunning, galleried walkway which spans the length of the sitting room.
Outside, the plot totals around 0.3 acre. The sizeable rear garden unusually enjoys access from both the ground and first floor, and has glorious views of the surrounding countryside. To the front, a large, gated courtyard provides secure parking for numerous cars, and there is also a double garage.
Just across the courtyard, a separate stable block currently provides useful storage, and has planning permission granted to convert it into additional accommodation, if desired (planning ref: 4/01069/13/FHA). The conversion would provide some 1,600 sq ft of additional accommodation.
The appeal of this fabulous home is undeniable; substantial accommodation that has the flexibility to change and grow with the family, combined with � well, location, location, location.
The property is situated in a beautiful, tucked-away, rural location, yet less than a mile from Tring town centre.
Tring is a pretty market town on the edge of the Chiltern Hills, mentioned in 1086 in the Doomsday book. The town offers a wide range of recreational facilities, including a branch of the Natural History Museum, the Grand Union Canal, Pendley Court Theatre, and various sporting activities.
Local shopping facilities are varied and include a selection of independent boutiques, plus larger chains such as Tesco and M&S Simply Food. There are also a number of restaurants and cafes, including Costa and Prezzo.
The slightly larger market town of Berkhamsted is only around 5 miles away, and offers a further range of shops and facilities, including Waitrose, Laura Ashley, Fat Face and Carluccio`s.
Buckinghamshire`s County Town, Aylesbury, is around 8 miles and boasts a multiplex cinema, shopping centres, and a recently completed �42 million theatre.
The area boasts some excellent educational facilities, including Tring School. For those wishing to use the independent sector, Tring Park School for the Performing Arts, Berkhamsted School, and Chesham Preparatory School all have superb reputations.
London is easily accessible. Both commuters to town, and those seeking some retail therapy at Westfield, are well catered for with Tring station providing regular and direct train services to London Euston and Shepherds Bush in a little over 40 minutes. Road links nearby include the A41, which provides dual carriageway access direct to the M25 (J20).
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