Semi Detached House
Orchard Farm Cottages
PERIOD FAMILY HOME * ENTRANCE HALL * KITCHEN/DINING ROOM * SITTING ROOM * WC * THREE BEDROOMS * FIVE PIECE FAMILY BATHROOM * REAR GARDEN * OFF STREET PARKING * ENCLOSED FRONT GARDEN * BEAUTIFUL VIEWS OVER FARMLAND
This fabulous three double bedroom `Brownlow` family home which is said to date back to the 1830`s has been sympathetically renovated whilst remaining full of character and charm plus enjoying views over open fields and countryside located in this tucked away location.
The property comprises an entrance hall with stone tile flooring, a sitting room with wooden floor, double doors to the rear garden and stone fireplace with log burner. The kitchen/dining room is fitted with a range of wooden wall and base units with a double Aga and an electric oven, space for table and chairs plus space for appliances. The WC has space for a washing machine and tumble dryer concealed within a cupboard.
Upstairs, are three double bedrooms, two with built in wardrobes all with wooden latch doors plus a spacious, five piece family bathroom suite.
Outside, the rear garden has a patio, a brick built storage shed, two further wooden sheds and side access leading to the front. The beautiful front garden has stunning views over farmland and a large lawn which is enclosed by a fence with mature trees, plants and bushes to borders. A picket fence leads to ample off street parking to the side of the garden.
Ivinghoe Aston itself is a small, tranquil hamlet situated at the foot of the Chilterns, on the edge of the Vale of Aylesbury and close to other picturesque villages.
Local facilities include �The Village Swan` public house which is owned by the villagers and offers excellent food as well as a focal meeting point, while the nearby village of Ivinghoe provides a wider range of facilities including a post office, general stores fine dining restaurant and a primary school.
The historic market towns of Tring, Leighton Buzzard and Berkhamsted offer an eclectic mix of independent, family run boutiques and restaurants, together with national High Street names such as M&S and Prezzo. Further shopping and recreational facilities can be found at Aylesbury, Hemel Hempstead and Milton Keynes.
Communication links both into London and heading North are excellent. The A5 is just six miles away, while the M1 is around 9 miles. The A41 bypass south of Tring provides dual carriageway access direct to the M25. Mainline railway stations can be found at Leighton Buzzard, Cheddington and Tring, with travelling times to London Euston from approximately 35 minutes.
There are a number of good primary schools in the area and grammar schools can be found in Aylesbury. For those wishing to use the independent sector, Tring Park School for the Performing Arts and Berkhamsted School both have superb reputations.
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