Semi Detached House
* Entrance Hallway * 25'1 x 21'2 Drawing Room * 16' x 15'2 Dining Room * 11'10 x 10'2 Study * Fitted 18'10 x 7'10 Kitchen * Cloakroom * Four Double Bedrooms * Family Bathroom * Wealth of Period Features * Ample Storage Facilities * Driveway * Side Access * Convenient Parking * Rear Mature Garden * Ideal Location * EPC Rating: E * SituationSituation
Located at the top of the Hambleden Valley, the village of Frieth is conveniently located for the comprehensive shopping facilities of Henley, Marlow and High Wycombe with local shopping needs in nearby Lane End. There are numerous country walks and there is an excellent primary school in the village as well as numerous kindergartens in the neighbouring villages and a thriving pre-school in Frieth Village Hall every morning and secondary/grammar schools in Henley, Marlow and High Wycombe. The local Yew Tree Public House is soon to be re-opened offering a delicatessen, coffee area as well as a 45 cover restaurant.
There are fast rail links (some take approx. 24 mins) from High Wycombe to Marylebone (approx. 5 miles) from Marlow via Maidenhead to London Paddington (4.7 miles) and the property is well placed for access to the M40 Motorway J4 at High Wycombe and the M4 J8/9 at Maidenhead.
A deceptively spacious family home believed to date back in parts to 1750 with a wealth of charm and character and is well presented and been maintained to a high standard by the present owners who have been in residence for 24 years.
Accommodation is arranged briefly as follows:
The main entrance is to the side of the property and opens into a spacious hallway providing access into the drawing room, cloakroom, dining room and inner hallway with under floor heating. The inner hallway has a deep and long cloaks cupboard, stairs to the main landing and access into bedroom 3 with exposed brick and flint wall, ceiling timbers and plumbing for an en-suite shower room if required. The double aspect drawing room is a particular feature with a wealth of character features, log burning stove and bi-folding doors that lead out onto the mature and colourful southerly aspect rear garden. The kitchen is accessed off the drawing room with tiled flooring, ample wall and base units and appliances and provides access into the dining room which again has a wealth of character, features including the original face plate of the bread oven and attractive stained glass windows and access into the original cellar, a versatile room currently used as an additional reception room. From the dining room is the study with the original front windows and ceiling timbers.
On the main landing, three double bedrooms all having fitted wardrobe and storage facilities and the family bathroom.
A driveway to the side of the home provides off street parking and access to the rear with a patio area immediately adjacent to the drawing room. Steps lead up to a lawned garden with mature borders and shingled area to the rear with a detached timber storage shed.
Proceed towards Marlow on the A4155 and turn left at Mill End signposted Hambleden. Turn right into Hambleden village, continue up Pheasants Hill for approximately 1.5 miles and as you enter Frieth. The Old Store is immediately after the Church on the right.
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