Semi Detached House
PRETTY CHARACTER COTTAGE * ENTRANCE PORCH * DOWNSTAIRS WC * SITTING ROOM/DINING ROOM * FITTED KITCHEN * BEDROOM THREE/STUDY * FAMILY SHOWER ROOM * TWO FURTHER DOUBLE BEDROOMS UPSTAIRS * COMMUNAL REAR GARDEN * OFF STREET PARKING
This charming three bedroom character cottage which is full of character and original period features is located in this pretty spot overlooking the picturesque village church.
This well presented property benefits from a convenient entrance porch which leads to a downstairs WC and sitting/dining room. The fabulous sitting/dining is a cosy room that boasts a newly fitted wood burner, stylish fitted shutters, beams and exposed brick walls. Steps flow down from the lounge to the kitchen which makes the downstairs living space a warm and sociable area. The generous sized kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units with built in appliances, wooden work surfaces, a Butler sink and wooden cupboard doors that house a utility area. To the rear of the kitchen is bedroom 3/study which is a generous room allowing for a variety of uses.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms and a newly fitted shower room.
Outside to the front, is a private enclosed front garden which is laid to lawn, plus there is off street parking and a communal rear garden which is a perfect space for alfresco dining.
This sought after Buckinghamshire village, close to the borders of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, boasts some beautiful examples of Tudor architecture, particularly around the village green. The village lies on the edge of some 5,000 acres of National Trust land, where Pitstone Windmill and Ivinghoe Beacon can be found.
Nearby communication links are excellent, including the A41 at Tring, which provides a dual carriageway link direct to the M25 (J20). Tring also has its own mainline train station, with regular and direct service to London Euston in approx. 35 mins.
Village facilities include a recreation ground, tea shop, church, public house, plus the renowned King`s Head fine dining restaurant. Nearby towns offer a more comprehensive range of facilities, from the boutiques and coffee shops in picturesque Tring and Berkhamsted, to the shopping centres and department stores of Hemel Hempstead and Aylesbury, both of which also boast multiplex cinemas and extensive leisure facilities.
Schooling is excellent. The local primary school, Brookmead, caters for children aged 4 to 11, and the village falls within the Grammar Schools catchment area in Aylesbury.
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