Semi Detached House
PERIOD PROPERTY * ENTRANCE HALL * SITTING ROOM WITH OPEN FIRE PLACE * DINING AREA * BESPOKE KITCHEN * CLOAKROOM * FAMILY ROOM * CONSERVATORY * THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS * FAMILY BATHROOM * GARDENS * DRIVEWAY *
This charming property, said to originally date back to the late 1800`s, has been sympathetically extended and improved by the current owners over the years, and to a very high standard.
The ground floor accommodation is both spacious and inviting; from the tiled entrance hall, to the full length sitting room, which features an open fireplace. A stunning family room, complete with vaulted ceiling, opens into a very smart conservatory, while a beautiful, bespoke maple kitchen by `Cotteswood` of Oxford, completes the ground floor living accommodation.
To the first floor, the large landing leads to three double bedrooms, and family bathroom.
Last, but most certainly not least, is the gorgeous plot the property occupies. The current owners have injected considerable time and love to create a truly beautiful country garden to the rear, with circular lawned areas, well stocked borders and a vegetable garden. The front garden is partly enclosed by mature hedging and laid to lawn, and a gravel driveway provides off road parking for a number of vehicles.
Ledburn is a pretty hamlet in the parish of Mentmore, Buckinghamshire. It is ideally situated, both a short drive from the market towns of Tring and Leighton Buzzard, and approximately 8 miles and 14 miles away from the larger towns of Aylesbury and Milton Keynes respectively.
The hamlet consists of just two principal roads, with an attractive mix of period cottages and modern houses. During the 19th and 20th centuries, Ledburn was owned by Baron Mayer de Rothschild and, by inheritance, became part of the Earl of Rosebery`s Mentmore estate.
Nearby railway communications to London and beyond, are excellent; Leighton Buzzard station is only around 2 miles away, and boasts a regular service to Euston in around 40 minutes.
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