Semi Detached House
PRETTY CHARACTER COTTAGE * SITTING ROOM/DINING ROOM * FITTED KITCHEN * STUDY * THREE BEDROOMS * FOUR PIECE FAMILY BATHROOM * BRICK BUILT OUT BUILDING * ENCLOSED PRIVATE DETACHED GARDEN
This three bedroom cottage which dates back to 1878 is full of character and charm, being perfectly positioned in a quiet location, close to the village centre.
A well presented property with a stable door leading into the kitchen which benefits from country style wall and base units with wooden worktops over, a built in gas hob with electric oven below, built in fridge/freezer and space for a freestanding dishwasher. A wooden door leads into the spacious open-plan sitting/dining room which is divided by an attractive central brick fireplace housing a wood burning stove, making this room particularly cosy and inviting. Off the sitting room is a convenient study which has a window to the rear aspect and stairs rising to the first floor.
On the first floor are three good size bedrooms plus a spacious four piece family bathroom suite in white.
Outside to the rear is a brick built out building, perfect for storage with plumbing for a washing machine. The private, detached garden is a wonderful space enclosed by fencing with herbaceous plants and bushes to the borders, a wooden shed plus a gravelled area with space for table and chairs; the 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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