Dating back to the 1820`s is this delightful brick and flint character cottage situated in a private road in a semi rural location, benefiting from far reaching countryside views. The cottage has been extended over the years and now offers spacious and versatile accommodation and has no onward chain Read more
Dating back to the 1820`s is this delightful brick and flint character cottage situated in a private road in a semi rural location, benefiting from far reaching countryside views. The cottage has been extended over the years and now offers spacious and versatile accommodation and has no onward chain
Situated in a private road in this semi rural location and with stunning views over open countryside is this delightful semi detached cottage which originally dates back to the 1820`s.The property has been extended and modernized over the years and now provides spacious and flexible accommodation. The split level accommodation comprises entrance hall with vaulted glass ceiling, lounge with fireplace, separate dining/family room, kitchen/breakfast room openingonto conservatory with `French` doors leading to rear garden. The ground floor is completed by a separate utility room and a family bathroom with four claw roll top bath The first floor accommodation, again is split level and comprises master bedroom with ensuite shower room, three further bedrooms (two of which are interconnected and one would be ideal as a dressing room or nursery). There is driveway parking for three cars and potential space for a garage (subject to planning) The rear garden is a delightful feature with paved, patio, garden pond, area of lawn and siding onto woodland. The property is being sold with no onward chain.
The hamlet of Wheeler End dates back to Anglo Saxon times and is made up mainly of a collection of terraced houses and free standing properties surrounding the village common. The hamlet is located close to the A40 between West Wycombe and Stokenchurch, north of High Wycombe and the market town of Marlow. The hamlet is surrounded by arable land belonging to the West Wycombe Estate of Sir Edward Dashwood. The M40 can be accessed at Stokenchurch (J5) and the mainline trains at High Wycombe station can reach central London in 35 minutes.
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