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4 bedroom semi-detached house

£475,000Guide Price
4 Bedrooms 2 Bath/Shower Rooms
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The ground floor has wonderful original parquet flooring throughout, with the entrance hall leading to the kitchen, dining room and sitting room. There is a lovely open fireplace with wood burning stove for the cold winter nights.

To the side of the house, is a useful utility room and study/playroom, ideal for those who may need to work from home.

The property was cleverly extended by the previous owners to maximise space, with three bedrooms and a bathroom to the first floor and a fabulous master bedroom with en-suite and a plethora of wardrobes to the second floor.

To the front, the garden has been transformed into a mini-allotment with raised vegetable and fruit beds. There is ample driveway parking for a few cars. The rear garden is staggered, being mainly laid to lawn with patio terrace and mature plants. A particular highlight of the property are the wonderful open views to the front, across the rooftops of Chesham. Tucked away at the end of this popular cul-de-sac, a viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the space and potential on offer.


Council Tax Band: D – £1,735.79 17/18


Chesham can be described as having one foot in London and the other in Buckinghamshire.

Lively and colourful, it has a cosmopolitan air yet shares Buckinghamshire`s most prized features: the inspiring countryside, the rare peace and the ancient feel of England`s traditions.

Smart and increasingly well served by familiar High Street shops, Chesham`s independent retailers provide everything residents need. A quality butcher, housewares shop, chemist and baker complement the coffee shops and supermarkets.

Known locally for its schools (prep school and grammar school) the wide expanses of the country are no more than five minutes` drive from the centre.
The dual identity of Chesham makes it an informed choice for those leaving urban centres but wishing to remain connected to the hum and variety the larger town brings.