Four bedroom detached house
One of only four properties built by a well-respected local developer in 2007, this four bedroom detached house is offered to the market for the first time since new.
All principal ground floor rooms are accessed from the welcoming entrance hall. There is a study, spacious kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, dining room and sitting room. Both reception rooms to the rear have French doors opening onto the patio terrace and lend themselves to being knocked together to create a wonderfully large room, perhaps with bi-folding doors.
The first floor landing is a generous size, with access to four double bedrooms and the family bathroom. Both the master bedroom and guest bedroom have en-suite facilities.
To the outside, being at the head of the cul-de-sac, the property has a useful detached double garage with electric door and shed to the side. There is ample driveway parking in addition to this.
The front garden is attractively planted with a side gate leading to the rear garden. This is mainly laid to lawn with mature planting to the rear.
The property is offered with no onward chain complications and would be ideal for a growing family looking to be within walking distance of open countryside and fantastic transport connections.
Council Tax Band: F – £2644.71 (2018/19)
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.