- Reception hall
- Dining room
- Three large double bedrooms
- Basement with further rooms
- Ample parking
- Living room
- Breakfast kitchen
- Three bath/shower rooms
- Extensive gardens
- Available 1st May
Located down its own private, tree-line driveway and approached via electric gates, Oak House fronts and backs onto picturesque open farm land.
Built to the very highest standard using hand-made bricks and the best craftsmanship, this is a home like no other. If you are conscious about the environment, you will be enthused by the lambs-wool wall insulation, solar panels and fully-automated rainwater collector.
The beautifully-appointed breakfast kitchen with its granite worktops and travertine flooring have been custom-made from solid oak – as have all the doors, frames and skirtings throughout.
Contemporary and stylish bathrooms will impress, along with the reception hallway leading to the patio and garden through double doors.
The triple aspect dining room with stunning views all round, simply has to be experienced.
Most rooms in this unique property enjoy double aspect views, and with the added benefit of a basement level with two further rooms, a viewing is simply a must.
Available 1st May
Council Tax Band: G - £3,243.67 20/21
Deriving its name from the Anglo Saxon Bellingdenu or Bella's Valley in the 15th Century, the village of Bellingdon lies in the parish of Chartridge and is situated on a ridge, typical of the Chiltern Hills.
The town of Chesham, just two miles north, has rapidly developed into a firm favourite among house buyers.
Many wishing to leave London's suburbs find Chesham the perfect spot. You can maintain your city links while finding a new pace of life in this attractive town.
An array of retailers line the High Street and with the Metropolitan train into London just a step away, you have everything to gain.
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- Holding Deposit: 1 week's rent
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