- Victorian cottage in a popular town centre location
- Open-plan sitting/dining room
- Shower room to ground floor
- En-suite bathroom to rear bedroom
- Available late April 2021
- Permit parking available, with additional visitor permits
- Two large bedrooms
- South-facing cottage garden
Situated in popular Sunnyside Road, a short walk to the Met line station and town centre, this terraced property is significantly larger than the majority in the locality, with a large first floor.
The main reception room is open-plan with sitting area to the front and dining space to the rear, allowing for light to flood the house. Stairs to the first floor rise through the middle of the room.
The kitchen is a good size, with a shower room beyond. Both bedrooms are a lovely size, with an en-suite bathroom to the rear bedroom.
There is gated side access to the rear garden, a delightful area, being south facing and low-maintenance.
Available: Late April 2021
Council Tax Band: C - £1729.95
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.
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