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Guide Price £1,500,000 - Sold

  • Grade II Listed detached house
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Study
  • Utility room
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms
  • Annexe
  • Garage/workshop
  • Approx Three Acres

Larkins Green is a beautiful and substantial Grade II listed house which has kept plenty of its original character. Dating back, in part, to the 16th Century but sympathetically modernised throughout gives the house a unique homely feel and successfully combines old with new.

The property boasts over 3,000 square foot of internal area. As you enter the house you are immediately greeted with a vast character filled hallway/ snug area with original ceiling and wall beams, feature inglenook fireplace and some original doors. The left hand side of the house offers a large dual aspect living room with southerly views looking out onto the pretty gardens. Further on from the hallway is a large room currently used as a study.

The dining room is a dual aspect room and boasts views to the front and back of the house. It is conveniently located next to the kitchen/breakfast room where you will find a high quality bespoke kitchen, complete with granite work tops and an Aga. The kitchen benefits from all the modern day appliances one comes to expect in today's world.

The ground floor is completed with a separate annexe, utility room, workshop and garage; all with internal access.

Upstairs can be reached via two separate staircases. There are four well proportioned rooms including a master suite; comprising bedroom, en-suite wet room and dressing room.

The house enjoys incredible views from most windows across open fields including its own manicured garden and paddocks.

The layout is versatile and has huge scope to suit a growing family.

In addition, a beautifully modernised self contained annexe would suit an ageing relative, separate rental income or would be a perfect stepping stone as a 'first home'.

This is a genuine must see house and viewing is highly recommended.

Coleshill is surely one of Buckinghamshire treasures. A hilltop village which the Romans considered significant, it exudes charm and character. Its colours in all seasons are impressive; from the brilliant white of snowy winters to rich green of the oaks in leaf. The dignified tone of the bell in the 19th-century church opposite the village hall gives this hamlet a uniquely watched-over feel. The pub supports an active community while Coleshill House, the windmill and the unmistakeable water tower provide powerful landmarks which remain with you once you've left.

Council Tax
Buckinghamshire County Council, Band H

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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