- Seventeenth century cottage
- Newly fitted bathroom
- Loft space
- One bedroom
- Living Room
- Village setting
- Viewing advised
This wonderfully presented cottage dates back to the 1600`s, when it was originally split as a Butchers & Bakers that is thought to have serviced the neighbouring Shardeloes Estate. The property has a wealth of character including exposed timber beams, original windows and a beautiful Inglenook fireplace which still includes the original bread oven, along with the addition of a log burner.
Enjoying an enviable location in the heart of the picturesque village of Little Missenden, the cottage is magnificently welcoming and with a wealth of period features, you will be impressed from the outset.
Arranged over three storeys, the ground floor offers open plan living room/dining room and recently fitted kitchen with original tiled floor and door to courtyard garden. The master bedroom is bright and airy and leaves nothing wanting. The addition of a new designer bathroom is a fusion of traditional and contemporary styling. Accessed via a loft ladder, the loft is currently utilised as a large `wardrobe`.
The rear of the property enjoys a pretty courtyard garden complete with brick & flint walls. Basking in one of the most exclusive spots in The Chilterns, this cottage has everything to offer and compromises on nothing.
The cottage sides onto the historic Red Lion Inn which was built in 1649.
Council Tax Band: E - £2,145.49 18/19
LITTLE MISSENDEN is a quiet, underplayed village which has moulded its own identity, lying in the Chilterns AONB next to the River Misbourne.
Whilst close enough to Amersham to benefit from all it offers, Little Missenden is a pleasant distance away for those preferring quieter, more close-knit neighbourhoods.
Whilst enjoying such an enviable location, it surrenders nothing in terms of essential facilities. Two quintessential English pubs, a highly regarded infant school and the beautiful Saxon church of St John the Baptist contribute to the village`s charm.
Add to this the renowned annual Little Festival of Music and Arts and you will understand why this picturesque area is beloved to its residents and is a desirable location for TV and for film companies; most notably for Midsomer Murders.
Little Missenden might appear small, quiet and modest but its real value and worth is still a well-kept secret.
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.