- Semi-detached family home
- Entrance hall & cloakroom
- Open plan kitchen/family room
- Living room
- Dining room
- Three bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Garden, garage & driveway parking
A beautifully presented semi-detached extended family home situated less than half a mile from Chalfont & Latimer station and within catchment of Dr Challoners and Amersham schools
Accommodation is well presented throughout and comprises: entrance hall with cloakroom, living room, open plan kitchen/family room, dining room and study to the ground floor. Upstairs, three good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the accommodation.
Outside, the property benefits from a well maintained rear garden backing onto Westwood park, ample driveway parking and a garage.
A viewing comes highly recommended.
Council Tax Band: F
A result of the arrival of the railway in 1889, Little Chalfont developed during the elegant 1920s.
While only 40 minutes to Marylebone, its rural identity prevails as the village edges out towards surrounding farms. This village effortlessly fuses an olde worlde feel with all-modern amenities. As such it has one of the most interesting mixes of convenience stores and independent, specialist retailers.
All your principal needs are catered for in a few adjacent streets yet it sits strategically between the London Road and A404 which takes you to Marlow and the Thames or meets the A40 at Edgware Road.
The annual village day showcases fascinating events and is always incredibly well-attended. Business and pleasure facilities of the highest quality can be found in this parish which is familiar with high-profile residents who want privacy, easy London connections and the serenity of being in an outstanding region of England.
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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