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Guide Price £680,000 - Sold

  • Significantly extended and refurbished by the present owners
  • Fantastic open-plan kitchen/dining/family room with adjacent utility room
  • Three further bedrooms
  • large west-facing rear garden with new slate-coloured patio and fencing
  • No onward chain
  • Sitting room
  • Master bedroom with en-suite shower room and dressing room
  • Family bathroom
  • Driveway parking for two vehicles
  • Walking distance of Chestnut Lane Infant school & Dr Challoner"s Grammar school


Combining the traditional construction of the 1930s with a contemporary feel throughout, this generously proportioned semi-detached home offers ideal accommodation for modern family living.

Conveniently located within walking distance of the town centre and station, and within catchment of the highly regarded Chestnut Lane, Elengeni and Dr Challoner's schools.

The sitting room with its bay window and feature fireplace, is perfect for the evenings. The main highlight of the property must be the fabulous kitchen/dining/family room to the rear, with bi-fold doors opening onto the sandstone patio terrace and garden. A utility room and larder provide further storage space.

To the first floor, are two large double bedrooms, a single bedroom and recently refurbished family bathroom. Stairs rise again to the newly created second floor, comprising of generous double bedroom with Juliet balcony, en-suite shower room and dressing room. Some eaves storage remains, accessible from the hallway and dressing room.

The driveway to the front of the house is sufficient for two cars, and the rear garden can be accessed by a gate. Laid to lawn, and west-facing, it is a great size for children to run around in. Planning permission has previously been granted and could be obtained for a garage/home office to be built at the end of the garden should either be required (subject to necessary permissions).

The property is offered to the market with no onward chain complications.


Council Tax Band: E - £2,216.80 18/19


Amersham has two clearly distinguishable parts. The ancient market town (Old Amersham) is quietly alluring. It retains its olde English look and deservedly attracts visitors all year round.

Amersham-on-the-Hill (known as top Amersham to locals) has the feel of a steadily developing modern town. It provides the convenient amenities today's population demands.

The trains from Amersham run right into Baker Street/Marylebone and the roads quickly lure you out towards the open country with its scattering of farms, riding stables, tea shops and footpaths.
The Tuesday market and annual French and Italian summer markets are a focal point in the town's calendar.

A pleasantly mixed-age population, Amersham is an increasingly popular choice for families with young children. Parenting becomes significantly easier and children have the childhood they deserve in this ever evolving town.

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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