- Detached property
- Open-plan kitchen/dining room with separate utility & cloakroom
- Three bedrooms
- Garage & parking
- Fully refurbished
- Entrance porch and hallway
- Living room with log-burner
- Family bathroom
- Front & rear gardens
- Viewing advised
In an enviable location overlooking the common with countryside beyond, this three bedroom detached property has been fully refurbished by the current owners, attaining the highest of specifications, and would make an ideal purchase for a young family or down-sizer.
Every space shows an outstanding level of thought in its creation and has been refurbished and finished with high quality in mind.
This beautiful family home feels both stylish and homely. A stunning open-plan kitchen/dining room that would delight the professionals, has been fitted with contemporary high-gloss units and oak works surfaces to match the engineered oak flooring. A Quooker hot tap and induction hob add to the high specification and with separate utility and cloakroom, this really is the perfect space for entertaining and family time alike, opening out onto the terrace beyond and bringing the outside into the house.
The living room is well proportioned and enjoys views over the common and that all-important log burner for cosy winter nights in, befitting a cottage of this era.
Upstairs the large master bedroom features floor to ceiling bespoke fitted wardrobes. As well as being flooded with natural light, there are also lovely views over The Common. Two further bedrooms and a family bathroom complete the accommodation.
Outside there is a detached garage with electronic, remote-controlled door and driveway parking to the rear. The front garden is fenced and makes the most of the views.
The back garden has been landscaped with easy-maintenance in mind and features an expansive patio in Indian stone. Access to the garage can be gained from the rear of the garden.
Golf, an equestrian centre, outstanding schools, vibrant towns, some of the best walks to be had and London under an hour away makes this a desirable home on a new level.
Council Tax Band: G - £3,148.67 19/20
Winchmore Hill - A quiet, underplayed hamlet which has moulded its own identity. The 1881 census lists a number of scholars, potters and lace makers in the hamlet; these humble trades seem to characterise its quiet-spoken personality. While still unclear, it's possible that the hamlet stems from old English words Wines-mor meaning ‘Wine's moor' probably named after a family of note in the area.
While close enough to Amersham to benefit from all it offers, Winchmore Hill is a pleasant distance away for those preferring quieter, more close-knit neighbourhoods.
While enjoying such an enviable location, it surrenders nothing in terms of essential facilities. A number of schools serve children of all ages; rated outstanding to good, parents might find their biggest problem is too much choice.
Two restaurants and pubs, a respected cricket club and active village hall add to the hamlet's unique personality as predominantly residential with low-key but varied leisure time pursuits.
Beyond this is Amersham and beyond Amersham (and easy to reach from there) is London. Winchmore Hill might appear small, quiet and modest but its real value and worth is still a well-kept secret.
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