- Four Bedrooms, Master Ensuite
- Brick & Flint Cottage
- Open Plan Kitchen/Dining/Family Room
- Two Further Receptions
- High Specification Finish
- Outstanding Views
Steeped with character and individual charm, The Old Stores plays its part in the local history of Loosley Row, a hamlet nestled high in the Chiltern Hills surrounded by outstanding picturesque countryside.
The brick and flint property built in 1864 has undergone a complete refurbishment seeing the derelict cottage which was formally the local village store, bakery and post office, transformed into a highly desirable family home. The front door opens into a hallway which has plenty of natural light brought in by a full height picture window and wooden flooring that continues throughout the spacious lounge which overlooks the substantial garden to the rear. Accessed from the sitting room is the study, which has a vaulted ceiling and was formerly the local village shop. The kitchen is a superb open plan area finished to a high specification and designed to provide a dining space and family area with bi-fold doors opening onto the rear garden and windows giving breathtaking views across the valley. The kitchen is fitted with units in contrasting colours, finished with granite work surfaces and integrated 'Neff' appliances. The central island with induction hob also provides an extra seating area perfect for entertaining. To the first floor are four bedrooms and a family bathroom fitted with a contemporary suite. The master bedroom has a ensuite shower room, dressing area and double doors which open onto a glass Juliet balcony ensuring that the stunning view is uninterrupted. The property is accessed from a private driveway serving just 3 homes and there is parking to the front. The rear garden is secluded from the road by mature trees and laid predominantly to lawn with areas of planting.
Loosley Row is situated High in the Chiltern Hills and surrounded by open countryside. Within moments walk are many trails and walks with some of the most beautiful views that South Buckinghamshire has to offer including places of local historical interest such as the renovated Lacey Green Windmill dating from the 1650's. Local amenities are close at hand numbering among them a local supermarket and schooling. Further facilities can be found in the neighbouring villages of Naphill and Walters Ash. The market towns of High Wycombe and Princes Risborough are close by, both offering mainline railway stations linking London Marylebone as well as many supermarkets, public houses, restaurants and leisure centres.