- No Onward Chain
- Guest WC
- UPVC Double Glazing
- GCH With Serviced Boiler
- Garage With Power Door
Built in 1964 and with one owner from new the house has been well maintained over the years and with a detached garage to the side the property offers scope for extending subject to planning permission. The property would benefit from modernising and will appeal to those people looking to 'make their mark' on their new home.
The front door opens into an entrance lobby with a door opening into a downstairs guest WC. A central hallway has the stairs to the first floor and leads through to the remainder of the ground floor accommodation which includes a living room with window to front aspect and the kitchen/diner to the rear. The kitchen itself is fitted with a range of base and eye level units, with a stainless steel sink and drainer, worktop with breakfast bar, gas hob with oven below, and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher. To the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a larger than average third bedroom; in addition, all bedrooms have built in wardrobes. The boiler was installed in the attic and has been annually service by British Gas and is accessed with a drop down ladder from the first floor landing. Externally, there is driveway parking to the front, with landscaped garden and a detached garage which has a remotely operated power door. A side gate gives access to the rear which has a brick outbuilding, shed, green house, a level lawn and a variety of planting to the fenced borders.
Hollis Road is located just off Totteridge Lane to the north east High Wycombe close to Totteridge Common and the vast Kings Wood. The house is situated adjacent to Kings Wood School which has a Goof Ofsted rating. A Tesco Express is conveniently within a short walk and the town centre which is just under a mile and a half away. The facilities and amenities in High Wycombe provide something for everyone, including a wide range of retail outlets, bars, restaurants, cinemas, bowling and the ever popular Swan Theatre. The town has drawn people to the area with its sought after Grammar Schools and because of its excellent commuter benefits. The Chiltern Railways service gives rapid access to London and Oxford and for the road user Junctions 3 and 4 of the M40 are also a short drive away with the M25 and London Heathrow Airport just beyond.