- Large Cottage
- Idyllic Location
- No Through Road
- Four Double Bedrooms
- Open Plan Kitchen, Lounge, Diner
- Walk To Station
- Utility Room
- Enclosed Secluded Garden
- Driveway Parking For 3 Cars
- Garden Shed For Storage
- Boarded Attic With Drop-down Ladder
- Perfectly Presented Throughout
With four double bedrooms this charming house is situated in a secluded location, tucked away close to woodland, the Rye and within a 15 minute walk of the railway station servicing London Marylebone. With original features throughout the house has retained the charm of a bygone era and will appeal to those looking for a large family home that is in close proximity to excellent schooling and provides ideal commuting capabilities.
With a front door to the side of the house and inviting hallway provides access to all rooms and has the stairs leading to the first floor. To the rear is the hub of the home, an impressive open plan kitchen lounge and dining area with twin patio doors leading out to the wonderful garden. The bespoke kitchen with granite worktop provides good storage, with a butler style sink, integral dishwasher and oven with overhead extractor fan. A separate utility room houses the boiler and washing machine, with a stable door to the exterior. To the front is a living room with working fireplace and adjacent to this another reception room which could be used as a study, or playroom, for example. To the first floor is a shower room, four double bedrooms with the master bedroom benefiting from a four piece bathroom suite and a built in wardrobe. Externally, there is driveway parking to the front for a number of vehicles and a side gate provides access to the rear garden. The garden is also outstanding with a wide array of mature planting providing adequate screening that gives the seclusion and privacy that many other properties to not afford.
The cottage is located within a short walk of the railway station and town centre, yet paradoxically has a very rural feel with its woodland setting. High Wycombe offers extensive facilities including the Eden shopping & entertainment complex, the Wycombe Swan Theatre and the ultra contemporary Sports and Leisure Centre at Handy Cross. Originally a market town, High Wycombe has benefited from significant public and private investment over recent years and has become a major regional town. Two of the key reasons for people moving to the area are for its commuter benefits, with the fast trains reaching Marylebone in under half an hour, and popular also with road commuters given the proximity to the M40 & M25. Secondly, the area has a wealth of excellent schools, from excellent Ofsted primary schools, to the highly regarded Wycombe High School for Girls, as well as John Hampden Grammar School and The Royal Grammar School for boys. Viewings are highly recommended with this rare to market property; please call Keegan White and we will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements.