- Period Charm Throughout
- Detached Home
- Kitchen / Diner
- Separate Utility & Guest WC
- Boiler Service Contract
- Walk to Town & Station
A bay fronted detached house which is presented in excellent order throughout and has been improved by the current owner with bespoke interior finishing and replacement double glazing installed in 2018. The house has retained the appeal of properties built in the 1920's and will be of interest to buyers looking for a new home which holds the period charm and who want to be within a level walk of High Wycombe's railway station that services London Marylebone & Oxford.
The front door is set back and accessed via a paved pathway to the side of the house and opens into one of the most inviting entrance hallways. This has original hardwood flooring and daylight permeates into the area from the windows to side and rear. To the front of the house is a splendid living room which the owners have improved with bespoke shelving and has two windows to the front aspect. The kitchen and dining room have been opened up from a previous extension and are separated by a wide archway providing an open-plan arrangement that is ideal for modern families. The kitchen is well appointed with a wide range of storage units above and below the kitchen worktop, and adjacent to this is a convenient utility room with a separate guest cloakroom. Stairs from the hallway wind up to the first floor landing that provides access to the three bedrooms, family bathroom and the additional benefit of a night cloakroom. A loft hatch provides access to the attic which has been partially boarded for additional storage. Externally, the property has a small garden to front with side access to the back garden which has been landscaped complete with a small pond at the end of the patio area, a generous lawn, a shed, a child's playhouse and an array of flora to the fenced borders.
A tucked away location just to the east of Wycombe's town centre provides a peaceful environment which is within walking distance of the railway station and the picturesque Rye Park. The park itself is home to a boating lake, the Rye Lido, cricket, tennis & bowls clubs, along with many other outdoor leisure facilities. The Ryemead Retail Park is close by and offers a mixture of stores including a Marks and Spencers Simply Food. The town offers a wide range of facilities numbering among them the Eden Centre that has a host of retail, hospitality and entertainment venues, the ever popular Swan Theatre and an outstanding new sports centre with an Olympic sized swimming pool and a rock climbing wall for the brave, and many other activities. Two key reasons for people moving to High Wycombe are the schools and the commuter benefits, and Alexandra Road is perfectly positioned to take advantage of both.
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