- 1930's Detached House
- Large, Beautiful Gardens
- Three Reception Rooms
- Four Double Bedrooms
- Family Bathroom & Shower Room
- Double Length Garage/Workshop 11' x 37'
IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL TOUR AVAILABLE - Tucked away in a secluded location the house, which we understand was built around the late 1930's, is situated on a plot approaching 1/3 of an acre. The house has a feeling of warmth and character to it, and provides four double bedrooms complimented by two bathroom suites. Externally, the rear garden could feature on any gardening programme and, coupled with a picturesque pond with water feature providing an idyllic soundtrack, offers a wonderfully tranquil setting. Early viewings are recommended to avoid disappointment; please call Keegan White now to book in your appointment.
The front door opens into an inviting entrance hall that has a cloaks cupboard and stairs rising to the first floor. To the front is a large living room which spans the full width of the house with bay windows to the front and raised windows to the sides. The dining room has a window to side aspect and a doorway leads through to the rear facing kitchen. The kitchen overlooking the back gardens provides extensive worktops with plenty of storage cupboards and drawers above and below. The appliances, including a gas cooker with gas hob, a tall fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine are included in the sale. An archway through the kitchen leads into a utility area that also houses the boiler and has a back door leading into the garden. Finally on the ground floor is a third reception room, currently used as a study but equally could make for an ideal playroom for children. To the first floor are four double bedrooms, two to the front and two to the rear, and in between is a three piece bathroom suite to one side and a shower room to the other.
Externally to the front is block paved driveway with parking for numerous vehicles, with mature planting and a hedge providing privacy to the property. The driveway leads to the side and rear of the house where there is a one and a half width, double length garage, with an up and over door to front, as well as a door to the side. Immediately to the rear of the house is a patio that leads onto the lawn, with the most delightful pond and further gardens, and greenhouse beyond.
The house is conveniently located near to local shopping, public transport, schools and woodland walks. High Wycombe is a busy market town that has benefited from significant redevelopment in recent years and is now a major regional town with a host of amenities and facilities that are the envy of neighbouring towns. Possibly the two strongest draws for people that relocate to High Wycombe are the schools and the commuter links. Firstly, there are a good number of well regarded primary and secondary schools, along with Wycombe High School for girls, the Royal Grammar School and the John Hampden Grammar for boys. Located in between London and Oxford, High Wycombe is a commuter paradise; the mainline railway station provides regular and reliable services to London Marylebone in under half an hour. Conveniently, there is a bus stop close by on Totteridge Lane that provides frequent bus services that take around ten minutes to get to the railway station. In addition, both Junctions 3 and 4 of the M40 are a short drive away, providing excellent road links to Oxford, the M25, Heathrow Airport and London.
The property is offered for sale with no onward chain.
EPC Rating 46(E)
Council Tax Band F