- Semi Detached
- Two Reception Rooms
- Three Bedrooms
- Gas Central Heating
- Rear Garden
- No Onward Chain
Located within walking distance of High Wycombe's town centre, this semi detached property provides well proportioned accommodation including two reception rooms, kitchen, bathroom and three bedrooms. The front door is to the side of the house and there is gated side access to the rear garden; the property is currently occupied by tenants and is being sold with no onward chain.
The front door opens to an entrance lobby with stairs rising to the first floor and provides access to the remainder of the ground floor accommodation. To the front is a bay fronted living room, with a centrally positioned dining room that has windows to side and rear. The kitchen has a a range of base and eye level storage units, with worktop, inset stainless steel sink and drainer, with a freestanding oven & hob, plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge freezer and a wall mounted gas boiler. To the rear is a bathroom with panel bath and handbasin, with an adjacent WC. To the first floor is a double bedroom to front with bay window and built in wardrobe, a centrally positioned second double bedroom with window to side, and a single bedroom with window to rear. Externally there is side access to a level rear garden and the property is being sold with no onward chain.
Lindsay Avenue is located off the west side of the town centre, with local convenience stores and facilities close by. Given the location the property is conveniently positioned for town centre with all its amenities and facilities. For commuters the railway station provides access to London Marylebone in under half an hour is about two miles away, as is Junction 4 of the M40 providing access to Oxford to the west, and London, M25, and Heathrow Airport to the east. Many people move to the area for both Primary and Secondary schools, and Lindsay Avenue is well positioned to take advantage of several of these. The town itself has been evolving over the last few years with significant public and private sector investment. The Eden Centre provides all for those in need of some retail therapy, as well as excellent entertainment with the multiplex cinema, bowling and a plethora of quality restaurants and bars. The Swan Theatre is a major draw for people within the town and those farther afield, with a packed annual calendar of events. A fantastic new sport and leisure centre opened at Handycross in 2016, with activities for all including a daunting rock climbing wall, racket courts, and an Olympic sized swimming pool with spa treatments. EPC Rating D (62).