which can be found via the Wycombe planning portal under reference 14/05907/FUL.

THE PROPERTY
The front door opens into a hallway that gives access to the ground floor accommodation with stairs leading up to the first floor, and the guest cloakroom at the far end. The living room has bay windows to front and patio doors to the rear, and has bespoke hardwood flooring, with an open fireplace. Adjacent to this is a second reception room with bay windows to front, original picture rails, and a wood burning stove. The kitchen is well appointed with a range of storage units above and below the extensive kitchen worktop. There is a gas hob, with oven below and overhead extractor fan, with a sink and drainer to the rear. A side door opens into a convenient utility room that also houses the gas boiler. A second door from the kitchen opens into a large conservatory that also has a radiator, making it ideal for year-round use. To the first floor is the landing with loft access, three good-sized double bedrooms, and the family bathroom. The front garden has a hedge to the front with lawn and a block paved driveway leading down the side of the house to a detached garage (with power) to the rear. The back garden is secluded offering a good degree of privacy, with mature shrubs all around, a lawn, patio, and can be accessed via a side gate. NB To access the historic planning details go to: https://publicaccess.wycombe.gov.uk/idoxpa-web/ and paste 14/05907/FUL in to the search box.

THE LOCATION
The Crescent is well-regarded road to the north side of High Wycombe offering a variety of house types many of which are from the same period. Within close proximity are plenty of local amenities including a parade of shops, schools, including the Royal Grammar School which is within walking distance, and Totteridge Common, an area of open land leading into the vast Kings Wood. High Wycombe's town centre and railway station are just over a mile away providing everything you might expect in a large town, and more. The Eden Centre has a wide array of retail and entertainment outlets, including a multiplex cinema and bowling. The Swan Theatre continues to draw crowds (covid permitting!) with a superb mix of shows throughout the calendar year. Many people move to the area for its excellent schooling, that boasts three Grammar Schools and a number of other well-regarded primary and secondary schools. Transport links are also excellent with High Wycombe mainline railway station offering a link to London Marylebone in under 25 minutes. Junctions 3 & 4 access to the M40 are within a 10 minute drive, with the M25 & Heathrow Airport just beyond. Council Tax band F. EPC Rating D(60)

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The Crescent, High Wycombe £625,000

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  • No Onward Chain
  • Lapsed Planning 14/05907/FUL
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Three Double Bedrooms
  • Guest WC and Bathroom
  • Driveway Parking & Garage

SEE IMMERSIVE VIRTUAL TOUR - Built in 1929, this detached family home is situated in a highly sought-after location and offers extensive ground floor living accommodation with scope to extend, subject to planning permission, to create a fourth bedroom to the first floor. NB Planning permission was obtained for this in 2014 (now lapsed) which can be found via the Wycombe planning portal under reference 14/05907/FUL.

THE PROPERTY
The front door opens into a hallway that gives access to the ground floor accommodation with stairs leading up to the first floor, and the guest cloakroom at the far end. The living room has bay windows to front and patio doors to the rear, and has bespoke hardwood flooring, with an open fireplace. Adjacent to this is a second reception room with bay windows to front, original picture rails, and a wood burning stove. The kitchen is well appointed with a range of storage units above and below the extensive kitchen worktop. There is a gas hob, with oven below and overhead extractor fan, with a sink and drainer to the rear. A side door opens into a convenient utility room that also houses the gas boiler. A second door from the kitchen opens into a large conservatory that also has a radiator, making it ideal for year-round use. To the first floor is the landing with loft access, three good-sized double bedrooms, and the family bathroom. The front garden has a hedge to the front with lawn and a block paved driveway leading down the side of the house to a detached garage (with power) to the rear. The back garden is secluded offering a good degree of privacy, with mature shrubs all around, a lawn, patio, and can be accessed via a side gate. NB To access the historic planning details go to: https://publicaccess.wycombe.gov.uk/idoxpa-web/ and paste 14/05907/FUL in to the search box.

THE LOCATION
The Crescent is well-regarded road to the north side of High Wycombe offering a variety of house types many of which are from the same period. Within close proximity are plenty of local amenities including a parade of shops, schools, including the Royal Grammar School which is within walking distance, and Totteridge Common, an area of open land leading into the vast Kings Wood. High Wycombe's town centre and railway station are just over a mile away providing everything you might expect in a large town, and more. The Eden Centre has a wide array of retail and entertainment outlets, including a multiplex cinema and bowling. The Swan Theatre continues to draw crowds (covid permitting!) with a superb mix of shows throughout the calendar year. Many people move to the area for its excellent schooling, that boasts three Grammar Schools and a number of other well-regarded primary and secondary schools. Transport links are also excellent with High Wycombe mainline railway station offering a link to London Marylebone in under 25 minutes. Junctions 3 & 4 access to the M40 are within a 10 minute drive, with the M25 & Heathrow Airport just beyond. Council Tax band F. EPC Rating D(60)



The Crescent
High Wycombe HP13 6JP
County: Buckinghamshire
Sale Type: Sold STC
Ref #: KW002471
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