- Four Bedrooms
- Master Bedroom Ensuite
- Lounge With Wood Burning Stove
- High Quality Kitchen
- Garage, Parking & Level Enclosed Garden
This detached family property located in the popular village of Stokenchurch offers accommodation which is presented in excellent order throughout and has a good sized level rear garden.
The front door opens into a bright spacious area, open plan to the kitchen/diner which has plenty of light coloured units which are finished to a high standard. There is a side facing window and door opening into a convenient lean to to the side with doors to front and rear. The entrance hall also has a door to the lobby area in the middle of the house which has stairs to the first floor and is spacious enough to make a good study area or play room. The lounge runs the width of the house with a wood burning stove creating a central focal point. Bi folding doors open into a large conservatory which makes a great space for entertaining and is currently set up as a dining room. To the first floor are four bedrooms, the master of which has an ensuite shower room, which along with the family bathroom have both been refitted with a high quality finish. Outside to the front of the property is parking for several vehicles screened from the road, in front of a single garage. The rear garden is a good size, laid predominantly to lawn with a patio directly behind the house.
Stokenchurch is a village set within the Chilterns that has a range of local amenities that include the Ofsted outstanding primary school, a good range of local shopping and public houses. It is an ideal commuter location, especially for those wanting to be on the outskirts of a busy town, given that it is flanked by both High Wycombe and Princes Risborough. M40 Junction 5 is at the northern end of the village making it ideal for access to both Oxford and the M25 at Junction 1A. Wycombe is the larger of the two towns and has grown into a significant regional town, with superb amenities that make it the envy of many of its neighbours. Secondary schooling, as well as the excellent Chiltern Railway service that reaches London Marylebone in under half an hour have been major draws for people looking to relocate to the area from all parts of the United Kingdom
Property details: EPC Rating: D. Council tax band: F (These should be verified by a solicitor).