- Cul-de-sac Location
- Four Bedrooms
- Three Reception Rooms
- Downstairs Cloakroom
- Contemporary Bathroom
- Driveway Parking for Three Cars
Situated in a village location this four bedroom detached property offers spacious accommodation and has been well maintained by it's current owners. Within walking distance of Great Kingshill Common, good bus links, a village store and excellent schooling viewing of this home is highly recommended.
This extended detached family home is tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac in the village of Great Kingshill, the property benefits from the addition of a garage conversion to it's already spacious living accommodation. Well presented, as you walk through the front door you enter into an entrance hallway which benefits from understairs storage space and adjoining doors leading to a downstairs cloakroom, a large lounge with feature fireplace leading through to a separate dining room and double glazed patio doors to a brick built conservatory. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of matching wall and base units, complimenting worksurfaces and matching breakfast bar. There is a utility room situated just off of the kitchen with space and plumbing for a washing machine, dishwasher and currently houses the boiler, with a door leading through to the garage conversion currently being used as a playroom. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, the master measuring 19'6 x 12 and a contemporary family bathroom fitted with a four piece suite including a 'spar' bath and separate double shower cubicle. Outside there is a private and secluded rear garden laid predominantly to lawn with well established shrub borders, garden storage shed, entertaining patio area and gate giving side access. To the front of this detached home there is a small garden and a block paved driveway giving off street parking for three cars.
Great Kingshill is a pretty village located at the heart of the Chilterns which is centred around a traditional green where cricket can be viewed throughout the summer months. Local facilities are within a short walk and include a public house/restaurant and village store. The schooling in the village is in great demand and includes junior and middle schools as well as the private Pipers Corner School for girls. The neighbouring town of Great Missenden includes further facilities and a main line railway station with Marylebone connection. High Wycombe is within 5 miles and is the largest town in South Buckinghamshire with a town centre that has been regenerated in recent years and offers The Eden Shopping Centre as well as the Swan Theatre and Grammar Schools for boys and girls.