- Charming Four Bedroom Cottage
- Extended Character Accommodation
- Open Plan Living Space
- Bathroom & Shower Room
- Garage & Plenty of Parking
- Garden with Stunning Views
This charming brick & flint property, located in the village of Loosley Row, offers spectacular views and has been skilfully extended by the current owners to offer well proportioned accommodation rarely found in cottages of this nature.
To the front a useful porch opens into the living area which is a delightful blend of open plan modern living, whilst retaining touches of character which are essential in a property of this design. The sitting area centres around a wood burning stove, with the dining area beside, perfect for a large dining table. Bi-fold doors open fully onto a a patio area ideal for entertaining. The kitchen has been fitted to a high standard and is dual aspect so brings in plenty of natural light. Behind the kitchen is a spacious boot room which for ms a link into the utility, which is fitted with modern gloss fronted units and there is a shower unit and ground floor WC. The first floor has a split landing which provides access to the four bedrooms, all of which are large enough to be double rooms, again very rare in brick and flint cottages. The family bathroom has a traditional suite with roll top free standing bath, and chamfered edge sink. Outside there is plenty of parking to the front, beside a timber style garage with an electric car charging point. The rear garden has a large patio with steps leading to an area laid predominantly to lawn from where the far reaching views can be truly appreciated.
Loosley Row is situated High in the Chiltern Hills and surrounded by open countryside. Within moments walk are many trails and walks with some of the most beautiful views that South Buckinghamshire has to offer including places of local historical interest such as the renovated Lacey Green Windmill dating from the 1650's. Local amenities are close at hand numbering among them a local supermarket and schooling. Further facilities can be found in the neighbouring villages of Naphill and Walters Ash. The market towns of High Wycombe and Princes Risborough are close by, both offering mainline railway stations linking London Marylebone as well as many supermarkets, public houses, restaurants and leisure centres.