- Long Term Let
- One Bedroom House
- Private Garden
- Gas Central Heating
- Good Condition Throughout
- No Through Road
This one bedroom house with a private garden is presented in good condition throughout and has off street parking for two cars and gas central heating. The owner is ideally looking for a long term let and the property is currently vacant. Please call Keegan White to arrange your viewing.
A private front door opens into an entrance porch with convenient space for your coats and boots, and where the boiler is located. A secondary door opens into the main living room that has a feature fireplace with surrounding mantle piece, sliding patio doors that open into the garden and stairs rising to the first floor. An archway opens into the kitchen that is modern and well fitted with a range of base & eye level storage units, stainless steel sink & drainer, a washer/dryer, double over with hob & overhead extractor fan. In addition, the kitchen has window to side aspect, laminate worktops with tiled splashbacks and a large fridge freezer located adjacent to the understairs storage. To the first floor there is the family bathroom comprising of a three piece suite with window to side aspect and this is located adjacent to the bedroom with fitted wardrobes, airing cupboard and window to side aspect. Externally there is off-street allocated parking for two cars and a wrap-around garden which is largely patio and has a garden shed and a side access garden gate.
Barkus Way is a no through road located close to the heart of Stokenchurch and within a short walk of local facilities. The village set within the Chilterns and has a good range of local amenities including the Ofsted outstanding Stokenchurch Primary School, 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 of the M40. High 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.