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Built approximately 150 years ago, this charming cottage has seen many changes and was once a Bakery and before that an old Smithy. The accommodation has been enlarged to the rear to create a sizeable Kitchen and open plan living accommodation with triple aspect creating a lighter atmosphere. The property offers two spacious double Bedrooms and a full Bathroom on the ground floor. An ideal home or rental investment, a viewing is highly reccommended.
The property is located on the north facing side of this highly sought after no through road within the conservation area. Church Street offers a variety of character/listed properties and is a 1/4 mile walk from a mainline station to London Marylebone (approx. 36 mins by fast train). Church Street is situated just off the village High Street, which offers everyday shopping, pubs, award winning restaurants, and the famous Roald Dahl Museum. The larger towns of Amersham and High Wycombe both provide extensive shopping and recreational facilities, including the new Eden centre. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its private and state education, and the property is in walking distance of a highly regarded village/combined school.
To the rear there is a brick laid patio with water tap and raised flower beds, a nice lawned area with established hedging, a further paved patio and tumber Shed. There is also a mature cherry tree to the rear boundary.
The cottage sits in the heart of the local Conservation Area. Resident Parking Permits are available for kerbside parking.
2 Double Bedrooms
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