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An attractive, individual detached property built with Cotswold stone to plinth course and reclaimed red brick over.
Very well presented, this family home offers comfortable accommodation in the beautiful Aylesbury Vale village of Quainton.
In brief the accommodation downstairs comprises: entrance hall with cloakroom, dining room and separate sitting room, a very well appointed kitchen/breakfast room and a utility room. Upstairs there are four bedrooms, an en-suite shower room to the master bedroom and a ‘Jack and Jill’ family bathroom to bedroom two and the landing.
Quainton takes its name from the old English words Cwen+Tun and means 'The Queen's Farmstead or Estate'. Prominent on the skyline is the 14th Century church which is exceptionally rich in large late 17th and 18th Century monuments.
The centre point of Quainton, looking up towards the 1830 windmill, is the picturesque village green in the middle of which is the 14th Century preaching cross. The village has a general store, a pub/restaurant, a butcher's shop and motor repairs. Waddesdon Manor, Claydon House and Quainton Steam Railway are all close by. Extensive shopping, leisure and sporting facilities can be found in nearby towns of Bicester (including Bicester Village Retail Outlet), Aylesbury and Milton Keynes. Primary schooling can be found in Quainton with a secondary school in Waddesdon and grammar schools in Aylesbury and Buckingham. The A41 provides easy access into Aylesbury, Bicester and the M40 network. Rail connections are fast and convenient on the Chiltern Turbo reaching London Marylebone from Aylesbury Vale Parkway in about an hour. Services to Euston are available from Cheddington and Leighton Buzzard (from 30 minutes).
Gardens feature to both the front and rear of the property.
The front is of open plan design, mainly laid to lawn with a path way to the front door and well planted borders. A gated gravel driveway serves parking for a number of vehicles.
The rear part walled, enclosed rear garden is also mainly laid to lawn with some hard-standing patio areas and a decked seating area.
Aylesbury Vale District Council 01296 585858. Council Tax Band C. Mains water, electricity and drainge. Oil fired central heating.
En-suite Shower Room
Front and Rear Gardens
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate
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