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Designed by the renowned architect James Stirling, built in 1957, it offers an example of his linear, modular style, maximising the use of space. Offering excellent accommodation, much loved by the current owners over the past 44 years, properties in this lane are rarely available.
The 23ft sitting room is double aspect with a feature fireplace (inset with a wood burning stove) and features a large picture window to admire the wonderful views. The 17'8ft x 13'11ft garden room is triple aspect with patio doors to the gardens. The kitchen breakfast room enjoys a double aspect with the 19'2ft x 13'9ft dining room adjacent, which has an inset wood burning stove and double doors out to the patio. On the first floor is the triple aspect master bedroom, with an ensuite shower room. There are three further bedrooms which are served by the family bathroom. Overall the property offers balanced light and airy rooms whilst offering further potential to extend (subject to planning consents).
The property is situated at the top of a small lane, giving direct access to woodland walks, cycle trails, and the friendly Whiteleaf Golf Club.
The market Town of Princes Risborough, approx 1.4 miles away, is a lively Market Town with a variety of local shops and restaurants and several social, cultural and sports facilities. There is a good choice of both state and independent Primary Schools and excellent Grammar Schools in nearby Aylesbury & High Wycombe. Motorway links are readily accessible (M40 Junction 4 or 5) coupled with a fast commuter train service to London. (38Mins), Birmingham (88 mins) and Oxford (circa 35 mins).
The property is approached via a five bar gate with a long sweeping tarmac drive offering ample parking and access to the garage and carport. The house sits in a delightful natural woodland garden, supplemented with adjacent lawned areas and flower beds, and a south facing terrace. A multitude of established shrubs: productive fruit trees including peach, pear, apple, damson; raspberry and blackcurrant canes plus a grapevine complete the picture.
In addition there are two cellar rooms situated under the sun/summer sitting room.
23' Sitting Room
17' Garden Room
19' Dining Room
Master Bedroom ensuite
Three further Bedrooms
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