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Available for the second time in 84 years is this beautifully presented attached, double fronted four bedroom family home, set in the heart of the hamlet of Northend, high in the Chiltern Hills. The property has seen a full refurbishment including the replacement of windows throughout and a new boiler system. The front door opens centrally to the house where an entrance hall offers access to the principle reception rooms. The ground floor accommodation comprises a sitting room that has a bay window overlooking the front garden and common beyond, an open fireplace and doors leading to a patio. Access to the kitchen is via the dining room and family room which is located on the other side of the entrance hall and also features a bay window. The kitchen is positioned to the rear of the house and is fitted with a range of storage units, as well as a range cooker and breakfast area.
Off the kitchen is a pantry with door leading to a separate boot room and cloakroom with toilet and door leading to the rear garden.
Four bedrooms are located off the landing and all served by a family bathroom.
Northend Common is a rural hamlet high in the Chiltern Hills in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The area abounds with footpaths and bridleways for walking and riding together with well-regarded gastro pubs. Watlington is about 3 miles, Henley about 7 miles, Oxford about 20 miles and High Wycombe about 4 miles, all providing shopping, schooling for children of all ages, both state and independent and recreational facilities. Buckinghamshire state schools are particularly sought after. Henley Station provides services to Reading and Paddington. The M40 Motorway is about 6 miles at Stokenchurch connecting with the M25/M4 Motorway networks providing good access to London, Heathrow Airport, the M25 interchange and the West Country.
A mature hedge defines the front boundary in the middle of which is a gate and path that leads to the front door. To the side of the house is a drive which accommodates up to 3 cars. At the rear is a stone terrace running along the back of the house and steps lead down to the garden that is mainly to lawn, with a large shed.
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