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Rectory Lane, Bradenham £630,000

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This delightful and secluded three bedroom detached house is situated within the National Trust owned village of Bradenham. Sitting in a quiet country lane, the cottage benefits from a detached plot of land measuring one third of an acre. This is situated a short distance further along Rectory Lane and has been recently cleared and tidied.

The cosy lounge has an open fire as its focal point with windows both to the front and rear. A door leads through into the dining room and kitchen beyond. Ledge and brace doors add character and give access to a pantry and the bathroom with separate cloakroom. Two store cupboards and a side door are accessed from here. Upstairs, the master bedroom has a double aspect with built in wardrobes. There are two further bedrooms.

Outside there is a further storage area and a detached outbuilding, currently being used as an office. The garden which mainly sits to the front of the property, is laid to lawn with herbaceous borders. There is off road parking for at least two vehicles.

The property has 72 years remaining of a 99 year lease upon which The National Trust has given agreement to renew (STC).


Accommodation in brief

Sitting Room | Dining room | Kitchen | Ground floor Bathroom with Bath | Separate WC| Master bedroom with built in wardrobes | Two further bedrooms | Garden with storage shed | Garden office | Detached 1/3 acre plot of land

Amenities

Bradenham is located close to Walter’s Ash in the Chiltern Hills, surrounded by its famed countryside and Beech woodland. There are local schooling and shopping facilities for day to day needs including a supermarket, coffee shop, cafe, garage, opticians and a popular primary school, plus an excellent bus service. Nearby Naphill offers a Post Office, active village hall with coffee shop, playing fields, beauty salon, hairdressers and public house. There are numerous country walks and bridleways through the areas famed Beech woodland. (Naphill Common extends to approximately 175 acres of ancient woodland). For a more comprehensive range of facilities the town of High Wycombe lies 4 miles distant, and it is here that the commuter can join the M40 motorway and then the M25 network. Rail links can be reached from High Wycombe, Saunderton (2 miles) and Princes Risborough (4 miles).

School Catchment (2020/21)

Naphill and Walter’s Ash Junior School | Boys’ Grammar; The Royal Grammar School | Girls’ Grammar; Wycombe High School | Upper/All Ability; Princes Risborough | (We advise checking with the individual school for accuracy and availability)

Additional Information

Council Tax Band F | EPC Band F

Mortgage

Contact your local Wye Country office who can introduce you to their Independent Financial Adviser.

Disclaimer

Whilst we endeavour to make our sales details accurate and reliable they should not be relied upon as statements of representation of fact and do not constitute any part of an offer or contract.


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  • Secluded three bedroom, detached house in National Trust village
  • Private gardens and detached plot of land measuring one third of an acre
  • Sitting room with open fire
  • Kitchen with pantry and separate dining room
  • Storage room and detached outbuilding
  • Parking
  • Leasehold with permission granted from National Trust for renewal
Rectory Lane
Bradenham HP14 4HA
County: Buckinghamshire
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: OldCottage
Alan Draper
Wye Country - Naphill
P: 01494565555