A truly delightful period cottage which has been sympathetically extended and updated and presented in a ‘walk-in’ condition. The bright and cozy sitting room has a multi-fuel burner set within a feature fireplace with wooden flooring following through into the dining room which has its own bespoke ‘dog den’ built under the staircase.
The kitchen is well fitted with an integrated cooker and hob and space for the usual appliances. Light floods into this room via two roof windows, one of which is operated electrically and automatically closes at the first sign of rain. A ground floor cloakroom has also been created within this extension. A stable door opens onto a communal area which provides a right of way behind the neighbouring cottages to the garden beyond.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms and a tastefully refitted modern bathroom with underfloor heating. There is a carpeted attic room with window, accessed currently by a pull down ladder. However, planning permission has been granted to create a staircase up to this room to create a more useable space (Buckinghamshire Council - Wycombe Area Ref No 15/07634/LBC).
Located at the top end of a row of cottages, there is no right of way over this particular property, and with allotments at the rear, the cottage is not overlooked. The owners do, however, have the right of way through the communal area located behind the neighbouring cottage to access the rear garden which is fully private and surrounded by farmland and rolling hills. Being totally enclosed, with a shed and wood store, part of the garden is currently used to keep chickens with ample space left to perhaps cultivate vegetables and generally enjoy country living.