- Beautiful period town house with many original features
- Recently extended to provide a very generous ground floor
- Adaptable accommodation extending to 1,547 sq.ft
- Open plan kitchen/breakfast/sitting room
- Dining room with fireplace
- Study/family room
- Master bedroom with dressing room
- Modern detached garden studio/office
- Highly sought after location within catchment of John Hampden and Lord Williams's school
- Within walking distance of picturesque town centre
- London Marylebone in just 37 minutes from Haddenham & Thame parkway
A generous period town house with many original features enjoying elegant accommodation, modernised and extended in more recent years including a stunning contemporary summer house/studio.
Originally constructed in the mid to late 1800’s, 33 Chinnor Road is a recently extended period house offering generous internal living, with the advantage of private side access to the rear, opening to beautifully manicured gardens and a fabulous contemporary home office/studio. The property is conveniently located, forming part of a beautiful Victorian street just a short walk from the attractive town centre. Internally, particular mention is made of the open plan kitchen/breakfast/sitting room providing a lovely adaptable space extending in total to some 25’ but currently divided into a cosy sitting room with a wood burning stove and a generous kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen itself is fitted with a generous range of shaker style cupboard and drawer units with a solid black granite work surface over. Integrated appliances include a stainless steel electric double oven, with ceramic hob and extractor hood. Further integrated appliances include a dishwasher, fridge/freezer and microwave. The kitchen flows into a vaulted breakfast area with a good degree of natural light and fitted with a modern island unit providing ample seating for dining/entertaining. The extension is a seamless link to the original house, providing an adaptable space currently used as a study, glazed double doors provide access and views of the garden, with a further separate utility room and cloakroom accessed from the study. To the first floor are two generous double bedrooms and a well appointed family bathroom with a separate shower cubicle. Stairs rise to the second floor to a partially converted attic measuring 15’ x 14’. The master bedroom extends to an impressive 13’ in length, with a separate walk in dressing room and wardrobe providing potential to create an en-suite shower room. Outside, the property benefits from a secure covered walk way to the left hand side of the property with gated access opening to the garden. The rear garden is beautifully manicured, laid predominately to lawn with a range of flower and shrub borders. A paved terrace is located directly outside the study patio doors, with a further decked terrace positioned to the rear of the garden outside the detached garden studio, providing the perfect position for entertaining and a wonderful barbecue area.
This lovely home offers a unique opportunity to acquire a generous period property within the town, ideally positioned within catchment of John Hampden Primary School, Lord Williams’s secondary school, the town centre and the M40 for London and Birmingham.