- Beautiful Grade II Listed period house within the picturesque Long Crendon High Street
- Extended and refurbished to a very high standard
- Bespoke Cotteswood kitchen with a range of appliances
- Three reception rooms, five bedrooms and two bathrooms
- Double garage and extensive gated parking
- London Marylebone in just 37 minutes from Haddenham & Thame parkway
The Old Post House is a most attractive double fronted period home constructed from stone and brick elevations under a clay tiled roof complete with a mature wisteria hanging over the front door. Situated in an idyllic setting surrounded by beautiful character properties this outstanding home was extended and completely refurbished in 2007 to now offer exceptional accommodation of the highest standard set over three floors.
On entering the property a central hall provides access to the two original reception rooms currently used as a dining room with original parquet floor and a large study/family room. Both rooms feature character fireplaces and have views onto the High Street. An inner hall with cloakroom/laundry room and second staircase provides access to a lovely 20’ sitting room with wood burning stove and doors opening onto the rear terrace. The kitchen/breakfast room is located at the rear of the house and features a bespoke Cotteswood range of base and wall cupboards with granite worktops and a range of Neff/Bosch integrated appliances.
First floor accommodation includes two lovely double bedrooms overlooking the High Street and a further bedroom to the rear served by a large family bathroom with free standing bath and separate shower cubicle. The stairs rise again to a beautiful master bedroom with extensive built-in storage and a modern en-suite shower room. Across the landing is a further bedroom which is currently being used as a generous dressing room complete with an extensive range of fitted wardrobes.
Externally The Old Post House is located on the corner of Burts Lane and is enclosed by a stone wall with electric double gates creating privacy and seclusion. The gates provide access to a large paved driveway and double garage with electric doors. With access to the house the garage has been insulated to allow for easy conversion into living additional space. Beyond the drive a pretty stone retaining wall and steps rise to gardens laid predominantly to lawn with well stocked borders, vegetable patch and a timber potting shed. A large terrace for alfresco dining is located to the rear of the house leading to a further area of garden to the side with greenhouse and log store. The gardens offer a secluded westerly aspect.