An enchanting detached country home situated in a charming village setting at the highest point in the Chiltern Hills. In an area of outstanding natural beauty the cottage was originally four cottages but has been skillfully converted into a light and balanced family home retaining as many original features as possible. The exterior appearance is little changed from how it must have looked two hundred years ago. We love the proportions of the rooms and the layout is inspired with the main sitting room and the less formal play room set either side of the stunning kitchen dining room which is the star of the show. With a bespoke build by Neptune Kitchens who are synonymous for quality this is a great place for the family to congregate. Featuring an electric Aga and being fully re-paintable the kitchen will last for many generations. Upstairs are four generous bedrooms with a family bathroom and a lovely en-suite to the principal bedroom. One thing that struck us is that virtually every room in the cottage enjoys a vista over the gardens. The house stands to the front of the generous plot and stands in such away that the garden is easily appreciated. The garden is definitely of a kick a ball size and in fact at one time there was a tennis court at the bottom. With access from Taylors Lane and with plenty of driveway parking is a substantial double garage with workshop space and an inspection pit. What a gem.