- An attractive detached period cottage tucked away behind the picturesque High street
- Spacious accommodation extending to 1429 sq.ft/ 123.8 sqm
- Off street parking and secluded gardens
- Presented to a very high standard throughout
- Highly sought after village location
Constructed of attractive part Wychert rendered elevations under a clay tiled roof, this delightful cottage offers modern living, yet retains much character of its period. The property was extensively renovated and extended in 2006 to now provide comfortable accommodation set out over two floors. Particular features of note include the double aspect kitchen/breakfast room which has recently been upgraded to now incorporate a Stuart Barr bespoke kitchen complete with integrated appliances and a three oven electric Aga, a beautiful 16’ living room with fireplace which in turn opens onto an oak framed orangery/garden room over looking the terrace and the advantage of a third reception currently used as a study. First floor living space features a spacious master bedroom with built-in oak storage and en-suite shower room with Fired Earth wall tiles, two further bedrooms and a well appointed family bathroom suite. Outside, the property is located within the picturesque Burts Lane and enjoys the added advantage of private off street parking. Steps lead to raised gardens offering a secluded sunny aspect. The gardens have been laid to terrace for low maintenance and feature beautiful shrubs and roses climbing over a timber pergola. Finished to an exceptional standard throughout, the cottage includes oak joinery, oak latch doors, ceramic tiled floors and oak framed garden room/orangery. Enjoying a prominent location within the conservation area of this quintessential Buckinghamshire village, 7 Burts Lane is well positioned for all the many amenities available within this fabulous village including The Angel restaurant, Long Crendon Tennis Club, The village square with the coffee shop and Long Crendon Primary School.