- Beautifully presented accommodation throughout
- Three bedrooms (including annex), two bathrooms, off street parking and two timber outbuildings
- Stunning 19’ vaulted kitchen
- One bedroom annex
- Rural views with stunning countryside walks
- Recently re-thatched
- 0.25 acre plot
- Grade II Listed
Originally four cottages dating back to c1690, Chestnut Cottage has been sympathetically renovated and updated to now provide flexible living accommodation all set in beautiful quarter acre gardens with the unusual addition of a detached one bedroom annexe. The cottage enjoys beautifully presented accommodation with many exposed timber and beams arranged over two floors, comprising of a sitting room with fireplace, a dining hall with inglenook fireplace, ground floor shower room and a stunning vaulted kitchen/dining room with a modern range of built in base and wall units and French doors leading to the rear terrace and gardens. On the first floor are two double bedrooms including a master suite comprising bedroom, dressing room and recently upgraded bathroom.
On approaching Chestnut Cottage an extensive gravelled drive leads to the detached annex comprising of a utility room (which could easily convert to a kitchenette), shower room and bedroom. Externally and of particular note is the outstanding quarter acre garden and idyllic situation overlooking open countryside. The gardens are beautifully tended and include a formal garden laid predominantly to lawn with a mixture of mature flower beds, summer house and a large terrace featuring a permanent all weather illuminated gazebo ideal for alfresco dining. This section of the garden also includes a timber summer house and office with light,power and broadband facilities. Beyond the picket fence is a further substantial area currently used as vegetable garden with raised beds and garden shed. In our opinion Chestnut Cottage offers a unique blend of period living with a modern interior all within a highly sought after Buckinghamshire village, adjoining open countryside yet within striking distance of the M40 for access into London & Oxford.