- Character detached period cottage in need of updating/extending (subject to planning)
- Beautiful mature plot in secluded setting
- Garage, extensive off street parking and useful outbuildings
- Situated on the fringe of a popular Buckinghamshire village close to St Mary’s church
- NO UPWARD CHAIN
A most attractive detached period cottage constructed in the early nineteenth century from stock brick elevations under a tiled roof that in the 1960’s was the subject of media attention being then, a grocery shop used for provisions by the Great Train Robbers who were in hiding less than a mile from the house. Although in need of updating and possibly extending (subject to planning permission) this delightful cottage currently has three receptions including a dining room with fireplace and solid fuel stove, a galley style kitchen, ground floor shower room and the advantage of an additional cloakroom. First floor accommodation includes three bedrooms and a night cloakroom. Outside and of particular note is the large mature garden and extensive off street parking. Approached via a five bar gate the cottage has a gravelled drive with parking for a number of vehicles which leads to a single garage. Behind the garage are a number of useful outbuildings and stores with light and power currently used as a workshop.The main gardens have been beautifully maintained and are laid mainly to lawn with well stocked borders. The gardens also enjoy a lovely secluded setting. The property offers scope to be extended or simply updated with the existing footprint to create a most desirable cottage of character.