A particularly well presented detached cottage tucked away in gardens of half an acre backing onto fields.
This appealing cottage dates in origin from the 19th Century and has evolved over the intervening years to become a particularly comfortable family home with an effortless flow. The current owners have refurbished the accommodation from top to bottom including new bathrooms and kitchen, giving the property a light contemporary feel.
The front door opens into a generous reception hall, with a cloakroom and the staircase to the first floor. The sitting room is well proportioned with a deep bay window and an impressive inglenook fireplace with a woodburning stove. The double aspect family room has casement doors opening onto the terrace. The kitchen/breakfast room is comprehensively fitted with a stunning range of high gloss wood grain effect units and white quartz work surfaces. There is a full range of integrated Bosch appliances. The utility room is also comprehensively equipped and has a door out to the garden. The double aspect dining room is accessed off both the kitchen and the hall.
On the first floor there is a generous landing with an oak and glass balustrade. The double aspect master bedroom has full length casement windows overlooking the garden and a smart white contemporary en suite. The guest bedroom has an en suite shower and the three remaining bedrooms share the family bathroom.
The property is tucked way and approached over a gravel driveway over a small brook. There is a large gravel area providing plenty of parking and turning space.
The gardens are outstanding and enjoy a fabulous outlook over open farmland; they are laid predominantly to lawn and wrap around the house. There is a large paved terrace off the family room and running along the back of the house, together with a second circular patio set in the lawn. There are colourful well stocked borders on the boundary, incorporating a pergola to the rear. There is a garden shed and an old outbuilding.
Located at the foot of the Chiltern Hills the hamlet of Marsh lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The nearby village of Wendover with its pretty high street offers an eclectic mix of shops, including a supermarket, sports facilities and the Chiltern Line to Marylebone. The thriving market town of Princes Risborough is just over four miles away and offers a range of local shops together with Tesco and M&S Food. The mainline station also offers a frequent service to London Marylebone from 33 minutes. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its education system and the property falls into the catchment for the Grammar schools in the county town of Aylesbury.
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- Tucked Away Location
- Lovely Outlook
- Half An Acre
- 5 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 3 Reception Rooms
- Quality Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Utility Room
- Large Private Gardens