A rare opportunity to purchase a 3 bedroom detached home, within a short walk of Beaconsfield Old/New Town and station to London Marylebone. The property benefits from an in/out driveway, south facing garden and potential for extension (STTP).
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An attractive porch gives access to the spacious entrance hall leading to the sitting/dining room and kitchen/breakfast room with under stairs storage cupboard, useful coats cupboard and stairs rising to first floor landing.
A delightful dual aspect sitting/dining room features an open fire and French doors opening onto the rear patio and the south facing rear garden. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of a base units with matching eyelevel and full height units. There is space and plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a freestanding electric cooker, and space for an upright fridge/freezer. Built-in storage cupboard houses space and plumbing for a washing machine and stacked tumble dryer. There is additional space for table and chairs and a door leads to the side of property.
On the first floor the landing leads to the master bedroom with a range of built-in wardrobes. There are two further double bedrooms (one with a built-in cupboard). There is also a family bathroom and access to loft. The family bathroom comprises of a white suite, wash hand basin and there is a storage cupboard housing the Valiant Combi boiler.
The property is approached over a block paviour driveway, leading to the single integrated garage with electric roller door.
The south facing rear garden has a patio area immediately behind the property leading onto the remainder of the garden which is mainly laid to lawn with borders well stocked with trees, herbaceous and seasonal plants. There is a brick-built barbecue, wooden shed, outside water taps, access to the garage and wide access to the front of the property via a lockable gate.
This property is ideally located, close to both Beaconsfield Old Town and Beaconsfield New Town which offer a wealth of shops, family friendly restaurants and traditional pubs.
The area has excellent road and rail links with the nearby train station providing access to London Marylebone in 24 minutes (fast train) and the M40 and M25 providing access to Heathrow Airport, Central London and the national motorway network.
The South Buckinghamshire countryside is renowned for its attractive walks and bridle paths, country inns and pretty villages. Known for its standard of schooling, this region has a variety to choose from, easily accessible and rated outstanding by Ofsted.
From Strutt & Parkers office in Gerrards Cross office, proceed south along the Packhorse Road turning right at the A4O traffic lights onto the Oxford Road. Proceed for about 2.8 miles and at the roundaout take the 2nd left onto London Road/A40. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Park Lane/A355 and Ronald Road can be found about 0.4 miles along on the left hand side.Read all
- Entrance Hall
- Sitting/Dining Room
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- 3 Bedrooms
- Family Bathroom
- South facing gardens
- In/Out Driveway
- No Upper Chain
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