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St. Anthonys Cottage, Penn, Penn, Buckinghamshire HP10 8EQ
- 4 reception rooms
- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms (1 en suite)
- Double garage, dry store
- Mature gardens
Penn is one of the most picturesque and sought after villages in the area. The town of Beaconsfield is approximately three miles away and affords a selection of amenities, a delightful old town and a frequent Chiltern Railways main line service to London Marylebone (from about 25 minutes). The town's excellent communication links enable easy access to the M40 motorway, which is approximately four miles away. This connects with the M25, M4 and M1, providing easy access to Central London, and Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
The area is renowned for its choice and standard of schooling. Buckinghamshire maintains the traditional grammar school system, of which the highly regarded Royal Grammar School for boys in High Wycombe and Beaconsfield High School for girls, are the closest. There are a number of excellent preparatory and secondary independent schools in the vicinity. The well renowned first and middles schools of Penn and Tylers Green are close by.
Comprehensive sport and leisure facilities can be found nearby; there are many scenic walks and bridleways in the area and leisure centres can be found in Beaconsfield, at Cliveden and the Burnham Beeches Hotel. Sports enthusiasts are well catered for, with a number of prestigious golf clubs in nearby Seer Green, Burnham Beeches, Gerrards Cross, Stoke Poges and Denham.
St Anthonys Cottage is a delightful period brick and flint cottage which has been the subject of sympathetic refurbishment and extension over recent years. This charming home affords a delightful blend of old world charm with all the practicalities of modern day living.
The ground floor offers a large double aspect sitting room with solid oak floor and an open fireplace, steps lead down to the practical family room. The dual aspect Smallbone kitchen / breakfast room offers bespoke hand made oak cabinetry with impressive granite worktops, central island with Viking range and extractor hood, Miele integrated appliances and tiled floor. The kitchen also benefits from French doors which lead to a pretty south west facing patio area, ideal for al fresco dining. The utility room directly off the kitchen also provides access to the rear garden.
The dining room has exposed beams and an inglenook brick fireplace. The downstairs accommodation also includes a large study with oak herringbone flooring, exposed beams and a large bay window with doors to the outside patio area.
Upstairs is the attractive master bedroom with dressing area and en suite bathroom. Three further bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes, are also situated on the first floor along with a family bathroom.
To the front of the property a garden gate leads to the pretty front porch via a stone paved path. The gently sloping rear garden provides mature planting with a pretty and varied array of shrubs and plants. A children's play area can be found at the bottom of the garden and thoughtful planting make the gardens a particularly attractive feature of the property. Furthermore, stunning views across to St Margaret's Church, Penn can be enjoyed whilst there is a detached double garage and a heated dry store to the front.
Entrance hall, sitting room, family room, dining room, study, kitchen / breakfast room, utility room, four bedrooms, 2 bath / shower rooms (1 en suite), double garage, dry store, garden shed, mature gardens about 0.35 acres.
From the M40 Junction 2 follow the short dual carriageway signposted Amersham and Beaconsfield. At the large roundabout turn left and follow the A40 into Beaconsfield. Go straight over the next roundabout into the Old Town, at the next roundabout take the 2nd exit (B474) Aylesbury End sign posted Hazlemere and Penn. Follow this road for about 3 miles through Beaconsfield New Town towards Penn passing the Crown public house on the right and Slade garage on the left. Bear left onto School Road and continue through the village. Just past the Horse and Jockey public house on the right hand side the gravel driveway over the common leads to St Anthonys Cottage.