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3 bedroom house for sale

School Lane, Turville Village, RG9

Withdrawn from Market £595,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Exquisite Grade II Listed cottage
  • Stunning village location
  • Double glazing, underfloor heating
  • Large garden, outbuilding with light and power
  • Two double bedrooms plus loft room
  • Luxury bathroom, two w.c's
  • Fantastic pub 100 yards away
  • Garage and off street parking

Full description

An exceptionally presented Grade II Listed 16th century cottage in the idyllic village of Turville. Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the delightful location offers beautiful scenery, stunning architecture and sections of the Chiltern Way to keep walkers, day-trippers, horses and their riders happy for hours.

The gorgeous property has been lovingly restored with authentic period fittings and craftsmanship. Double glazing, underfloor heating and a luxury bathroom have all been added, as has a loft room, creating another informal bedroom. There is a generous private garden with lovely seating areas and a large power and telephone connected outbuilding with potential to modernise as a superb home office, whilst a garage - with parking in front - is located just behind the terrace. The cottage is in the centre of the unspoilt village with the outstanding Bull & Butcher pub only 100 yards away and a nursery/preschool on the lane. Turville enjoys a reputation as one of the country's most popular filming locations, some scenes from 'Goodnight, Mr.Tom' were filmed in this very cottage. A variety of well known TV and film productions have, and continue to be, shot in the village. 'Midsomer Murders', 'Little Britain', 'Lewis', 'Marple', 'Foyles War', 'Jonathan Creek', 'An Education' all contain outdoor scenes from Turville. Most notably ?The Vicar of Dibley' is set in Turville with the church of St Mary the Virgin providing the fictional ?St Barnabus' for Dawn French to look after.

The renowned Cobstone Mill overlooks the lovely setting and is synonymous with 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' as the home of Caractacus Potts, the Windmill is an instantly recognisable landmark that attracts visitors to Turville whenever the sun shines. The gorgeous location is matched by the warmth and diversity of the local community, longstanding residents and second home weekenders enjoy the delights of village life, whilst excellent returns are had by several buy to let investors and holiday lets.The M40 is conveniently accessible within 5 miles for commuting to London. See the Barker Stone brochure for full details and more photos.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
12 September 2016

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