2 bedroom end of terrace house for saleHurst Path, Pitstone
Under Offer £300,000
- End of terrace
- Two double bedrooms
- Large fitted kitchen
- Spacious sitting/dining room
- Downstairs cloakroom
- Family bathroom
- Enclosed rear garden
- Quiet setting
- Sought after location
- Off street parking
ENTRANCE HALL* WC * KITCHEN * SITTING/DINING ROOM * TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS * FAMILY BATHROOM * ENCLOSED REAR GARDEN * OFF STREET PARKING
An extremely well presented two bedroom home set at the end of a quiet terrace of just four houses.
Off the generous hallway is a WC and a useful coats cupboard. The kitchen has a range of cream wall and floor mounted units with granite effect worktops and integral gas hob with electric oven, fridge/freezer and space for a washing machine. The light, airy sitting/dining room at the rear of the house has dual aspect windows and a door to the pretty rear garden.
Upstairs the large master bedroom has lovely views across the green to the front of the property. The second double bedroom overlooks the rear garden. The family bathroom has a white suite,WC, pedestal basin and bath with shower over, glass screen and bleached oak effect flooring.
Outside the fully enclosed and well tended rear garden has a lawned area, patio, shed, pretty olive tree and a gate for rear access. The front garden benefits from an aromatic Rosemary hedge and mature shrubs set in a bed of slate chippings. One allocated parking space.
This sought after Buckinghamshire village, close to the borders of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, is situated on the edge of the Chilterns, surrounded by countryside, but with excellent road and rail links close by.
The village lies close to some 5,000 acres of National Trust land, where Pitstone Windmill and Ivinghoe Beacon can be found.
Nearby communication links are excellent, including the A41 at Tring, which provides a dual carriageway link direct to the M25 (J20). Tring also has its own mainline train station, with regular and direct service to London Euston in approx. 35 mins.
Village facilities include a recreation ground, general store, village hall and church, while the renowned King`s Head fine dining restaurant can be found in the neighbouring village of Ivinghoe. Nearby towns offer a more comprehensive range of facilities, from the boutiques and coffee shops in picturesque Tring and Berkhamsted, to the shopping centres and department stores of Hemel Hempstead and Aylesbury, both of which also boast multiplex cinemas and extensive leisure facilities.
Schooling is excellent. Brookmead, the local primary school, located on the Pitstone/Ivinghoe border, caters for children aged 4 to 11, and the village falls within the Grammar Schools catchment area in Aylesbury.
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