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2 bedroom detached house for sale

Torbay, Quainton HP22 4AX

Offers in Excess of £370,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Brand New Bathroom
  • Refitted Kitchen
  • Very Popular Village Location
  • Off Road Parking for Several Vehicles
  • Corner Plot with Good Sized Gardens
  • Excellent Commuter Links
  • Potential to Extend

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This lovely house is a credit to the current owners, who have lived here for 35 years. It is located in a quiet cul-de-sac in the heart of the lovely village of Quainton, within sight of the windmill, and just a short walk from village amenities.

The heart of the home is the large open plan lounge/diner/kitchen on the ground floor, with additional year-round living space provided by the large, high quality conservatory. There is also a study/work room and downstairs cloakroom, as well as porches outside both front and back doors.

Upstairs the previous 3 small bedrooms have been reconfigured to provide are two double bedrooms, the master with a large walk-in wardrobe and the second with built-in storage. The bathroom is newly refitted to a high standard, with a white suite and fully tiled walls with mosaic feature inlay.

The house has an attached single garage with lots of storage in the double-width boarded loft, ideal for use as a workshop. There is potential for a second floor extension above the garage (subject to necessary approvals) if more bedroom space is needed, or for a double height extension at the side.

Outside there are good sized low maintenance gardens to 3 sides and off-road parking for multiple vehicles.

This home includes:

  • Entrance Porch

    4.3m x 1.1m (4.7 sqm) - 14' 1" x 3' 7" (50 sqft)

    From the driveway, the uPVC front door opens into a sizeable entrance porch. Second front door to hall. Door to garage.

  • Hall

    The entrance hall has a door to the WC, door to lounge diner and large understair storage cupboard. Stairs to first floor.

  • WC

    1.65m x 1.1m (1.8 sqm) - 5' 4" x 3' 7" (19 sqft)

    Downstairs cloakroom with low level WC and corner wash basin in white. Handy built in storage. Tiled floor. Skylight.

  • Lounge Diner

    8.4m x 4.7m (39.4 sqm) - 27' 6" x 15' 5" (424 sqft)

    Large open plan lounge and dining area which, in turn, opens into the kitchen. Wide French doors with side windows opening into conservatory. Window to rear and side elevations. TV point. Door to study. Built in storage cupboard. Lounge floor is carpeted and dining area finished with wood flooring.

  • Kitchen

    5.8m x 2.1m (12.1 sqm) - 19' x 6' 10" (131 sqft)

    The refitted kitchen is a continuation of the dining area and consists of a series of base and wall units finished with gloss cream doors, with contrasting wood effect worktops and inset 1.5 bowl stainless sink. Integrated eye level oven with grill and microwave above. Ceramic electric hob. Space for freestanding washing machine and fridge freezer. Windows to front and side elevation. Door to side porch. Tiled floor.

  • Side Porch

    2.4m x 0.8m (1.9 sqm) - 7' 10" x 2' 7" (20 sqft)

    Useful covered storage area with windows to rear and side elevations and door to garden. Door to store, containing the oil fired central heating boiler.

  • Study

    2.6m x 2.2m (5.7 sqm) - 8' 6" x 7' 2" (61 sqft)

    Separate study off the living room, currently used as a sewing room. Fitted workstation comprising a range of fitted base and wall cupboards with contrasting worktop. Window overlooking back garden.

  • Conservatory

    4.5m x 3m (13.5 sqm) - 14' 9" x 9' 10" (145 sqft)

    Quality conservatory with masonry lower walls and uPVC wall and roof framing. Double glazed roof. Tiled floor with underfloor heating. Wall mounted central heating radiator. Power and light. French doors to garden.

  • Landing

    The bright stairwell is illuminated by the double-height feature window. At the top of the stairs, the landing provides access to both bedrooms, bathroom and large airing cupboard.

  • Bedroom 1

    4.3m x 3.3m (14.1 sqm) - 14' 1" x 10' 9" (152 sqft)

    Large double aspect bedroom with windows to rear and side and views over the green to Quainton Windmill. Door to walk-in wardrobe.

  • Walk In Wardrobe

    2.2m x 2m (4.4 sqm) - 7' 2" x 6' 6" (47 sqft)

    Formerly the third bedroom, the room has been reconfigured to create a large walk in wardrobe.

  • Bedroom 2

    3.3m x 2.4m (7.9 sqm) - 10' 9" x 7' 10" (85 sqft)

    Double room with built in over bed storage. Window to side elevation.

  • Bathroom

    2.4m x 1.7m (4 sqm) - 7' 10" x 5' 6" (43 sqft)

    Newly refitted bathroom comprising new WC, wash basin and bath with shower over and quality glass shower screen. Fully tiled walls with mosaic inlay.

  • Garage

    4.8m x 2.6m (12.4 sqm) - 15' 8" x 8' 6" (134 sqft)

    Single garage with power and light. Up and over front door. Side access door from porch. Large boarded double-width loft providing plenty of additional storage space above the garage and living room. Potential for 2nd floor extension above garage (subject to necessary approvals).

  • Loft

    The loft above the landing is boarded and fitted with a loft ladder.

  • Driveway

    To the front of the house is a wide driveway providing off road parking for 2 cars. The remainder of the front garden is mostly laid to lawn but could accommodate additional vehicles if required.

  • Side Garden

    The main garden is to the side of the property and is a good size and low maintenance, being mainly paved in two levels, with planting in moveable pots and tubs. Wooden shed with concealed heating oil tank and bin store.

  • Rear Garden

    Low maintenance garden with circular paved patio, paved steps and gravel infill. Additional wooden shed.

  • Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.

Additional Information:

  • Oil Fired Central Heating

    Heating is by oil fired central heating, the boiler being located in the outhouse by the back door. The oil storage tank is concealed behind the shed and there is a village fuel buying consortium to ensure the best price on oil.

  • Upgraded Insulation

    We understand the property has been fitted with cavity wall insulation and increased loft insulation.

  • Alarm System

    The property is fitted with a serviced alarm system.

  • Council Tax:

    Band D

  • Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating:

    Band D (55-68)
Quainton is a popular village approximately 7 miles north of Aylesbury. It has a very well regarded pub and coffee shop in The George and Dragon, weekly post office (also hosted in the pub!) and a village shop. In the centre of the village is a windmill, currently under restoration. There are 2 churches and a village hall, offering a wide range of activities which are promoted through the monthly residents' newsletter. There is a village primary school and the village is within catchment of the highly regarded Waddesdon C of E Secondary School. Nearby are attractions as varied as Quainton Stud, Buckinghamshire Railway Centre and a nursery and florist. For commuters the A41 is nearby, giving access to Aylesbury, Bicester, Oxford, Milton Keynes and beyond.

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28 September 2016

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