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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Cromwell Cottages, Ivy Lane

Guide Price £535,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Semi-detached timber-framed period home beneath a thatched roof.
  • Master bedroom & ensuite shower room.
  • Two further bedrooms.
  • Grade II listed - Full of character and well presented throughout.
  • Superb 150ft rear garden
  • 42ft of parking.
  • Located in the conservation area of this vibrant village
  • Superbly fitted kitchen/breakfast room leading into the dining room.
  • Very spacious sitting room.
  • Summerhouse and large timber storage shed.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Situated in this outstanding and vibrant village is this spacious 3 bedroom Grade II listed semi-detached timber-framed period home beneath a thatched roof with a 150ft rear garden and 42ft of parking. Located in the conservation area at the centre of the village the property is full of character and is well presented throughout and features a superbly fitted kitchen/breakfast room leading into the dining room, a very spacious sitting room and master bedroom with an ensuite shower room. There is a summerhouse and large timber storage shed.

Entrance Hall. Front door and under-stairs storage cupboard.

Cloakroom. Suite includes pedestal wash basin and low level WC. Half tiled walls and shelved display niche.

Kitchen / breakfast room. Outstandingly fitted with a range of oak fronted, floor standing and wall mounted cupboard drawer units including a dresser. Extensive granite work surfaces incorporating a breakfast bar. Deep glazed Belfast sink. Space for range cooker which may be available by separate negotiation. Integrated appliances include fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washer/dryer. Ceramic tiled flooring throughout and down-lighters. Built-in under-stairs storage cupboard. A door conceals the staircase to first-floor. A glazed door and borrowed light window leads to:

Dining room. This lovely, bright room is double aspect and includes windows and a pair of glazed doors overlooking the rear garden. Ceramic tiled floor.

Sitting room. This wonderful, characterful room is well proportioned and features a pair of part-glazed doors and windows either side overlooking the rear garden. Impressive brick built open fireplace with gas fired cast-iron log effect stove on brick hearth. Exposed beams and ceiling beams. Further window to front aspect.

First-floor landing. Window in stairwell with exposed beams. Airing cupboard with hot water tank. Loft hatch.

Master bedroom. A spacious room with a large window with lovely views over the rear garden. Range of wall to wall wardrobes. Archway to:

Ensuite shower room. The suite includes shower enclosure, wash basin set into wash stand with cupboards under and a low level WC. Exposed beams. Part-tiles walls.

Bedroom 2. A double room with exposed structural beams and window to the side aspect.

Bedroom 3. Window overlooks the rear garden. Fitted double wardrobe. Exposed beans. This room is currently used as a study but utilises a double Futon bed for guests.

Family bathroom. White suite including corner bath, separate shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin and low-level WC. Window and exposed beams.

Attractive brick planter.
Parking. To the side of the property is a wide, gravelled parking area 42' in depth. A pair of five-bar gates lead into:

Rear garden. 150' x 42' maximum. The garden is an outstanding feature of the property and is part-walled on one side. Adjoining the sitting room and dining room is a substantial patio area with low brick retaining wall which wraps around a magnificent specimen Sycamore tree which has a TPO. Beyond this is an extensive lawn with substantial borders containing a variety of ornamental trees, shrubs and perennials. There is also a kitchen garden and adjacent aluminium framed greenhouse. Summerhouse: 9'10 x 7'10. Of cedar construction with a pair of doors, windows, power & light. Currently used by the vendors for entertaining and fitted out as a bar. Adjacent circular patio. Timber storage shed: 9'10 x 7'8. Power & light.

Freehold. Mains drainage, electricity, gas and water connected. Telephone connected. The specimen Sycamore tree has a Tree Preservation Order. Gas fired boiler serving radiator central heating. Council Tax Band D - Aylesbury Vale District Council. EPC rating C. The exterior has recently been re-decorated.

Grade II listed: This property is one of a pair converted in 1967 from a former barn dating from the late C17 / early C18 and are timber framed beneath a thatched roof.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
29 September 2016

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