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4 bedroom country house for sale

Lee Common, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, HP16

Offers in Region of £750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Sauna / Shower Room
  • Ground floor cloakroom
  • Good level parking
  • Ground floor WC/Utility
  • Between the Wars
  • Views
  • Family Bathroom
  • Views
  • Office
  • Original Beams

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Built in 1916 for the Liberty (of London) estate workers returning from action in the first world war. Like the Regent's Street store, Foynevue is built from second hand bricks and materials. Key features are the tall chimneys, chequer board black and red clay tiled roof and Crittall leaded light windows set into oak frames. Classically 'arts and crafts' the house features open fireplaces, lightly beamed ceilings, corner oak windows, picture rails and solid wood floors and doors. The house derives its name from the stunning views over open countryside yet just 30 minutes to London.

Accommodation is heated by an oil fired central heating boiler and comprises:

Oak front door to Entrance Hall 3.5m x 1.8m. Slate floor.

Lounge; 5.3m x 3.0m. Single aspect. Working stone fireplace.

Sitting Room; 4.6m x 5.0m. Triple aspect. Working cast iron range.

Dining Room; 3.3m x 2.4m. Polished wooden floor, stable door to patio and garden.

Downstairs Bathroom; 1.5m x 1.5m. Slate tiled floor with white bathroom furniture comprising shower, toilet and basin.

Bedroom 4 / Office; 2.8m x 2.2m. Twin aspect and internal window to kitchen.

Kitchen / breakfast room; 4.3m x 3.3m. Twin aspect, vaulted ceiling with Velux windows. Slate tiled floor with underfloor heating. Bespoke designer kitchen with granite work surfaces.

Upstairs landing; 2.7m x 2.0m accessed by wooden staircase and balustrade.

Bedroom 1 (double); 4.6m x 3.7m. Views over open countryside. Cast iron Victorian fireplace. Built in wardrobe.

Bedroom 2 (double); 3.6m x 3.1m. Views over rear garden. Cast iron Victorian fireplace

Bedroom 3 (single); 3.7m x 2.6m. Views over rear garden. Built in wardrobe.

Family bathroom; 2.8m x 1.8m. White tiled floors and walls. White bathroom furniture comprising roll top bath, toilet and basin. Underfloor heating.

Outside the front and rear gardens have been landscaped and are a feature of the house with numerous box and yew hedges.

At the rear is a large Bucks Barn (7.0m x 5.4m) with attached workshop (2.4m x 1.6m). The barn is currently fitted with a four post lift and capable of storing four cars. To the rear is a hard standing area suitable for parking two cars.

No onward chain.

Other features:

Private back garden
Double Garage
Off street parking
2 Bathrooms
2 Double Bedrooms
No Onward Chain
Good-sized rooms
Excellent Transport links to London
Large windows
Underfloor heating
Oil central heating
Ofsted Outstanding School Catchment Area
Mains drainage
Large open plan kitchen / diner
Sunny garden
Downstairs shower
Downstairs WC
Tiled floors
Period fireplace
Conservation area
Ground floor access to property
Mainly carpeted
Close to local shops
In Village
Wooden floors

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
06 June 2016

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