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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Bicester Road, Long Crendon, HP18

Guide Price £1,500,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 5 bedrooms
  • 4 reception rooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Outbuildings
  • Period
  • Attractive Garden under 0.5 acres
  • Grade II Listed
  • Annexe and Studio included
  • Garage and Private Parking
  • Close to Haddenham & Thame Parkway station

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

One of Long Crendon's finest Grade II Listed homes set in an elevated position and offered to the market with no onward chain. Lower House has 5 double bedrooms, extensive accommodation on the ground floor and various outbuildings in its private plot. Close to Haddenham and Thame Parkway.

Lower House is an architecturally stunning Tudor home with features dating back to the Medieval period.
The owners ensured that whilst the property has been significantly improved both decoratively and structurally all the important period features remain including but not limited to; exposed beams including an original Medieval cruck beam, Inglenook fireplace, original wooden doors, tiled floors, prominent chimneys as well as decorative gables and panels. It has 5 generous double bedrooms and the accommodation is spread over 3 levels; of particular interest is the large master bedroom with an en suite bathroom and dual aspect views. The bedroom layout is versatile.
On the ground floor a new bespoke 'Stuart Barr' kitchen has been fitted by the current owners to compliment the dining room and attractive open plan sitting / reception areas.
The property sits behind a wooden gate in an elevated private position with gardens of just under half an acre. Impressive views over North Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire can be enjoyed from the front of the house.
There are various outbuildings including an artist studio or office as well as a separate versatile guest annexe connected to the double garage, which incorporates a large bedroom, kitchenette and bathroom.

Long Crendon is a large village situated about 2 miles north of Thame which came into prominence towards the end of the 16th Century with its needle-making industry. Its long meandering main street is bounded at one end by the impressive 14th Century grey limestone Church, and at the other end by The Churchill Arms. The village is picturesque with its colour-washed houses and cottages mostly of the 17th Century. Long Crendon's oldest inn, The Eight Bells is also situated on the main street, close to the famous old court house.

Thame 2 miles
Haddenham and Thame Parkway Station 4 miles (Mainline Station to London Marylebone 36 minutes)
M40 (Junction 7) 6.5 miles
Aylesbury 11 miles
Oxford 13 miles

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Added on Rightmove:
11 September 2016

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