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Marlow Hill, High Wycombe, HP11 1SX

PROPERTY TYPE

Detached

BEDROOMS

4

BATHROOMS

2

SIZE

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TENURE
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Freehold

Key features

  • Wonderful Family Home
  • Beautifully Presented
  • Very Close To The Grammar Schools
  • Energy Efficient (EPC B)
  • No Chain
  • Versatile Accommodation Includes 4 Reception Rooms

Description

Location, location, location! This detached property is ideally located within walking distance of some of the best schooling in Buckinghamshire, the town centre, railway station, leisure centre and open countryside, and yet the M40 can be reached within just a two minute drive.

Tucked away down an unnamed cul-de-sac of just 4 homes, the house offers both privacy and exclusivity. John Hampden Grammar School for boys, Wycombe High School for girls, the leisure centre and Waitrose are all within a 5 minute walk. The town centre and railway station can be walked to within 20 minutes or, if you jump in the car it will only take 5 minutes! Open countryside is within a similar distance.

Now for the house itself! The front door takes you into a large, fully-enclosed entrance porch where there is plenty of space to leave your coats and shoes. A further door leads you into the light and bright entrance hallway. This is a proper entrance hall, with doors off into all the principal rooms and the staircase straight ahead. Immediately to your left is the welcoming living room. This is a stunning room, well-proportioned with a lovely, large bay window.

The kitchen is a good size with a grey tiled floor (with underfloor heating) dark granite worktops and a range of white wall and base units. The walls are decorated in white with grey tiled splash backs.  There is an integrated fridge-freezer, dishwasher, oven and hob. A door from the kitchen leads into  an inner lobby, from which you enter the large garden room which benefits from a fully tiled roof and central heating so can be used 365 days per year without getting too hot or too cold. You will probably spend a good proportion of your time in this room, looking out over the garden.

Next to the kitchen is the dining room and next to that is a generously proportioned study, both of which are neutrally decorated and carpeted and look out over the rear garden. For those who like open-plan living, why not take down the dividing walls to create a spacious kitchen / dining / family room? This would be relatively easy to do and the resulting room would be just incredible!

Also off the entrance hallway, there is the all-important downstairs cloakroom which has a WC, wash hand basin, heated towel rail, and recessed mirrored shelving. A double garage / utility room finishes off the ground floor of this property. Accessed from the front via an electric up and over garage door or from the rear by a door from the inner lobby, part of the garage has been turned into a utility area with space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and secondary fridge-freezer, but there is still plenty of room to park your car or to use for storage purposes and further storage can be found in the roof space.

Upstairs there is a master suite comprising of a large double bedroom with a fitted wardrobe and spacious en-suite shower room with underfloor heating, plenty of storage and a heated towel rail, two further double bedrooms, a large single bedroom and the family bathroom. All the bedrooms are neutrally decorated and carpeted. The bathroom boasts a roll-top bath, a large shower cubicle, a WC, a very stylish bathroom sink, a heated towel rail and underfloor heating.

The whole house has a bright and airy feel to it, thanks to all the large windows providing an abundance of natural light.

To the front of the house there is driveway parking for 3 or 4 cars and a terrace with flower beds, whilst to the rear there is a fully enclosed and very private rear garden that has a large terrace, two patio areas, a lawn and some mature flower beds. There is also a garden shed. The garden is a nice, manageable size.

One of the striking facts about this house is its Energy Performance Rating of B. It is rare that you will find such efficiency in a house of this age, but this rating has been achieved by the current owners investing in solar panels, high quality double glazing and insulation. Which all translates to low bills for the next owner!

High Wycombe is a thriving town situated in the heart of the Chiltern Hills, surrounded by beautiful open countryside and yet within a 20 minute train journey of central London. The town centre boasts the Eden shopping centre, the Swan Theatre, Cineworld cinema, a bowling alley and a vast selection of restaurants and pubs to suit all tastes and budgets, most of which are within walking distance of this house. If you are interested in schooling then you have outstanding choices for children of all ages, including the grammar schools. The charming riverside town of Marlow is within a 10 minute drive of the house and a wonderful place to spend a day browsing the independent boutiques or enjoying the numerous food and drink establishments. Trains into London Marylebone from High Wycombe take just over 20 minutes, so from the house you can be in Central London inside of 40 minutes.

Lobby

3.35m x 1.42m - 10'12" x 4'8"
Tiled Floor.

Entrance Hall

6.1m x 1.77m - 20'0" x 5'10"
Neutrally decorated with wood laminate flooring. Doors to living room, dining room, study, kitchen and cloakroom.

Living Room

5.02m x 4.25m - 16'6" x 13'11"
Neutrally decorated and carpeted. Lovely large bay window. Electric fire.

Dining Room

3.29m x 3.29m - 10'10" x 10'10"
Neutrally decorated and carpeted. Window overlooking garden and glazed door out to garden.

Study

3.29m x 2.39m - 10'10" x 7'10"
Spacious study / snug. Neutrally decorated and carpeted. View over rear garden.

Kitchen

4.3m x 2.85m - 14'1" x 9'4"
White wall and base units and dark granite worktops. Grey floor and grey tiled splashbacks. Integrated appliances. Window overlooking rear garden. Potential to extend into the dining room. Door to the garden room via an inner lobby.

Garden Room

4.39m x 4.06m - 14'5" x 13'4"
Large bright room overlooking the garden. Tiled floor. Doors to garden.

Master Bedroom

3.57m x 3.29m - 11'9" x 10'10"
Neutrally decorated and carpeted. Fitted wardrobe covering a whole wall. Window overlooking the rear garden. Door to en-suite.

Ensuite Shower Room

3.29m x 1.95m - 10'10" x 6'5"
Spacious en-suite with shower, WC, wash hand basin and vanity unit.

Bedroom 2

3.29m x 3.02m - 10'10" x 9'11"
Large double bedroom, neutrally decorated and carpeted.

Bedroom 3

3.46m x 3.02m - 11'4" x 9'11"
Large double bedroom, neutrally decorated and carpeted.

Bedroom 4

3.46m x 2m - 11'4" x 6'7"
Large single bedroom, neutrally decorated and carpeted.

Family Bathroom

2.85m x 1.9m - 9'4" x 6'3"
Luxurious and stylish bathroom. Fully tiled walls and floor. Roll-top bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin. Heated towel rail.

Garage

5.32m x 4.77m - 17'5" x 15'8"
Huge garage with storage in the roof space. Partly converted into a utility area with sink, space for a washing machine, and plenty of built-in storage.

Driveway

The paved driveway offers parking for 3 or 4 cars.

Front Garden

Paved terrace with lovely bordered flower beds.

Rear Garden

Very private garden with various sitting areas as well as a lawn, mature beds and a garden shed.

Council TaxA payment made to your local authority in order to pay for local services like schools, libraries, and refuse collection. The amount you pay depends on the value of the property.Read more about council tax in our glossary page.

Band: G

Marlow Hill, High Wycombe, HP11 1SX

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  • High Wycombe Station1.1 miles
  • Marlow Station3.2 miles
  • Bourne End Station3.6 miles
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