Parkers of Chinnor are delighted to offer to the market this truly stunning and rarely available Edwardian detached residence. Believed to be built in 1905, the property boasts substantial rooms throughout with high ceilings and many character features. Outside the property boasts a lovely landscaped garden and a sizeable entertaining terrace. Large parking area for a number of cars and great potential for a garage to be built STP.
- Edwardian Detached home
- Five bedrooms
- Three reception rooms
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Utility room with additional cloakroom
- Large Family bathroom
- Landscaped rear gardens
- Extensive parking
- Sizeable loft space with potential to convert (STP)
Entering the property through a characterful porch into a spacious entrance hall with a large staircase rising to the first floor, cloakroom, spacious dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room with a walk in pantry, utility room and second cloakroom, vast living room with a stunning fireplace with Adams surround and bay window, dining room, family room with contemporary Bi-fold doors leading onto the terrace.
Large landing with access to a sizeable loft space with conversion potential STP and double airing cupboard, fantastic master bedroom with large bay window and original fireplace, three further double bedrooms, a single bedroom/study and an extremely spacious bathroom with seperate shower.
A landscaped garden to the rear with a sunny aspect and sizable entertaining terrace ideal for alfresco dining with a built in water feature, large lawn area boarded with mature shrubs and flower beds. There is ample space for parking and potential to build a garage STP, the property benefits from retained ownership of the access driveway.
Chinnor and its surrounding hamlets are part of the ancient chain of villages following the spring line at the foot of the Chiltern escarpment.
The M40 motorway (Junction 6) is only 3 miles from Chinnor and provides excellent road links to both Oxford (15 miles) and London (30 miles). The Oxford Tube stop is extremely popular with commuters.
Chinnor is only 4 miles from Princes Risborough Station, which operates on the Chiltern Line providing services to both Birmingham Moor Street and London Marylebone. There is also a regular bus service to Thame and High Wycombe.
Chinnor is served by two Primary Schools, The Mill Lane School and St Andrews School. Local secondary schools are the Lord Williams in Thame (5 miles) and The Icknield School, Watlington (6 miles).