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    £850,000

    Lower Icknield Way Chinnor Oxfordshire OX39

    For Sale
    £850,000

    4 bedroom House for sale

    Lower Icknield Way Chinnor Oxfordshire OX39

    Key Features

    • Four/five bedded detached period cottage
    • Drawing Room, Dining Room, Study/Bed Five
    • 17ft Luxury Kitchen/Breakfast Room
    • Utility room/downstairs cloakroom
    • Master Bedroom with Ensuite & Dressing Room
    • Large Attractive Gardens
    • 35ft Garage/Workshop
    • 20ft Detached Garage

    Ground floor- Covered porchway, entrance hall, dining room, large lounge, kitchen/breakfast room, study/bedroom 5, utility room/cloakroom, walk-in store/boiler room, rear lobby, walk-in cupboard.

    First floor- Large master-bedroom with dressing room and en-suite shower room/WC, three further large double bedrooms, family bathroom, double airing-cupboard and access to three storage lofts.

    Front garden- Gated gravelled front-garden with semicircular in-out driveway.

    Rear garden- Gated access down both sides of the cottage to two detached garages- one an extra-wide 17'0" (5.18m), and 35'6" (10.82m) long garage/workshop, the other a 20'10" (6.35m) long x9'0" (2.74m) wide garage/storage. The garden features a large paved patio, lawn, flower beds, pond, seated arbour/pergola, shrubs and mature fruit/walnut trees.

    Easdon Cottage is located on the pre-Roman Icknield Way which has claims to be 'the oldest road in Britain' and the area has a history in furniture-making. It has a football, rugby and cricket club and the nearby Kop Hill Climb is held every September.

    Its attractions are its twelfth-century Saint Andrews Church, a steam and vintage diesel heritage railway line and the restored Chinnor Windmill. There are three pubs in the village and a plethora of nearby country pubs. Chinnor is well-served with two cafes, takeaways and two Indian restaurants. Chinnor Library and the charity Wee Book Shop & Cafe feed the mind. For education the village has two primary schools, pre-school, nursery schools and nearby Lord William's popular comprehensive school.

    Chinnor is just three miles from the M40's exit 6. It is some five miles from Thame, eleven miles from Aylesbury and thirteen from High Wycombe. It has a bus travelling to Chiltern Railways, Princes Risborough station with fast regular rail links to both Marylebone and Birmingham. There is also a local service to Aylesbury.

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