£850,000

High Street, Chinnor, Oxon OX39

£850,000

4 Bedroom Cottage For Sale

High Street, Chinnor, Oxon OX39


Key features

  • 17th Century detached cottage
  • Four bedrooms
  • Three reception rooms
  • Stunning kitchen/breakfast room
  • Master suite with walk in dressing area and en suite
  • Double garage
  • Private and sunny rear garden
  • High Street location

Ground Floor-
Entrance porch, 26ft living room with exposed beams and lovely inglenook fireplace, double bi-fold doors leading to the stunning kitchen/breakfast room which boasts vaulted ceilings, views of the garden, underfloor heating and a bespoke Anthony Mullan kitchen which is handmade and fitted with wooden wall and floor units with wood tops. There is also an island unit with inset sink and granite worktops. The breakfast area provides excellent space for a dining table as well as seating area, ideal for a growing family. To complete the ground floor there is a family room/study, utility room and cloakroom.

First Floor-
The master bedroom suite has a large dressing room off which is a en suite bathroom with corner bath and separate shower. There are three further bedrooms, airing cupboard and family shower room with corner shower.

Outside-
The cottage is approached over a gravel drive to a large parking and turning area. Approached from the side of the house is a double garage. To the rear of the house is a secluded terrace ideal for outdoor entertaining, with steps leading to the sunny private garden, mainly laid to lawn with an array of well stocked borders, mature fruit trees and hedges. There is also a large garden store and shed

Location-
Varney cottage is situated in the highly sought after village of Chinnor, Oxfordshire. 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.