5 Bedroom House SSTC
Oakley Lane, Chinnor OX39
- Five bedroom family home
- Self-sustaining annexe
- Finished basement
- Gated entrance
- Two bathrooms
- Flexible living accommodation
- Views over farmland
The main house offers a large living room, dining room, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, separate utility area and W/C. Upstairs provides four well-proportioned bedrooms and a modern family bathroom.
The Annexe includes a separate lounge/dining room with French doors onto the garden, modern kitchen and access to conservatory. The large Master bedroom and shower room are located on the first floor. There is also a finished basement, currently being used a second bedroom, which has its own external access via stairs to the rear garden. A great rental opportunity.
The property boasts a large fully enclosed rear garden mostly laid to lawn, with a patio area. Access to the garden via the kitchen, conservatory, annex living room and stairs from the basement. To the front there is a gated entrance with large driveway with parking for several vehicles.
This house is perfectly suited to accommodate one family or for multi-generational living.
Conifers 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.