BONNERS & BABINGTONS OFFER - Beautifully presented GRADE II LISTED family home with 3 large bedrooms / 2 bathrooms MATURE GARDENS converted GARAGE/HOME OFFICE and far-reaching RURAL VIEWS Read more
BONNERS & BABINGTONS OFFER - Beautifully presented GRADE II LISTED family home with 3 large bedrooms / 2 bathrooms MATURE GARDENS converted GARAGE/HOME OFFICE and far-reaching RURAL VIEWS
Dating back in part to17th Century, this idyllic family home is bursting with character and period features such as exposed beams and large fireplaces and sits in the centre of a large, well stocked and mature rear garden complete with patio, decked area and a converted garage/home office. The tiled entrance hall houses the downstairs cloakroom/utility room and leads to the cosy living room to the front with a large fireplace. The remainder of the ground floor is taken up by the generous open plan kitchen/dining/family room with large fireplace and log burning stove and French doors to the patio and garden. The country style kitchen is fully fitted with granite worktops and a barn door out to the beautiful rear garden. The stair case with its exposed plaster and wooden beams adds a touch of history as you make your way upstairs to the large Master suite with separate dressing room and ensuite shower room. Across the landing are two further double bedrooms, a generous airing cupboard and the luxury family bathroom.
Outside there is a generous gravelled driveway leading up the front door. a large decked area sits in front of the converted garage which has been refitted to act as an additional playroom or home office. The large mature garden is well stoked and bursting with colour and surrounded by hedging with a gate leading out on to the beautiful Common beyond.
The hamlet of Wheeler End dates back to Anglo Saxon times and is made up mainly of a collection of terraced houses and free standing properties surround the village common. The hamlet is located close to the A40 between West Wycombe and Stokenchurch, north of High Wycombe and the market town of Marlow. The hamlet is surrounded by arable land belonging to the West Wycombe Estate of Sir Edward Dashwood. The M40 can be accessed at Stokenchurch (J5) and the mainline trains at High Wycombe station can reach central London in 35 minutes.
Notice Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.