Nether Winchendon, Buckinghamshire

£1,200 pcm
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  • -Property Details

    • Ref: 10749
    • Type: Cottage
    • Availability: To Let
    • Bedrooms: 2
    • Reception Rooms: 1

    -Property Summary

    Located in the heart of this very picturesque and peaceful village, this is a charming and newly renovated, 2 bedroom, semi-detached, period cottage with attractive gardens and gravel driveway parking. Available End January.

    -Full Details

    Situated in the heart of this very picturesque village and surrounded by beautiful countryside, this is a charming and newly renovated, 2 bedroom, semi-detached, period cottage with attractive garden and gravel driveway parking.

    Downstairs, there is a welcoming entrance hall with coats hanging space, stairs to the first and a door through to the sitting room. The sitting room is a good size, dual aspect, room with a large inglenook fireplace with a wood burning stove. Beyond is a kitchen dining room with a fully fitted kitchen with a range of cupboards and appliances, to include a washer/dryer, a dishwasher and an electric range with a gas hob. Leading from here is the bathroom, with a bath, a separate shower cubicle, basin and wc. Upstairs there is a double bedroom and a single bedroom. Outside there is a lovely mature garden with gravel parking and a view of the church. The property additionally benefits from fibre broadband. It is available to view now with a tenancy start by the month end. Sorry, No Pets.

    Nether Winchendon is a hugely sought after Buckinghamshire village surrounded by beautiful countryside with many noteworthy walks and many period buildings, including the Church. The annual village fete is of particular note. The nearby village of Cuddington benefits from a highly regarded Church of England Primary School, a Church, a post office/shop, a hairdresser, a popular pub, a village hall, a cricket pitch and tennis club. For a wider selection of amenities, the historic market town of Thame is about 4½ miles away in South Oxfordshire. It has a good range of sporting facilities, pubs, cafes, restaurants and the usual high street stores. Further and more comprehensive facilities can be found in Aylesbury and Oxford, about 5 and 13 miles away respectively.