Upper Hartwell, Buckinghamshire

£725,000
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  • -Property Details

    • Ref: 10763
    • Type: Detached Bungalow
    • Availability: For Sale
    • Bedrooms: 2
    • Bathrooms: 1
    • Reception Rooms: 1
    • Tenure: Freehold

    -Property Features

    • Well presented 2 bedroom bungalow
    • Garage and driveway parking
    • Overlooking National Trust land
    • Recent Windows, kitchen and boiler
    • Planning permission granted for garage conversion
    • Located between Aylesbury and Thame
    • Easy railway access Aylesbury and Haddenham and Thame Parkway
    • Road access to M40 motorway
    • Council tax band E
    • Energy Efficiency Band D

    -Property Summary

    Situated in the Conservation Area of this popular village and overlooking National Trust land to the front, this is a detached, 2 bedroom bungalow with front and rear gardens, driveway parking and a garage.

    -Full Details

    Situated in the Conservation Area of this popular village and overlooking National Trust land to the front, this is a detached, 2 bedroom bungalow with front and rear gardens, driveway parking and a garage. The property is well presented and has been updated by the current owner, including new windows, a new kitchen and a new boiler. Being east-west orientated the property benefits from plenty of sunlight.

    Upon entering the property, there is a welcoming entrance hall with a cloaks cupboard. Leading from here, there is a large well-proportioned dual aspect sitting room with a working fireplace. From here is a large dual aspect kitchen/dining room with plenty of space for a family dining table and chairs, a modern kitchen with a good range of storage units, integrated double oven and hob, a larder cupboard and a pantry cupboard. From here, there is a rear lobby with access to the conservatory, with garden door access, a guest cloakroom and a utility room with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, a Belfast sink and a further storeroom, which houses the boiler. Leading from the rear hall, there are two double bedrooms, both with built-in wardrobes, a family bathroom, a separate wc and a large airing cupboard, housing the hot water cylinder.

    Outside, to the front, there are hedge boundaries, mature flower and shrub borders, ample driveway parking and a double garage with electrically operated up-and-over door and courtesy side door. The garage has planning permission to be converted to residential use (AVDC - 19/03283/APP). To the rear of the garage is a useful workshop but this too could be converted to, perhaps, a home office. To the rear of the property is a paved terrace, which gets the afternoon sun and is an ideal outside dining space during the warmer months, further hedge boundaries, giving plenty of privacy, and further flower and shrub borders.


    Location

    The property is situated in a 'no through' road to the edge of the Hartwell House estate, a stunning National Trust Grade 1 listed property with 90 acres of parkland, which can be accessed at the end of the road. The village of Stone has a store and Post Office, a primary school, restaurants and public houses.

    Nearby Aylesbury has a comprehensive range of shopping, from small, town centre, independent shops to edge of town supermarkets and superstores, a modern theatre, social and sports facilities, restaurants, schooling for all ages, including the highly regarded grammar schools, a college and a university.

    In the opposite direction is the picturesque market town of Thame, with its high street of boutique shops and a good selection of restaurants, cafés and pubs, along with a weekly traditional market, farmers markets and a French market.