- Victorian Town House
- Village Location
- Three/Four Bedroom Home
- Spacious Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Sitting Room & Dining Room
- Two Bathrooms
- Good Size Courtyard Garden
- EPC Rating G
This delightful Victorian four bedroom property has so much kerbside appeal and with accommodation spread over three floors the charm and history can be seen throughout. Situated in the oldest part of the village in the centre of Whitchurch. This property was built circa 1840 by a local builder and retains many period features including fireplaces and sash windows. This property is adjacent to both Market Hill and Castle Lane and was historically the village store. The versatile and quirky accommodation would lend itself to buyers looking for an annex for a teenager, art studio or to work from home as not only do you have plenty of room to do so we understand from the vendor the home also benefits from 100MB/sec wireless broadband.
Local amenities such as the village pub and store are within easy walking distance and we must not forget the highly recommended Beechmoor Farm Shop. The larger towns of Aylesbury and Buckingham are within easy striking distance by road. The property also has a choice of stations Leighton Buzzard to Birmingham/Euston offers a fast and frequent service in under 35 minutes, there are also frequent trains from Aylesbury to Marylebone and coming soon will be the new line from Winslow to Oxford as well.
The Buckinghamshire village of Whitchurch is situated four miles north of Aylesbury and twelve miles south of Buckingham on the escarpment overlooking the Vale of Aylesbury. The village has a number of historic sites to boast about including the village church dating back to the 13th century and the mound of a castle built in the 11th century by Hugh de Bolebec and destroyed on the orders of Oliver Cromwell in the 17th century. The village boasts a superb local pub - The White Swan and the petrol station also serves as the village shop. In addition to these there are also other local businesses such as an antiques shop and beauticians.
The accommodation comprises; kitchen breakfast room, dining room and utility/boot room on the ground floor. The first floor has a sitting room, study/bedroom and a bedroom with an en suite bathroom which is accessed via a separate spiral staircase from the ground floor. There are two further bedrooms and a bathroom on the second floor.
Outside the mature front garden sets the scene with a fully enclosed good size courtyard garden to the rear with patio area ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining. Parking is on street although parking could possibly be created from the front garden subject to conservation permission and plaining permission.