GRADE II LISTED * DETACHED * FIVE BEDROOMS * FIVE RECEPTION ROOMS* THREE BATHROOMS * KITCHEN/ BREAKFAST ROOM * UTILITY ROOM * STORE ROOM * GARAGE * GARDENS * DRIVEWAY PARKING FOR SEVERAL VEHICLES * VILLAGE LOCATION
This enchanting, Grade II listed, detached property, enjoys a plethora of wonderful features, and boasts a central village position, just a few minutes` walk from the many local amenities on offer.
The epitome of period charm; exposed beams, oak floors, and a stunning inglenook fireplaces are all there to be enjoyed, along with an antique bread oven, discovered by the current owners.
Accommodation is generous, totalling more than 3,000 sq ft, and includes four reception rooms, five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a garage. Of particular note, the 28ft garden room – bathed in natural light through its full-height windows, the gorgeous galleried landing, and the lovely first floor playroom, all contribute to the charm of this magical home while, on a more practical level, the useful car parking and garage are something of unusual features for a home of this era.
Outside, the mature plot amounts to around 0.2 acre, divided into two principal areas: a ‘secret courtyard` – accessed from the garden room and the perfect venue perhaps for the adults of the house to enjoy an aperitif on a summers evening – and a large, lawned ‘family garden`, ideal for those younger members of the family to explore. Last but not least, the beautiful wisteria that crowns the front door provides an elegant and delightful first impression.
The Buckinghamshire village of Wing is located approximately 10 miles north of Tring, around 3 miles from Leighton Buzzard and 6 miles from the County Town of Aylesbury.
Wing has a thriving village community, with amenities including a local shop and post office, schools, church, restaurants and pubs, together with a number of sporting and recreational clubs. The nearby, historic Ascott Estate, predominantly owned by the Rothschild family, comprises around 4,400 acres of farmland, grassland, and woodland, while the principal house, Ascott House, was donated to the National Trust in 1949.
Nearby towns offer a comprehensive range of shopping and recreational facilities, from the boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops in the market towns of Tring and Leighton Buzzard, to the department stores, leisure centres, theatres and multi-screen cinemas of Aylesbury and Milton Keynes. Leighton Buzzard and Aylesbury both offer mainline train stations, serving London Euston and Marylebone respectively.
Local schooling is excellent; Overstone Combined and Cottesloe School are both located in the village itself, while three renowned grammar schools are to be found in Aylesbury.
- Grade II listed
- Five bedrooms
- Five reception rooms
- Three bathroom
- Village location
- Store room