Elegant, modern living at this handsome, Grade II listed cottage
This handsome, Grade II Georgian listed cottage enjoys a coveted position in the heart of this pretty village and offers generous living spaces, together with three good size bedrooms.
Grade II listed, originally owned by the Ashridge Estate and mainly dating from the 18th century, this beautiful home has been sensitively brought into the twenty-first century by the current owners. The property offers enormous charm and character, with wonderful period features throughout and light-filled interiors, while stone floors and wooden beams play homage to the properties origins.
Versatile living spaces can be found throughout the property. From the welcoming front reception room, as you walk in to the property, with its stone flooring and wood burning stove, to the cosy sitting room with open fireplace, every room displays its own distinct character. The stylish and well equipped farmhouse kitchen enjoys a dual aspect, has the luxury of electric underfloor heating, and has plenty of space for a large table.
The property has a total of three bedrooms, with two generous doubles and good size single. The upstairs is complete with both a large modern shower room and a traditional style family bathroom.
Outside, the rear garden wraps around the back of the property and is every bit as stunning as inside, with no fewer than three separate seating areas to choose from in order to follow the sun throughout the day.
To the front, the property is approached via a gravel driveway that leads to a single garage and there is parking for several cars. Here, a second equally picturesque garden area can be found, where there is a large lawn and packed flower beds.
Finally, there is a large single garage which has power and light, together with a large loft area above.
There is no doubt this wonderful home really does offer the best of both worlds: an elegant, period home in a sought after village setting, within the Aylesbury grammar schools catchment area, and only a short drive from nearby historic market towns.
Situated on the edge of Buckinghamshire, Northall is a pretty hamlet surrounded by beautiful countryside, formerly part of the Ashridge Estate of the Earls and Dukes of Bridgwater in the 19th century.
Benefitting from having The Swan village pub plus its own village hall, it is conveniently located a short drive from Tring, Leighton Buzzard and Berkhamsted, with all three towns offering fast and regular train services to London Euston, Milton Keynes and Birmingham. Additionally, Leagrave station provides access to London Kings Cross via the Thameslink line.
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