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image  Stony Lane, Little Kingshill, Great Missenden, HP16

image ££1,200,000 Guide

image 5 BEDROOMS
image For Sale

Property Description

A beautifully presented five double bedroom, four reception family home providing over 2,700 sq ft of light and airy accommodation situated within a plot in excess of one third of an acre and featuring a level 150 ft lawned garden to the rear. Saperton enjoys a quiet semi-rural location within this popular Chiltern village and is situated along a private no-through road. EPR: D

From the A413 (Amersham to Great Missenden road) turn off by the Chiltern Hospital into London Road and take the first turning on the left into Nags Head Lane. Proceed under the railway bridge and follow the road round to the left into Windsor Lane. Follow the road into Little Kingshill and Stony Lane can be found on your right hand side.

Little Kingshill is a popular Chiltern village nestling in the Chiltern Hills and surrounded by open countryside. Within the village is the highly regarded Little Kingshill Combined School and local shopping facilities located in the nearby Holmer Green. More extensive shopping facilities are available in Amersham and High Wycombe and Great Missenden with its picturesque High Street offering good day to day shopping facilities and Chiltern Line rail service to Marylebone.

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