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image  Parkfield, Latimer, HP5


image ££875,000 Guide

image 4 BEDROOMS
image 2 RECEPTIONS
image 2 BATHROOMS
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Features

 HALL
 CLOAKROOM
 SITTING ROOM
 STUDY
 SUBSTANTIAL OPEN PLAN KITCHEN/DINING/FAMILY ROOM
 LARGE UTILITY ROOM
 MASTER BEDROOM WITH ENSUITE SHOWER ROOM
 THREE FURTHER BEDROOMS
 BATHROOM
 OIL HEATING

Property Description

A well presented four bedroom detached house offering excellent family accommodation and situated in this idyllic location within the highly regarded and sought after private estate of Parkfield with its acres of delightful private parkland. The property benefits from being positioned on a corner plot with areas of gardens to three sides and features a particularly stunning open plan kitchen/dining/living area with bi-fold doors overlooking the garden. There is room for additional enlargement, if required, subject to permission and advice. EPR: D

Directions:
From our office in Little Chalfont turn left onto the A404. Follow the road under the railway bridge and take the fourth turning on the left into Stoney Lane. Go straight over the crossroads into Latimer Village, turn left at the village green, continue for about a mile turning left into the Parkfield Estate. The Grove is straight ahead and the property can be found on the left-hand side.

Location
The Parkfield estate is situated close to the village of Latimer and is approximately 2.2 miles from Little Chalfont with its Metropolitan and Chiltern Line railway station. Little Chalfont is a popular village set within Green Belt countryside and with highly regarded education facilities, a variety of community and social amenities.


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