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image  Chalk Stream Rise, LITTLE CHALFONT, HP6

image ££360,000 Guide

image 2 BEDROOMS
image 1 BATHROOM
image For Sale


 Open Plan Living Room/Kitchen
 Two Bedrooms
 Gas Fired Central Heating

Property Description

A light and contemporary two bedroom coach house featuring a spacious open plan sitting/dining/kitchen, complete with private garden, garage and parking. The property forms part of this popular modern development, only 200m from footpaths which lead into the Chess Valley and just over one mile from the Village centre and station. EPR: C

From our office turn right onto the A404 heading towards Amersham. At the roundabout continue over along the White Lion Road and at the traffic lights turn right into Bell Lane. Take the second turning on your left into Turners Field and then the first turning on the right into Old Saw Mill Place. Follow the road round and turn left into The Bramblings and first right into Chalk Stream Rise and no 2 can be found on the left hand side.

Set in the picturesque Chilterns, Little Chalfont is a vibrant village which offers a superb balance between commuter convenience and easy access to the beautiful surrounding countryside. The area boasts highly sought after schooling with a choice of well regarded private and state schools including the renowned Grammar School of Dr Challoner’s. There is a variety of community and social amenities as well as a good parade of shops and eateries, along with the Metropolitan and Chiltern lines (offering prompt service to Baker Street and Marylebone stations respectively) located just over one mile from the property.

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