Idyllic semi-rural location, with lovely south westerly facing countryside view and planning consent for significant extension - CH/2018/0105/FA
Cherry Lea is a delightful & spacious 4 bedroom property, providing flexible accommodation, situated within a quiet, private cul-de-sac with central green and within a short walk from the village shop, school & pub. The property features a 85ft south westerly facing rear garden, overlooking farmland, large carriage driveway and detached double garage. Of particular interest to many will be the approved planning consent to significantly enlarge the property, by raising the roof by 1.9m and adding a two storey rear, first floor and single storey extensions, and first floor extension to garage - CH/2018/0105/FA. Freehold. EPR: D
From our Amersham office, proceed up Hill Avenue to the mini-roundabout. Continue straight over onto Chesham Road and over the next mini-roundabout by The Boot & Slipper Public House. At the next roundabout, turn left into Copperkins Lane. At the end of Copperkins Lane turn left into Weedon Lane. Follow Weedon Lane into the village of Hyde Heath and then turn left at the Village Hall and shops into Brays Lane. Continue along Brays Lane and Brays Close can be found on your right hand side. Upon entering Brays Close, take the first turning on the right and the property can be found towards the head of the cul-de-sac on the left hand side.
Hyde Heath is a delightful village in the Chilterns with a village store, pub and school as well as the Common. More extensive amenities are available at Amersham and include a rail service to London (Baker Street and Marylebone), a wide range of shops and both private and local authority schools as well as many recreational pursuits. Amersham and Great Missenden trains stations are both 2.9 miles miles from the property.
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