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image  Bois Lane, Chesham Bois, HP6

image ££489,999 Guide


 Sitting room
 Dining room
 Two bedrooms
 Shower room
 Delightfully stocked and landscaped garden

Property Description

A charming 2 bedroom, two reception end of terrace cottage situated in the heart of the highly sought after village of Chesham Bois with a superb rear garden measuring in excess of 100 ft. The property is to be sold with the added benefit of No Upper Chain. Freehold. EPR: E

From our office proceed up Hill Avenue turning right into Sycamore Road, proceed past the shops and go over the two mini-roundabouts onto Bois Lane and into Chesham Bois Village. Proceed past the War Memorial on the left hand side and the property can be found on the left hand side after North Road and before Green Lane.

Set in the picturesque Chilterns, Chesham Bois is an attractive village with a Common, War Memorial and a Village Church along with a few local shops including an acclaimed butcher. 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. The more extensive amenities of Amersham with its wide variety of community and social amenities as well as excellent communications to London via Amersham Station (Metropolitan and Chiltern lines) are located approximately 1 mile from the property.


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