A neatly presented three bedroom semi-detached house situated in this highly regarded cul-de-sac location offering tremendous opportunity for enlargement and modernisation, subject to the usual consents. The property enjoys a delightful garden of approximately 90ft and gives easy access to both Chalfont & Latimer train station and Westwood Park (attractive recreation ground) along with nearby walks into the Chess Valley. There is no upper chain. Freehold. EPR: D
From our Little Chalfont office turn left onto the A404 and continue under the railway bridge. Take first left into Chalfont Avenue and then second right as a continuation of Chalfont Avenue. At the T-junction turn left onto Elizabeth Avenue and take the second turning on the left into Beechwood Close. The property can be found on your left.
Set in the picturesque Chilterns, Little Chalfont is a small, attractive and well connected Buckinghamshire village providing a superb balance between commuter convenience (the Metropolitan and Chiltern lines offering prompt service to Central London, only 0.3 mile from the property) and easy access to the surrounding countryside, with Westwood Park and walks into the picturesque Chess Valley, only 0.2 mile away. Independent businesses are at the heart of the village shopping parade, with a lovely selection of artisan coffee shops, restaurants, and recently refurbished ‘Metropolitan’ gastro pub. High street brands include Tesco Express for those everyday essentials.
Little Chalfont is within an area of highly regarded schooling at both primary and senior level including the renowned Dr Challoners Grammar Schools (girls’ school in the village of Little Chalfont and boys school in nearby Amersham). Independent schooling is also very well catered for with The Beacon School (Boys), Heatherton House (Girls) and Chesham Prep (Mixed) for Nursery – Year 8; whilst senior schooling can be found at Berkhamsted School (Boys & Girls), Royal Masonic (Girls) & Pipers Corner (Girls) all within 9 miles.???????
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