An incredibly attractive, 3-bedroom, Grade II listed period cottage, enjoying the gentle flow of the Misbourne river from a private raised deck, which idyllically sits the end of the private, 63ft part walled garden. Situated in the heart of this quintessential Bucks village, features of note include an inglenook fireplace, with open fire and canopy over; exposed timbers; delightful brick and flint walled courtyard; single garage (with light & power); and a southerly facing front garden, enclosed by a white painted picket fence, creating an ideal place to relax, share stories with neighbours and to watch village life pass you by. Council Tax Band: F - Freehold.
From Amersham take the A413, signposted for Great Missenden. After approximately 2.5 miles turn left into Little Missenden and 1 Red Lion Cottages is on the right-hand side, immediately before The Red Lion.
Little Missenden is a much favoured, quintessential English village, which has been used in many films and television programmes over the years including Midsummer Murders. It forms part of a conservation area in this picturesque Misbourne Valley conveniently located for the amenities of Great Missenden and Amersham, which include a choice of excellent shopping facilities and many recreational pursuits. Great Missenden and Amersham stations are approximately 2.75 and 3.25 miles away respectively and offer fast rail service to London. Little Missenden has its own Village School and Nursery, Church, two Public Houses, Village Hall and Cricket Ground.
The property is in catchment for excellent grammar schools including Dr Challoners in Amersham for boys, Dr Challoners in Little Chalfont for girls and Chesham Grammar.