Situated high in the Chiltern countryside, Richwood House enjoys peace and tranquillity within a fabulous 1.36 acre plot consisting of beautifully manicured gardens, extensive orchard and multiple outbuildings (‘The Barn’, ancillary to the main house and lending itself to a variety of uses, including home office and occasional one bedroom annexe); pony stable (currently used as a duck house); goose house; chicken house & pen; feedstore; greenhouse and more). Other notable features of this light and lovingly presented 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom home (approx. 2500sq/ft + outbuildings) include: 3 independent reception rooms; garden room; a sizeable kitchen/breakfast room and adjoining utility/boot room; 12ft x 12ft cellar; one and a half detached garage; duck pond and the sound of running water from any one of the many attractive water features. No onward chain. Freehold - EPR: E - Council Tax Band: A
From the A413 at Great Missenden, take the B485 (Frith Hill) signposted Chesham and take first left into Ballinger Road. Follow this road for approx. 1.65 miles through South Heath and into Ballinger. Drive through Ballinger, passing the cricket ground on your left and Chiltern Road on your right. Richwood House is the second house on the right after Chiltern Road.
Ballinger is a quaint Bucks Village which offers a village hall, church and cricket pitch. The larger village of Gt Missenden is 2.5 miles away, providing shops, pubs, restaurants, and main line train service to London Marylebone. The Metropolitan town of Amersham is approximately 6 miles away and offers a wider range of shops, schooling and recreational facilities, together with a Metropolitan and main line rail service to London..
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