An excellent opportunity to acquire this unique and deceptively spacious four bedroom detached family house situated in this secluded, no through road, setting. The property provides light and airy, flexible living accommodation and occupies a mature plot approaching quater of an acre with a charming back drop on to woodland. Freehold. EPR: E - Council Tax Band: G
From our office proceed along Broad Street which merges into Berkhampstead Road, at the roundabout turn right onto Nashleigh Hill, then take the 4th turning on the right into Woodcroft Road, then turn immediately right into Sycamore Dene and the property can be found on the right hand side.
Chesham is a popular old market town within the Chilterns and positioned at the end of the Metropolitan Line providing a fast rail service into the West End and City of London (Baker Street approx. 55 minutes). The town provides a busy pedestrianised high street, featuring a twice weekly market selling local produce, specialist individual shops and national retailers including Waitrose, Boots and Sainsburys. In addition, the Elgiva theatre/cinema offers a regular programme whilst Lowndes Park includes a lake, child’s playground and immediate access to the surrounding countryside which forms part of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Chesham Station is approximately 1.3 miles from the property and access to the motorway network can be found at nearby Hemel Hempstead (M1), Chorleywood (M25) and Beaconsfield (M40).
The area is also recognised for its highly regarded schooling at both primary and senior level including the acclaimed Chesham Grammar School and the renowned Dr Challoner's Grammar Schools. Independent schooling is also well catered for with Chesham Preparatory School (mixed), The Beacon School (Boys) and Heatherton House School (girls) locally for nursery to Year 8: whilst senior schooling can be found at Berkhamsted School (Boys and Girls), Royal Masonic (Girls) & Pipers Corner (Girls).
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