Leaving behind any preconception of what a former farm building might look like can still barely prepare you for this gem.
The moment you enter the house, a sense of warmth and ease welcomes you.
Everything traditionally associated with rural life rests here: long views, homeliness and comfort, tranquillity, privacy and space. Loyal to country tastes, the house is entirely fitting with its setting yet offers all the amenities expected in a place so close to London. On your doorstep, you have access to amazing private woodland walks as well as a network of bridle paths & foot paths giving access to the local towns and villages.
If you are looking for perfection, and why shouldn't you be, you have found something very special indeed.
This barn conversion, with its high vaulted ceiling and original timbers is set at the end of a private road on Warren Farm. Surrounded by open fields and with beautiful woodland walks nearby, this makes a cosy retreat. Ideal for down-sizers or a young growing family, the private and secluded garden is just the right size and the open garage barn has been granted planning (which will need to be re applied from July 2020) to convert to a super studio or study.
Open plan living at the Granary gives you a brilliant interaction between cooking, dining and relaxing. Bi-fold doors invite the outside in when entertaining in the summer evenings.
Should you see it? Most definitely. Call us now on 01494 434841 to book your appointment and avoid disappointment.
Simply soaked in history, this village appears in the Doomsday Book and has seen some of England's most prominent personalities pass through it. Among others, Emmeline Pankhurst, Bernard Shaw and John Milton whose house still stands.
Winner of Britain in Bloom and Best kept village in Buckinghamshire, this is for those who seek out a truly well-thought of village in a revered county.
Marylebone from Little Chalfont station is 40 minutes away and the house sits strategically between the London Road and A404 which takes you to Marlow and the Thames or meets the A40 at Edgware Road.
The diversity of shops - predominantly independent, specialist retailers - means a host of delights to discover whether looking for food, gifts or day to day items. A village where demand for property far outstrips availability, life here offers a rare chance to live in a much desired part of England.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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