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Guide Price £425,000 - Sold

  • Private south facing garden
  • German 'Inspired Elements' Kitchen
  • Bathroom & en-suite
  • Long lease
  • Contemporary two bedroom maisonette
  • Separate entrance
  • Two double bedrooms
  • Underground parking
  • Viewing is highly recommended


A contemporary styled two bedroom ground floor apartment thoughtfully designed and created to accommodate the demands of modern day life complete with fully fitted German 'Inspired Elements' designed kitchen, private garden accessed through French doors from sitting room, secure underground parking for residents and visitors, individual storage rooms and lift access. It is also the only property in the development to have access to electricity in the underground parking.

The property is conveniently located only ¼ mile level walk from the amenities of Little Chalfont and nearby underground and over ground line to London as well as 6 years remaining on the NHBC warranty.

The property also benefits from having it's own private entrance and secure electronic gate.


Council Tax Band: C £1,720.36 20/21

Lease: 125 years from 1st August 2016

Service Charge: Approximately £1,750 per annum

Ground Rent: £250 per annum

Little Chalfont is a village on the edge of the Chilterns with good access to the M25 (Chorleywod), M40 (Beaconsfield) and onward to the motorway network and airports. There is also Chalfont and Latimer railway station with access to central London with the Chiltern Line to Marylebone, and the City via the Metropolitan Line.

There is a selection of shops catering for everyday needs and the larger centre of Amersham within 2 miles and major shopping at Watford and High Wycombe.

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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