QUINTESSENTIAL English property, Four Acres on Green End Road in Radnage has just become available to let. Formerly a game keeper’s cottage dating back to the 17th century, the property has outstanding views over the Chiltern Hills. It is believed that a member of the Rowntree family of confectioners (at least one of whom is known to have worked locally as an architect), once lived here.
Claire Pincott, head of Savills Beaconsfield and Amersham lettings, commented: “This property offers a tenant the very best of both worlds – old world charm and modern convenience in one. Four Acres is situated between High Wycombe and Princes Risborough on the Chilterns mainline railway, making commuting into either central London or Birmingham, very easy.These towns also offer excellent shopping and recreational facilities, in addition to a selection of excellent schools.At the same time, the property is surrounded by miles of some of the prettiest countryside making it a truly idyllic retreat.”
The property has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, drawing room with log burner, sitting room, dining room, library, farmhouse-style kitchen with
AGA, boot room, parking and gardens of about 1.5 acres.
The property is available PERIOD CHARM: This former game keeper’s cottage is surrounded by miles of countryside yet is in a convenient location for commuting. unfurnished at a rental of £3,500 per month. Please contact Savills on 01494 731953.