19th-cen­tury home in Che­nies A

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - BUCKS PROPERTY -

RARE op­por­tu­nity to buy a piece of history. No 10 Che­nies was built in 1867 on the Duke of Bed­ford’s es­tate in the beau­ti­ful semi-ru­ral vil­lage of Che­nies.

This Grade II listed char­ac­ter­ful cot­tage has three bed­rooms with glo­ri­ous views over open coun­try­side and the vil­lage cricket ground.The dou­ble-as­pect sit­ting/din­ing room and kitchen all en­joy views over the fields. It also ben­e­fits from a sub­stan­tial gar­den of ap­prox­i­mately 140ft with an en­vi­able out­look over the coun­try­side to­wards Sar­ratt and an out­build­ing suit­able for con­ver­sion.

There are many beau­ti­ful walks across the Chess val­ley that can be ac­cessed di­rectly from this prop­erty.

Che­nies is a pic­turesque vil­lage with a cen­tral green, his­toric manor house and church, pubs and The Bed­ford Arms Ho­tel. Nearby Chor­ley­wood and Lit­tle Chal­font are pretty vil­lages with lo­cal shops, ex­cel­lent schools and ameni­ties. Nearby Rick­mansworth has an ex­ten­sive se­lec­tion of shops and su­per­mar­kets. Metropoli­tan and Bri­tish Rail ser­vices to Baker Street and Maryle­bone are avail­able from Chor­ley­wood sta­tion which is 1.2 miles from the prop­erty.The M25 is close by at junction 18.

OIRO £525,000.View­ing by ap­point­ment only via Rob­sons Es­tate Agents Lit­tle Chal­font, 01494 766304 or email: lit­tlechal­font@rob­son­sweb.com.

GRADE II LISTED: This char­ac­ter cot­tage has glo­ri­ous views over open coun­try­side.

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