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Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - BUCKS PROPERTY -

RIG­I­NALLY called ‘The Nap’, num­ber 54 Church Street – which dates back to around 1385– is thought to be Che­sham’s old­est re­main­ing house.

Grade II listed, it still re­tains many charm­ing fea­tures, such as latched doors, an in­glenook fire­place as well as a wealth of ex­posed beams, tim­bers and brick­work.

The prop­erty is con­ve­niently lo­cated in the heart of Che­sham’s Old Town within half a mile of the sta­tion and shops and easy reach of nearby coun­try­side walks through the 36-acre Lown­des Park on its doorstep or through the Ped­nor Vale and be­yond.

The well pre­sented ac­com­mo­da­tion com­prises: 17ft sit­ting room with fea­ture fire­place and bay win­dow to the front, a fan­tas­tic study re­cess with in­te­grated shelves and built-in desk unit, high qual­ity and at­trac­tive fit­ted kitchen with a door to the gar­den, fam­ily room with stun­ning in­glenook fire­place home to a de­light­ful wood burn­ing stove, dou­ble doors then open to the triple as­pect 14ft din­ing room with two be­spoke built-in stor­age units and also en­joy­ing an out­look over the cot­tage gar­den.

The first floor of­fers a stun­ning mas­ter bed­room with 10ft high vaulted ceil­ing and be­spoke wardrobes/cup­boards, se­cond dou­ble bed­room and a first floor bath­room. The prop­erty also ben­e­fits from a su­per 14ft base­ment room with win­dow to the front, which is cur­rently used as home of­fice/ work­shop – and of­fers the po­ten­tial for a va­ri­ety of uses sub­ject to the rel­e­vant con­sents.

Ex­ter­nally, the prop­erty of­fers a charm­ing low main­te­nance walled gar­den pro­vid­ing a great set­ting to en­ter­tain and, un­usu­ally, also of­fers gated side ac­cess and brick built gar­den store.

For more in­for­ma­tion about this prop­erty, which is on the mar­ket for a guide price of £420,000, please con­tact Bairstow Eves Es­tate Agents on 01494 723322.

ME­DIEVAL PEDI­GREE: This charm­ing tim­ber-framed 14th cen­tury house is in the heart of Che­sham’s Old Town.

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