Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - BUCKS PROPERTY -

HIS very pretty, Grade II listed cot­tage in the heart of Old Amer­sham is be­lieved to date back in part to the 1600s. Of­fered in very good dec­o­ra­tive or­der, with of par­tic­u­lar note the won­der­ful open-plan feel to the ground floor, with the good sized sit­ting room open­ing through to the din­ing room, which in turn is open to the gal­ley-style kitchen.

Through­out the ground floor there are ex­posed ceil­ing tim­bers and at­trac­tive, re­cently in­stalled log-burner and par­quet floor­ing. From the din­ing room, stairs rise to the first floor where the mas­ter bed­room and bath­room are si­t­u­ated and fur­ther stairs lead to the se­cond floor with an­other guest bed­room and study/ bed­room three.

The kitchen doors give ac­cess to the decked ter­race im­me­di­ately ad­ja­cent to the prop­erty, which in turn leads on to the gar­dens, which are walled with raised flo­ral beds and a path lead­ing through to the very use­ful study/gar­den room.

Amer­sham Old Town has a won­der­ful feel with a num­ber of well-re­garded pub­lic houses and restau­rants and also some in­ter­est­ing bou­tique shops. For the com­muter there is a main­line and tube line sta­tion in Amer­sham giv­ing ac­cess to Lon­don Maryle­bone, the M40 (J1) is nine miles away and Heathrow just 18 miles.

Of­fers in the re­gion of £550,000 are be­ing in­vited for the free­hold. For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion please con­tact Wil­liam Fur­niss at Knight Frank Bea­cons­field on 01494 675368.

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