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.