Dating from 1914, Larch Firs has been updated and renovated by the current vendors with new bathrooms, new windows, and replacement conservatory; all whilst retaining the charm and features of the original house.
The rebuilt conservatory forms both a stunning entrance hall and a light, bright and airy additional reception room with cosy underfloor heating. Once inside, there is a refitted ground floor shower room to the front with double, walk-in shower, W.C. And vanity unit.
The kitchen/breakfast room features a central island, cream hand-painted units, a six ring Rangemaster cooker and granite worksurfaces. There is ample room at the end of the kitchen for family dining and a sofa. The utility room is adjacent to the kitchen and houses the laundry appliances.
The sitting room is double aspect with French doors out to the garden and a feature log burner. The formal dining room, the study and the family room are all at the end of the hallway all with good links to the garden and with the dining room and family room having lovely, period fireplaces and stripped, wood floors.
Upstairs, the main bedroom has a range of built in wardrobes and a refitted ensuite bathroom featuring a freestanding slipper bath. There are a further four bedrooms and access to a boarded and carpeted loft; currently used as a games room.
Outside the gardens are private and wrap around the house. There is a double garage at the end of the gravelled driveway that has been tastefully and skillfully converted to provide garaging as well as an annexe above and to the rear. This additional living space is completely self-contained with its own electric central heating system, stylish kitchen with quality integrated appliances and, upstairs a generous sitting/bedroom and separate bathroom.
Entrance conservatory | Entrance hall | Sitting room | Dining room | Family room | Kitchen/Breakfast room | Utility room | Study | Shower/Cloakroom | Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom | Four further bedrooms | Family bathroom | Double garage with annexe comprising ground floor kitchen and upstairs bathroom and reception room | Driveway parking | Private front and rear gardens
Great Missenden is an historic village with properties dating back over the last few centuries forming the lovely old high street, with bustling cafes, restaurants, pubs and boutiques. Nestling in the Chiltern countryside, this friendly village has many good shopping facilities, three schools for children of all ages, sporting and social amenities and a main line rail link into London Marylebone. The area is one of great beauty and there are splendid walks through the Chiltern Hills, now largely designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Little Kingshill Combined School | Boys' Grammar; Dr Challoner's | Girls' Grammar; Dr Challoner's High School | Mixed Grammar; Chesham | Upper School/All ability; The Misbourne School | (We recommend you check accuracy and availability at the individual schools)
Council Tax Band G | EPC Band Awaited
From our offices in Great Missenden, follow the High Street towards Amersham. After about ¾ mile turn right into Nags Head Lane. Go under the railway bridge and turn immediately right (still Nags Head Lane) where the property will be found directly on the left hand side.
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