Price £450,000 - Under Offer


Enjoying picturesque views towards the Church of St Mary, this 'chocolate box' cottage is a delightful blend of Period charm and stylish modernity, beautifully presented by the current owners, the property comes with parking for two vehicles, a courtyard garden and a further communal lawn.

DESCRIPTION
Steps lead up to the front door, into an entrance lobby, where there is access to the cloakroom. The stunning kitchen has been recently re fitted and features a range of attractive units, compact laminate work tops, a base level electric oven, ceramic hob and breakfast bar. There is also a pretty, decorative fire place currently used to store logs. From the kitchen, stairs lead down to the basement, a versatile space with a further storage area to the rear. Back on the ground floor, the main living room is a wonderful space, full of character with a working fire place, bi fold doors to the courtyard garden, plenty of room to entertain and a painted wrought iron staircase to upstairs. Here, the landing is flooded with light, the family bathroom is well appointed and the two bedrooms are both doubles, the Master with a vaulted ceiling and a vibrant en suite. To the back of the cottage a shared drive leads to the parking area and elevated, communal lawn, ideal for those long summer days. The private courtyard is landscaped to ensure easy maintenance. Early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate all this enchanting village home has to give.

SITUATION
Situated in this sought after Buckinghamshire village on the borders of Hertfordshire & Bedfordshire, Ivinghoe boasts some fine examples of Tudor architecture particularly around the village green where this property is located. The village is adjacent to many acres of National Trust land including the Pitstone Windmill and Ivinghoe Beacon. This highly regarded village provides a wide range of social events, sports and facilities all within easy walking distance. Within the village and surrounding area are various eating establishments including the renowned Kings Head restaurant. Tring Station is approximately a five minute drive from the property, offering a frequent rail service into London Euston from 36 minutes, Cheddington Station is also a five minute drive. The village has a primary school and Ivinghoe is situated within the Grammar Schools catchment area.

LOCAL AUTHORITY
Aylesbury Vale District Council

VIEWING
By appointment with Cesare & Co, 48 High Street, Tring, Hertfordshire, HP23 5AG.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Although these particulars, together with any photographs and/or any floor plans, are intended to give a fair description of the property, they do not constitute any offer or any part of a Contract. The Vendors, his Agents, Cesare & Co and persons in the employment do not give any warranty whatever in relation to this property. All measurements are approximate. Any appliances and/or services mentioned within these particulars have not been tested or verified by the Agent. All negotiations should be conducted through Cesare & Co.



Council Tax
Dacorum Borough Council, Unknown

Notice
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Purchasers must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.


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