Turners Walk, CHESHAM
- 2 bedrooms,
- 2 bathrooms,
- 1 receptions
Guide price: £695,000
This stunning brick and flint built home was originally built in 1886 as two houses and converted in the 1950's to provide the outstanding house that it is today. The property has many character features to include leaded light windows, panelled walls and traditional bathrooms. The property comprises; generous entrance hall with dado rail and parquet flooring, sitting room with attractive cast iron fireplace and open fire, the dining room has original exposed floor boards and attractive fire with granite hearth. The kitchen is fitted with a variety of base and wall mounted units with tiled work surfaces and splash backs, wall mounted double oven and halogen hob, spaces for fridge/freezer and dishwasher, a bay window provides perfect space for table and chairs. The kitchen is in the process of being updated by the current owner.
A utility room completes the downstairs. To the first floor the study/dressing room/bedroom with panelled walls, door to master bedroom fitted with a variety of wardrobes. The en-suite recently updated has been beautifully designed with free standing roll top bath, shower attachment and part tiled walls, the family bathroom, also updated has a free standing roll top bath with shower over, tiled walls and stripped floor boards. To the second floor are four bedrooms with fitted cupboards to most, views over rooftops.
A delightful garden with a variety of mature shrubs, trees and lawn area, generous decking perfect to sit and enjoy the sounds of the River Chess running through the garden. There is also a single garage to the rear.
Located approx half a mile from the town centre with a semi-rural feel. Chesham is a market town in the Chiltern Hills, surrounded by beautiful countryside
Chesham is renowned for its broad range of primary and secondary schools in both the public and private sectors, including Ley Hill Primary, Chesham Preparatory School and Chesham Grammar.
Chesham offers multiple shopping facilities and amenities with its pedestrian High Street including Waitrose and Sainsbury's. The nearby town of Amersham and Berkhamsted provide a further range of shops and boutiques.
Chesham has a Metropolitan line station linking with the Chiltern line at Little Chalfont serving Baker Street and Marylebone stations respectively. Nearby Berkhamsted station offers services to London Euston.
The nearby 'Pednor loop' is popular for walking amongst the beautiful Chiltern countryside. Chesham offers many facilities to suit all, including, Lowndes Park, open-air swimming pool, the Elgiva Theatre, Chartridge Golf Club and Chesham tennis club.
Chiltern District Council,
King George V House,
King George V Road,
Tel: 01494 729000
Council tax band F £2,644.71
Mains gas, electric, water and drainage.
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