Summary

UNEXPECTEDLY RE-AVAILABLE. A very pretty brick & flint detached house of character in a lovely semi rural location directly facing the common and backing onto grazing land to the rear.

  • 4 Bedrooms

  • INDIVIDUAL BRICK & FLINT DETACHED HOUSE IN A LOVELY SEMI-RURAL POSITION

  • DIRECTLY FACING WHEELER END COMMON & BACKING ONTO GRAZING LAND TO THE REAR

  • 4 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHROOMS, SITTING ROOM, SUPERB OPEN PLAN FITTED KITCHEN/DINING/BREAKFAST ROOM, FAMILY ROOM, STUDY, UTILITY & CLOAKROOM.

  • PARKING FOR 2/3 CARS, LOVELY MATURE GARDENS.


Description

A very pretty detached house full of character with nearly 2000 sq.ft of accommodation. Attractive brick & flint elevations enjoying a lovely semi-rural location directly facing Wheeler End Common and with large mature gardens backing onto grazing land to the rear. A deceptive interior with good sized accommodation with many features, including office, wooden floors, feature fireplace, etc.. In our view this represents a very desirable family home. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

Location

Set in this lovely semi-rural area within one mile of Lane End village on the edge of the Chilterns and providing all the charm of village life with short strolls to the local pubs, shops & open countryside. There is a local farm shop & plenty of countryide walks to explore.

Lane End village has its own essential amenities including Doctors, Vets & schools. Lane End school is rated 'good' by OFSTED and the village has its own Montessori nursery, whilst for older children, a number of good secondary modern & grammar schools, are within easy reach in both Marlow & High Wycombe.

The riverside town of Marlow is within 5 miles and offers a charming range of boutique-style shops, cafes & restaurants including 'The Ivy Marlow Garden' and Tom Kerridge's 2 Michelin Star rated 'The Hand & Flowers'. Commuters will appreciate the short drive to the M40 with easy access to the M4 & M25. High Wycombe railway station provides regular, direct trains to London Marylebone in approximately 30 minutes, and Oxford, whilst for service to London Paddington & Reading are from Marlow via Maidenhead. For international travellers, Heathrow Airport is just under 25 miles away.

Local recreation facilities include walking, cycling & riding in the nearby Hambleden valley; golf at Harleyford; a variety of sports clubs for all activities in both Marlow & High Wycombe as well as the High Wycombe Leisure Centre at Marlow Hill, and the National Sports Centre at Bisham Abbey.

Directions

From the centre of Marlow proceed east from the obelisk at the top of the High Street, along Spittal Street towards Bourne End. Turn left at the mini roundabout into Dean Street (B482), signposted to Lane End and Stokenchurch. Continue out of the town following this road for about 4 miles until reaching Lane End. Pass beyond the shops into Finings Road, and continue towards Stokenchurch. Pass through the hamlet of Bolter End and turn next right into Bolter End Lane, pass under the flyover and continue up the hill into Wheeler End where the house will be found on the left hand side directly opposite the common.

 

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