- Uniquely charming three Bedroom Semi-detached Victorian Character home
- Reported to date back to circa 1860
- Separate Dining Room
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
- Close to beautiful open countryside
- Situated in the Conservation area of this historic and picturesque Chilterns Village
- 20" 4" approx Sitting Room with feature open fireplace
- Wealth of period features and charm
- Downstairs Cloakroom and Refitted first floor Bathroom
- Security Alarm System
*No Onward Chain* Uniquely charming three Bedroom semi-detached Victorian character home, reported to date back to circa 1860 and pleasantly situated in the conservation area of this historic and picturesque Chilterns Village. A wealth of period features. 20` 4" approx. Sitting Room with open fireplace. Separate Dining Room. Refitted first floor Bathroom. Security alarm system. NO UPPER CHAIN
Ivinghoe is a highly desirable Chilterns Village mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086 with its Thirteenth Century St Mary`s Church. The village benefits from its own Village Green and Village Hall and excellent range of further facilities such as a General Store and Post Office, Village Pub, a fine dining restaurant, Farm Shop, Library, Pharmacy, Hairdressers, Tea Rooms/Community Hub and Golf Club. For the commuter, Tring Station which serves London Euston is only 3½ miles away, whilst fashionable Berkhamsted with its excellent array of shopping facilities, restaurants, and further leisure facilities is only 6 miles distance.
Panelled front door to :-
Delightfully spacious and with feature floor to ceiling brick fireplace with raised brick hearth. Beamed ceiling. Radiator. Meters cupboard. Two double glazed windows. Stairs to first floor.
Double glazed window. Radiator. Beamed ceiling.
Attractively fitted with a white butler sink with mixer tap, honed granite drainer and a range of matching wall and floor mounted units comprising both cupboards and drawers, and with the benefit of concealed lighting and matching pelmet and plinths. Matching decoratively glazed display cupboards, and decorative tongue and groove end panels. Range of granite work surfaces and part tiled walls. Extractor hood. Space and plumbing for dishwasher and further white goods. Radiator. Two double glazed windows.
Range of matching wall mounted cupboards. Roll top work surfaces with space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and condenser dryer under. Radiator. Double glazed window. Full height storage cupboard. Double glazed door opening to rear garden. Door to :-
Fitted in white with chrome fittings and comprising a wash hand basin and a low level WC. . Extractor fan.
Wainscoting to lower walls.
Double glazed windows. Radiator.
Double glazed window. Radiator. Access to loft space.
Double glazed window. Radiator.
Refitted in white with chrome fittings and comprising a panelled bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, fitted `Mira` shower unit over and fitted shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Chrome heated towel rail. Colour co-ordinated wall tiling and floor tiling with under floor heating. Double glazed window.
Landscaped courtyard garden pleasantly screened by an old brick wall at the gardens end. The garden mainly blocked paved with a pebbled display area. Garden Shed. Outside light. Shared gated side access.
Please see floorplan for measurements
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