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A Rarely Available, Stylish Edwardian Semi- Detached Four Bedroom House, Extended Kitchen Diner, Front And Rear Gardens And Off-Street Parking For Two Or More Vehicles, Within Walking Distance Of The Town Centre.
44 Aylesbury Road presents the opportunity to acquire an attractive, four bed period property, a short walk from the town centre and close to the picturesque cricket pitch and Thirteenth-Century St Marys Church, the quintessential heart of an English market town. The rooms are light and airy with high ceilings and although modernised, the property retains many period features, such as the original tiled floor in the entrance hall, sash bay windows and picture rails. The property benefits from an extended kitchen/diner, with an engineered wooden floor, floor and wall units with quartz worktops, Neff integrated appliances and Bi fold doors which overlook the rear garden. The spacious living room has a period fireplace, picture rails and a sash bay window overlooking the front garden. The study has windows overlooking the rear garden and there is a downstairs cloakroom/ utility room. Upstairs are four bedrooms; the master bedroom has been beautiful converted into the loft space with an ensuite rainfall shower, lantern roof light, and roof light window which makes this room a bright place to enjoy. Three further double bedrooms have period features including an original fireplace, new oak doors with brass beehive door handles throughout the house compliment the original period features. The bathroom has travertine floor and wall tiles and a white suite again sash windows. The front garden has a gravelled parking area for two or three cars and some herbaceous beds. The partially walled rear garden is laid to lawn and has a patio area, shrubs and flower beds with a summer house which is connected to electricity. There is access to the rear of the property from Lashlake Road. The property has gas fired central heating to radiators. EPC Rating D Council Tax Band E
Situation: Thame is vibrant market town situated on the Oxon/Bucks borders, much enjoyed by its inhabitants. There are many independent shops, delicatessens, and a Waitrose. Thame is steeped in history, with beautiful buildings and medieval churches. On the social side it has award winning bars and restaurants, you could have breakfast at Black Goo or a pleasant lunch at the Eight Bells and dinner at the Thatch. Thame also has a health centre and a cottage hospital, sports facilities, and excellent schooling, including a Catholic school, Church of England school and the sought after Lord Williams secondary school. There is also access to the grammar schools in Buckinghamshire. London Marylebone can be reached in 34 minutes via Haddenham & Thame Parkway Station and M40 junction 7 for access to London, Birmingham and the Northern Networks is nearby. Thame also has a good bus service to Oxford, Aylesbury, and the neighbouring villages, which have walks, country pubs and beautiful scenery through the Chiltern Hills.
The property comprises the following with all dimensions being approximate only. Please note that Reaston Brown has not tested appliances or systems and no warranty as to condition or suitability is confirmed or implied. Any prospective purchaser is advised to obtain verification from their Surveyor or Solicitor