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A Characterful Grade II Listed Cottage, Benefiting From Three/Four Bedrooms, Three Reception Rooms, A Studio, Large Mature Garden , Situated In the High Street of This Sought After Buckinghamshire Village
Discover Refined Elegance in a Beautifully Crafted Listed Home. Embark on a journey through meticulously designed living spaces in this exquisite residence, seamlessly blending classic charm and modern convenience. The entrance hall, bathed in welcoming warmth, ushers you into a cosy lounge, where a fireplace and built-in shelving underline a sophisticated ambiance. Adjacent, the dining room stands as a testament to intimate gatherings, its French door and fireplace setting the stage for memorable meals. A thoughtful layout reveals a family room and a well-equipped kitchen, offering a perfect balance of functionality and style, with a pantry and garden access enhancing its appeal. Ascending to the dwellings upper floor, three bedrooms each narrate a tale of tranquil repose, while a luxuriously appointed bathroom, showcasing a standing bath and tiled shower, promises indulgent relaxation. Outside, a multifunctional studio offers varied spaces, including an extra guest bedroom and an office, each adorned with thoughtful detailing like underfloor heating and well-placed windows, extending the homes versatility. The rear garden, a symphony of lawns, patio, and vibrant beds, completes the tableau, offering a private retreat into natures soothing embrace. This property also offers the chance to live in a country village community with easy access to London via road and rail links.
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Long Crendon is a highly desirable village on the borders of Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, two miles from the Market town of Thame. Long Crendon was originally called Creoda, a name dating back to Saxon times and benefits from a health centre, several shops, a film club, a tennis club, gastronomic pubs and restaurants, a recreation ground, a sought after primary school, preparatory school facilities available at Ashfold in nearby Dorton, a library, and various churches. The M40 is within easy travelling distance for access to London, Birmingham and the Northern networks. Nearby Haddenham and Thame railway station provides access to London Marylebone in approximately 34 minutes (fast train).