A detached bungalow situated within a generous plot on the semi rural outskirts of Chalfont St Giles. The property requires modernisation and offers an opportunity for a buyer looking for a project.
The accommodation comprises three double bedrooms and a bathroom from the main hall, leading to a living room with sliding doors to the garden and an adjoining kitchen. From the kitchen is a door into the garage. The property has well proportioned rooms with lovely views over the garden from the back of the property. The gardens are very private and mature and feature a host of established plants, trees and hedging.
To the front of the property is a good size driveway and front garden fronting Narcot Lane.
There is direct access to open countryside very close by providing miles of walking paths through woodland, open spaces and fields.
The village centre of Chalfont St Giles is about a mile away providing excellent day to day shopping facilities including a Post Office.
EPC Rating - D
Council Tax band - F
Situated in the pretty village of Chalfont St Giles, the historic home of poet John Milton with a charming village green and duck pond. The village has a strong community feel with a butcher, baker, deli, post office, grocers, supermarket, hairdressers, beauty salon, dentist, kitchen/bathroom designers, doctors surgery, vets, library, restaurants, traditional pubs, sports fields and golf club.
Chalfont St Giles has been voted as one of the best villages to live in the UK. With its close proximity to Heathrow airport, this location is perfect for those travelling abroad as well as commuters needing easy access to the M25, M4 and A40 into London. Little Chalfont (Metropolitan Line) and Gerrards Cross (Chiltern Line) railway stations are both within a ten minute drive away.
The local Nursery and Junior schools are within an easy walk from this property. In January 2020 the Junior School received an outstanding rating from OFSTED.
For walkers and cyclists, the South Bucks Way and the Chiltern Way run through the village and Hodgemoor Woods offer cycling, horse riding and walking routes.