House For SaleFarthings Cottage, 65, High Street, Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire
Guide price £460,000
Beautiful Character Cottage situated on the highly desirable High Street within Long Crendon. No chain and newly thatched (rear 2021).
- A stunning Grade II Listed Cottage
- Three bedrooms
- Living room with Inglenook fireplace
- Stunning oak framed orangery opening onto the garden
- Modern refitted family bathroom
- Beautiful enclosed rear garden
- Period features throughout
- Highly sought after ‘High Street’ location
- No onward chain
This beautifully presented family home is a quintessential period cottage, with a host of delightful features throughout. Upon entering the property you are welcomed into a country style kitchen with exposed beams and original terracotta tiled flooring. There are base and eye level units with wooden work tops and free standing appliances.
The generous living room is arranged over two levels, there is a beautiful inglenook fireplace and a door leading to a side entrance.
There is a delightful addition of an orangery which is an ideal space for a dining table, this opens onto the sunny rear garden and floods the property with natural light.
The modern family bathroom is located on the ground floor and has been finished to a high standard with his and hers sinks, a roll top bath and rainforest shower head. To complete the downstairs accommodation there is a double bedroom which is ideal as a guest room and a bonus room which access via this bedroom.
To the first floor there is a generous master bedroom with a built in storage cupboard and views of the church, a single bedroom / study and wc.
Grounds and gardens
Farthing Cottage is located on one of the most
sought after roads in Long Crendon opposite the
church. There is on street parking located
opposite the house. The landscaped garden is
mainly laid to lawn with a mature shrub boarder
and seasonal planting. There is a lovely gravelled
seating area which is ideal for outdoor dining
during the summer months.
Long Crendon boasts an array of beautiful character properties spanning many centuries. The historical High Street is bound at one end by an impressive 14th Century grey limestone Church and set amongst a picturesque mixture of colour washed houses and cottages, mostly of the 17th Century. Long Crendon enjoys a good range of facilities within walking distance of the property, including a Post Office, butchers, general store, coffee shop, and Churches catering for all denominations. A number of Public Houses and a highly regarded restaurant can also be found in the area. For schooling, the village has an excellent primary school, feeding into both the reputable Lord Williams comprehensive school in Thame and the Aylesbury Grammar Schools. A number of good private schools are also situated close by. For the commuter, the M40 (junction 8A) is approx. 7.6 miles and a railway service into London Marylebone via the Chiltern line is located in nearby Haddenham, connecting you to London in just 37 minutes.