Guide Price £438,000
A charming 17th century thatched cottage set within the idyllic village of Long Crendon. The Grade II listed semi-detached property is presented to a high standard with thoughtfully utilised space, creating a cosy home. Hannah’s Cottage boasts a wealth of delightful character features, including beams and a recently thatched roof. Offered with no upper chain, we strongly recommend an internal viewing of this quaint cottage.
The accommodation comprises of a sitting room, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Set on the High Street in the village of Long Crendon, Hannah’s Cottage is surrounded by picturesque properties, a thriving community, highly regarded schooling and a full range of amenities – all set in a backdrop of open countryside, ideal for walks or riding.
The pretty cottage style garden is deceptively generous with a terrace area and well stocked flower and shrub beds.
Services: Mains electricity, water and sewerage, gas fired central heating
Council Tax Band: E
Local Authority: Aylesbury Vale District Council
EPC Rating: Exempt
Long Crendon boasts a selection of eateries including a highly regarded restaurant, two pubs and a cafe alongside a range of shops including a Post Office and butchers. There are a number of amenities such as a doctors surgery, a library and a recreational ground. The active community provides a range of clubs ranging from Scouts to cricket to football.
Nearby Thame is a traditional historical market town, which holds weekly a market day with fresh local produce, and also offers a large Waitrose supermarket. More extensive shopping, leisure and cultural facilities can be found at Aylesbury and Oxford.
Schooling in the area is highly acclaimed with the village primary school receiving an Ofsted Outstanding report in 2008. Long Crendon is within catchment for both Lord Williams in Thame, and the grammar schools in Aylesbury. Alternatively there are a large selection of private schools in the area including Ashfold at Dorton, Swanbourne School and further schools in Oxford.
Hannah’s Cottage is situated just under four miles from Haddenham & Thame Parkway station, where the Chiltern Line connects to London, from 40 minutes, and to Birmingham in the other direction.
There is good access to the national motorway network via the M40 approximately 6.5 miles away (Junction 8a). Oxford is approximately 15.5 miles from Long Crendon, with London being approximately 53 miles away.
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