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Woodrow, Amersham


  • Wonderful Tranquil Location Within The Hamlet of Woodrow
  • Detached Three-Bed Single-Storey Home
  • Garden Home-Office In Conducive, Idyllic Setting
  • Few Minutes Drive From All Local Amenities And Transport Networks
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A wonderful opportunity has been created to live the idyllic and tranquil life within the famed Hamlet of Woodrow. Currently available is a classic detached, three-bedroomed, single-storey home, that while both perfectly functional and comfortable, is likely to see the new owner either look to make minor cosmetic updates or undertake an extensive refurbishment works, dependent on ones needs and desires. However, planning has recently been permitted to demolish and build a superb, specifically-South-Westerly-facing, designed-for-site, two-story residence on this magnificent plot which immediately borders protected farm and woodland, and lying to the edge of the sparsely populated, yet picturesque neighbouring residences. A splendid external Home-office is also in situ towards the rear of the plot on the south-westerly boundary, offering an enviable peaceful and contemplative environment. The accommodation comprises; Reception Hallway with access to spacious Lounge/Reception Room off which is the Kitchen with side and rear access. Hall gives further access to Three Bedrooms, Bathroom. Outside, there is a front garden which is mainly laid to lawn with hardstand-parking. A voluminous sizeable wooden storage shed. The rear garden is also mainly laid to lawn, A free-standing 'Home Office' with Power and lighting. Central to Woodrow lies the renowned Woodrow High House, a Grade II listed manor house that was built in the 1600's. Steeped in history, amongst its famous historical figures residing within were the wife and daughters of Oliver Cromwell. Peppered around Woodrow are large and small villages, the closest being Penn Street with properties dating back to the 15th Century. With a pretty village green, duckpond and church, that adjoin the ancient woodlands of Penn Woods, the local cricket team has always drawn a strong summer crowd which is likely to have some relation to the immediate proximity of the two popular public houses - 'The Squirrel' and the 'Hit or Miss', being the shortest shuffle away. Schooling is within catchment area for all ages and being a short bus ride away in Amersham, High Wycombe and Beaconsfield to name the three immediate towns where all shopping and leisure amenities are also provided. Amersham provides trains and tube travel into London's Marylebone and Baker Street that take circa thirty minutes. Major motorway networks are within ten-to-fifteen minutes' drive at Chorleywood, High Wycombe and Beaconsfield.

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