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Cottages available shortly are described below. Should you wish to discuss any of the properties, please do not hesitate to call us on 01494 713358 and talk to Mike or Joanne or email@example.com.
A centre terrace three bedroom house on the outskirts of Winchmore Hill village. A spacious dwelling with double glazing and under-floor gas-fired central heating, currently undergoing a complete re-furbishment. The ground floor has a large sitting room, hall, large kitchen/diner,utility area and shower room. A family bathroom upstairs has an over-bath shower and the three bedrooms are generous in size. The property is well situated for both Beaconsfield and Amersham yet is situated in beautiful Chilterns countryside.
Offers are invited in the region of £1600 pcm.
A disused milking parlour at Penn Street Farm currently under-going conversion to create an extremely desirable two bedroomed property which is scheduled for completion at the end of November/early December. If you are interested in this property all planning details are available on Chiltern District Council website under planning application CH/2014/0052/FA.
Offers are invited in the region of £1400 pcm.
A three bedroomed semi-detached property on the back drive to Penn House, Penn Street. Recently refurbished in 2010, it has a utility area, kitchen, dining room, sitting room, and two bathrooms.
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A recent conversion within the front garden of Penn House, this one/two bedroomed semi detached property shares a courtyard with the Grade 2 listed brick and flint Grove House. It has one first floor bedroom and on the ground floor a kitchen with space for a small dining table, a dining room/second bedroom, bathroom, a spacious lounge/diner and a large garage. It has oil-fired central heating and double glazing. The property provides accommodation within easy reach of Beaconsfield or Amersham stations and therefore very convenient for the commuter, yet is located in a peaceful rural setting within the heart of the Estate. It has access to the numerous footpaths and horse rides through the Chiltern Hills countryside. The house is available in March.
Offers in the region of £1350 pcm are invited.
This picturesque mid-terrace cottage is available from the beginning of November. Situated opposite Penn church and the Crown Inn this grade 2 listed building has three bedrooms, kitchen, sitting room and large hallway. Built in the 17th century of oak-framed construction the house has lots of character and is located conveniently for commuter routes into London and the nearby town of Beaconsfield. It has gas central heating and a small rear garden.
Offers are invited in the region of £1250 pcm. Available November.
A semi-detached three bedroomed house in Penn Bottom which is only a five minute drive to Beaconsfield. Set in an AONB the property has access to the footpath network on Penn House Estate including the Chiltern Way. The house was re-furbished recently and has gas central heating and double glazing. There is a large dog-proofed garden and a sizeable garden shed. Inside the property there is a galley kitchen with access to a patio at the rear of the house, dining room, sitting room and utility cupboard on the ground floor. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a single and a shower room (no bath).
We expect this property to be available at the end of March and offers in the region of £1400 pcm invited.