A Characterful, Detached Period Cottage, With Three Bedrooms And Three Reception Rooms With A Beautiful Garden, Situated In A Tucked Away Location In This Highly Sought After Quintessentially English Village
33 High Street is a substantial detached cottage, having been extended, refurbished and remodelled in authentic period detail style, to provide a sumptuous home, which benefits from replacement timber windows, stylish modern bathrooms, large versatile living areas and a beautiful inglenook fireplace complete with feature bread oven. The property also has; timber latch doors, wall and floor beams, wooden floors in the reception areas and a pretty dual aspect kitchen/diner with a butler sink and cream painted Shaker style cupboards and a generous walled garden with gravelled entertainment area, expanse of lawn and mature trees and shrubs. The picturesque cottage is located on the High Street in this sought after village, within walking distance to the railway station and early viewing is recommended. Accommodation consists of Entrance Hall, Cloakroom, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Cupboard, Dining Room, Snug, Drawing Room, Master Bedroom Suite with En-Suite and Dressing/Nursery Area, Two Further Double Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom. The extensions blend seamlessly with the original house resulting in a desirable spacious family home. EPC Rating E = 52.
Haddenham is situated approximately 3 miles from Thame, and boasts the Thame & Haddenham Parkway rail station, which is in walking distance from this cottage, with a direct link to Marylebone in 37 minutes (fast train).The church of Norman origin is dedicated to St Mary the Virgin. There is also a Roman Catholic Church and Baptist and Methodist Chapels. The latter houses the village museum in a former schoolroom to the rear of the building. Haddenham is served by Haddenham Community Infant School, Haddenham Junior School and the voluntary aided St Maryís Church of England School is in the catchment area for Lord Williamsís in Thame, Princess Risborough Upper School and the Aylesbury Grammar Schools. The village has several independent food shops, a monthly farmers market a doctorís surgery, a library, film club and popular garden centre. There are also a number of cafes, a wine bar and restaurants and the famous Tiggywinkles animal hospital.
The property comprises the following with all dimensions being approximate only. Please note that Reaston Brown has not tested appliances or systems and no warranty as to condition or suitability is confirmed or implied. Any prospective purchaser is advised to obtain verification from their Surveyor or Solicitor.