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Beaconsfield

Guide Price £459,950
Bedrooms

2

bedrooms

Bathrooms

1

bathroom

Reception Rooms

1

reception

A two bedroom mid terraced Grade II listed cottage, circa 1660 having been fully modernised by its current owner is located within the picturesque Old Town of Beaconsfield and walking distance to all amenities.
  • Grade II listed (circa 1660)
  • Two bedroom mid terraced
  • Living room with brick fireplace and exposed timbers
  • Newly installed fitted kitchen
  • Newly installed fitted bathroom
  • Master bedroom with vaulted ceiling and exposed timbers
  • Well proportioned second bedroom
  • Landscaped patio garden
  • Southerly Aspect
  • No upper chain
A two bedroom mid terraced Grade II listed cottage, circa 1660 having been fully modernised by its current owner is located within the picturesque Old Town of Beaconsfield and walking distance to all amenities.
DescriptionA two bedroom mid terraced Grade II listed cottage, circa 1660 having been fully modernised by its current owner is located within the picturesque Old Town of Beaconsfield and walking distance to all amenities. This delightful fully modernised cottage is as shown on the
plan: Features include the original wide brick fireplace and original exposed timbers. The Kitchen and Bathroom have modern fittings and on the first floor the Master Bedroom has a fine vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. Landscaped patio garden with storage outbuilding is enclosed with panel fencing and of a Southerly aspect.
The Property & Historical NoteSet in the conservation area Cottages 21/23/25 were built between 1648 and 1660 by Thomas Cocke a carpenter who resided in one of the cottages with his wife Katherine Pennell. They married in 1665 and he was buried in St Marys Church in 1682. He used “trade tokens” and one was found in the rafters of No. 25 in 1984 when a carpenter was carrying out roof repairs, the token is now in The Bucks County Museum at Aylesbury.
LocationThe property is located in a convenient location only a short stroll from the many amenities of Beaconsfield Old Town. There are a range of boutique shops, pubs and restaurants whilst the New Town features a further range of shopping, social and schooling facilities together with a fast track train line to London Marylebone. For commuters the M40 is only a short drive away and provides access to the M40, M25, Heathrow Airport and Central London.
DirectionsFrom junction 2 of the M40 follow the sign posts to Beaconsfield. Upon reaching the first roundabout take the first exit (sign posted Beaconsfield) and at the next roundabout go straight over into London End. At the next main roundabout turn right into Aylesbury End (third exit) and number 23 will be found a short distance on the left.

NOTE: These particulars are intended only as a guide to prospective Tenants to enable them to decide whether to make further enquiries with a view to taking up negotiations but they are otherwise not intended to be relied upon in any way for any purpose whatsoever and accordingly neither their accuracy nor the continued availability of the property is in any way guaranteed and they are furnished on the express understanding that neither the Agents nor the Vendors are to be or become under any liability or claim in respect of their contents. Any prospective Tenant must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of the particulars contained.

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