Albion Road, Chalfont St. Giles, Buckinghamshire, HP8
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Sobre Albion Road, Chalfont St. Giles, Buckinghamshire, HP8
A Victorian semi-detached house built in 1891 and recently the subject of considerable extension and modernisation. A special feature is the superb kitchen-living room-dining room measuring 23’ x 23’ with sliding bi-fold doors to the garden.
4 Double Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms (potential third) Sitting Room Kitchen-Living-Dining Room Utility Room Cloakroom Garage Lovely Garden Gas Central Heating Recently refurbished and extended. Wired with Cat 5e throughout. The property A charming character home with 4 double bedrooms offering a stylish blend of original features and modern comfort with accommodation on three floors. The property is perfect for family occupation and the spacious well fitted kitchen-living dining is the hub of the house. Bi-fold doors provide easy access to the wide terrace and well enclosed garden which has a pleasing aspect. Modernised and extended in recent years the property has an entrance hall leading to the sitting room with a fireplace, wood burner, shelving and Karndean wood laminate floor. Steps lead down to the kitchen with roof lantern, fitted with a comprehensive range of units with continuous Caesarstone worktops, double sink, integrated dishwasher, double oven, induction hob with extractor above, island unit with breakfast bar, tiled floor, under floor heating and door to utility with tiled floor, space for tumble dryer and plumbing for washing machine with worktop and wall unit, door to side. Cloakroom with low level WC, hand basin cupboard beneath, tiled floor.
On the first floor the landing is of good size with steps down to bedroom 1 which is at the back of the house. The large family bathroom is adjacent with a standalone bath, semi-circular shower, two hand basins with cupboards beneath and WC. Bedrooms 2 & 3 are both of good size, bedroom 2 has a linen cupboard and a large walk in cupboard which already has concealed plumbing and drainage for easy conversion into an en-suite shower room. Bedroom 4 is on the upper second floor with an en-suite bathroom which has a roll top bath with shower attachment, hand basin and low level WC.
The property benefits from off street parking and a garage which contains the gas central heating boiler and hot water storage tank. There is a door and gate to the side which leads to the rear garden and approached by a wide full width terrace leading to the lawn with garden shed and greenhouse at the bottom. The garden is private and enclosed by hedging and fencing.
Chalfont St Giles nursery, infant and primary schools are all within a few hundred yards walk away. For older children Chalfont Community College in Chalfont St. Peter is approximately 2 miles away. Dr Challoner’s Boys Grammar School in Amersham and Dr Challoner’s High School for girls in Little Chalfont. Both schools provide bus services.
Location Distinctive with its traditional village green and duck pond, this popular village offers good day to day shopping, schooling, amenities, pubs and restaurants. At Gerrards Cross, fast trains to London Marylebone take 20 minutes. From nearby Amersham & Chalfont Latimer stations there are overland trains to London Marylebone & London Underground trains to Baker Street.
The village has a long and interesting history and was first mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086. Half-timbered buildings from 15th and 16th centuries are still grouped around the village green. One of the oldest buildings in the village is the Parish Church which dates back to 1150 and has since seen much renovation.
Chalfont St Giles has a variety of local sporting and leisure facilities with Bowstridge Lane’s playing fields, Chalfont Leisure Centre, several golf courses including Harewood Downs golf club, tennis, bowls, cricket, football and squash clubs all nearby. A strong sense of community is reflected in a host of local societies ranging from cub scouts to Nordic walking. Breath taking Chilterns scenery completes the picture with The Ridgeway and the Misbourne Valley for long walks and cycling.
The village has its own doctor and dental surgeries, library and a range of shops including hairdresser, florist, bakery, pharmacy, newsagents and a butchers. Chalfont St Giles also a variety of pubs and restaurants, including The Milton’s Head, The Ivy House and Merlin’s Cave.
Central village location. Seer Green Train Station, 3 miles (Marylebone). Gerrards Cross Train Station 4 miles ( Marylebone).Chalfont & Latimer Station 3.5 miles (Baker Street & Marylebone) Chalfont St Peter 2 miles. Beaconsfield Town Centre 5 miles. M25 Junction 17, 5 miles. M40 Junction 2, 4 miles Heathrow Airport 18 miles