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Tripps Hill Close, Chalfont St. Giles, Buckinghamshire, HP8

4 bedroom house in Chalfont St. Giles

Guide price £875,000 Freehold

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  • Detached Property  |  Four/five double bedrooms  |  Impressive 29’2ft kitchen/living room with bi-folding doors and seating island  |  Two/three reception rooms  |  Two bathrooms  |  Private lawned garden  |  Popular cul-de-sac location

A stylish detached family home offering bright & versatile living space in a sought after cul-de-sac location, close to village amenities and schools

Inside, this impressive home features sleek open interiors with light-filled living spaces. On ground floor level, the entrance hall gives access to a cloakroom and two bright reception rooms with square bay windows. To the rear of the property, the 29ft kitchen/living room is most definitely the hub of the home with ample space for family living and entertaining alongside bi-folding doors which flood the room with light. The contemporary kitchen has a fantastic range of high gloss wall and base units with integrated Neff appliances and a central breakfast island.

Upstairs are four double bedrooms including a master with en-suite shower room along with a contemporary family bathroom.

A block paved driveway provides parking for several cars. A gate leads through to the private rear garden which has been mainly laid to lawn alongside a patio area, perfect for al fresco dining.

Tripps Hill Close is located in the heart of Chalfont St Giles, a popular award-winning village with picturesque period buildings, a village green, a parish church dating back to the 12th century and is also home to Milton's cottage. While picture postcard in looks, the village also has practical amenities including a small supermarket, greengrocer, post office, delicatessen, bakery and a selection of public houses. The property is within easy access of the larger commuter towns of both Amersham and Gerrards Cross (both approximately 3.5 miles away) each with train links into London Marylebone. The Metropolitan Chiltern line runs form Amersham to Baker Street and from Little Chalfont (approximately 3.5 miles away) to London Marylebone. The M40 and M25 motorways are accessible at Denham and have good connections to London, the motorway network and airports (Heathrow about 17 miles).

The area is well regarded for its excellent grammar schooling including the ever-popular Dr Challoner's Grammar School. There are also a good number of state schools within walking distance along with independent schools including The Beacon (boys prep) and Heatherton House (girls prep) in Amersham.

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With beautiful villages and countryside on the doorstep, renowned local schools and the bustling capital just a short train ride away, the picturesque market town of Beaconsfield truly offers something for everyone. Once famed for providing rest to coaches travelling between London and Oxford, it’s now better known for offering those escaping the city wanting a better quality of life and to us, there’s no place better to choose.

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A stylish detached family home offering bright & versatile living space in a sought after cul-de-sac location, close to village amenities and schools

Inside, this impressive home features sleek open interiors with light-filled living spaces. On ground floor level, the entrance hall gives access to a cloakroom and two bright reception rooms with square bay windows. To the rear of the property, the 29ft kitchen/living room is most definitely the hub of the home with ample space for family living and entertaining alongside bi-folding doors which flood the room with light. The contemporary kitchen has a fantastic range of high gloss wall and base units with integrated Neff appliances and a central breakfast island.

Upstairs are four double bedrooms including a master with en-suite shower room along with a contemporary family bathroom.

A block paved driveway provides parking for several cars. A gate leads through to the private rear garden which has been mainly laid to lawn alongside a patio area, perfect for al fresco dining.

Tripps Hill Close is located in the heart of Chalfont St Giles, a popular award-winning village with picturesque period buildings, a village green, a parish church dating back to the 12th century and is also home to Milton's cottage. While picture postcard in looks, the village also has practical amenities including a small supermarket, greengrocer, post office, delicatessen, bakery and a selection of public houses. The property is within easy access of the larger commuter towns of both Amersham and Gerrards Cross (both approximately 3.5 miles away) each with train links into London Marylebone. The Metropolitan Chiltern line runs form Amersham to Baker Street and from Little Chalfont (approximately 3.5 miles away) to London Marylebone. The M40 and M25 motorways are accessible at Denham and have good connections to London, the motorway network and airports (Heathrow about 17 miles).

The area is well regarded for its excellent grammar schooling including the ever-popular Dr Challoner's Grammar School. There are also a good number of state schools within walking distance along with independent schools including The Beacon (boys prep) and Heatherton House (girls prep) in Amersham.

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With beautiful villages and countryside on the doorstep, renowned local schools and the bustling capital just a short train ride away, the picturesque market town of Beaconsfield truly offers something for everyone. Once famed for providing rest to coaches travelling between London and Oxford, it’s now better known for offering those escaping the city wanting a better quality of life and to us, there’s no place better to choose.

  • Bekonscot

    The world's oldest & original model village with ride on train, opened for the first time in 1929 - a fun day out for all the family.

  • No 5

    A welcome newcomer to the Beaconsfield restaurant scene, this beautifully designed restaurant here in the old town serves modern, British cuisine

  • Leigh House

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