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The Larchlands, Penn, HP10

3 bedroom house in Penn

£599,950 Freehold

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  • Three Bedrooms  |  22ft Reception Room  |  Dining Room  |  Conservatory  |  Low maintenance rear garden  |  Driveway parking  |  Enviable secluded location in Penn village  |  EPC Rating E

A delightful character cottage set in a secluded location along a private road in Penn village just 3 miles from Beaconsfield.

This characterful cottage comprises an entrance hall which leads into a wonderful 22’11 reception room with steps down to a dining area. Double doors lead into to a bright conservatory and direct access out to the patio and garden. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of units with built-in appliances and solid wood work tops.

On the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms along with a modern family bathroom. Outside, there is a low-maintenance garden to the rear with pretty patio garden and to the front parking in front of the property.

This delightful home is located in Penn, a picturesque rural village with village green, duck pond and several popular local pubs. Being only a stone's throw from woodland walkways, it is a fantastic location for those with dogs or looking for beautiful countryside walks.

There is easy access from Penn to the market town of Beaconsfield, just over three miles away with a comprehensive range of amenities including Waitrose, Sainsburys and Marks & Spencer food hall along with high street and boutique stores, bars and restaurants. It is also approximately four miles to High Wycombe and five miles to Amersham, each with a full range of shopping, entertainment, travel and sporting facilities.

The area is served by good rail and road links. Beaconsfield railway station at approximately 3 miles away has a journey time to London from 22 minutes while Amersham and Little Chalfont stations, served by both London Underground Metropolitan line and by Chiltern Railways give excellent commuting options. The M40 meanwhile is just over three miles away and provides fast access to the M25, London and Oxford.

The area is well served with excellent primary schools including Tylers Green infant and junior schools. The selective grammar school system, with schools both in Beaconsfield and nearby High Wycombe are both highly regarded.

Inside Beaconsfield

from a local eye view

In the area

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 delightful character cottage set in a secluded location along a private road in Penn village just 3 miles from Beaconsfield.

This characterful cottage comprises an entrance hall which leads into a wonderful 22’11 reception room with steps down to a dining area. Double doors lead into to a bright conservatory and direct access out to the patio and garden. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of units with built-in appliances and solid wood work tops.

On the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms along with a modern family bathroom. Outside, there is a low-maintenance garden to the rear with pretty patio garden and to the front parking in front of the property.

This delightful home is located in Penn, a picturesque rural village with village green, duck pond and several popular local pubs. Being only a stone's throw from woodland walkways, it is a fantastic location for those with dogs or looking for beautiful countryside walks.

There is easy access from Penn to the market town of Beaconsfield, just over three miles away with a comprehensive range of amenities including Waitrose, Sainsburys and Marks & Spencer food hall along with high street and boutique stores, bars and restaurants. It is also approximately four miles to High Wycombe and five miles to Amersham, each with a full range of shopping, entertainment, travel and sporting facilities.

The area is served by good rail and road links. Beaconsfield railway station at approximately 3 miles away has a journey time to London from 22 minutes while Amersham and Little Chalfont stations, served by both London Underground Metropolitan line and by Chiltern Railways give excellent commuting options. The M40 meanwhile is just over three miles away and provides fast access to the M25, London and Oxford.

The area is well served with excellent primary schools including Tylers Green infant and junior schools. The selective grammar school system, with schools both in Beaconsfield and nearby High Wycombe are both highly regarded.

Live like a local

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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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  • 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.

  • Leigh House

    Leigh House Chinese restaurant set in the heart of Beaconsfield Old Town has been creating exquisite Cantonese cuisine for over 30 years.

  • No 5

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

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