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Valley Road, Hughenden Valley, HP14

2 bedroom house in Hughenden Valley

£650,000 Freehold

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  • Historical property originally part of Benjamin Disraeli’s Hughenden Manor estate  |  Two bedrooms (one en suite)  |  Stunning 24ft drawing room with French windows  |  Beautifully fitted kitchen  |  Discreet front door  |  Garden to rear  |  Direct access to National Trust footpath  |  EPC Exempt

A fantastic Grade II listed two bedroom barn conversion believed to date back to 1798 set in a beautiful rural location adjacent to National Trust estate land.

This enviably located rural barn conversion has been tastefully refurbished to provide modern living whilst preserving the character and features of the original building. It is ideally located in a rural setting of just 6 properties on private land providing a secure, secluded setting yet easy access to local amenities.

On ground floor level, the hub of the home is undoubtedly the magnificent 24ft reception room with wooden beams, tiled flooring and direct access out onto the pretty garden. The kitchen has been fitted with a beautiful range of wall and base units complemented by an ample worksurface. Benefits include pretty beamed ceiling, built in appliances and door out onto the garden. A utility room provides practical additional storage and laundry space. The property benefits from two bedrooms; one on ground floor level and a master with en suite bathroom and fitted cupboards on the first floor. The family shower room comprises a shower cubicle, wash hand basin, bidet and WC.

OUTSIDE

Bull Run Barn is set in a stunning rural location and is just one of six properties within Church Farm and approached via a private drive. The property has parking for two cars, plus one double garage to the front of the property. To the rear is a well-stocked, mature south facing garden. The property is surrounded by unbeatable views and has direct access via a footpath to the National Trust woodland and fields along to St Michaels and All Angels Church and Hughenden Village Hall and Village shop.

LOCATION

The property is set within the Chilterns area of outstanding natural beauty on the National Trust’s Hughenden Manor Estate. The nearby town of High Wycombe provides comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities along with direct train links into London Marylebone. The M40 is approximately 3 ½ miles away. The area is well regarded for its excellent grammar schooling and there are also a good number of state and independent schools within easy reach.

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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 fantastic Grade II listed two bedroom barn conversion believed to date back to 1798 set in a beautiful rural location adjacent to National Trust estate land.

This enviably located rural barn conversion has been tastefully refurbished to provide modern living whilst preserving the character and features of the original building. It is ideally located in a rural setting of just 6 properties on private land providing a secure, secluded setting yet easy access to local amenities.

On ground floor level, the hub of the home is undoubtedly the magnificent 24ft reception room with wooden beams, tiled flooring and direct access out onto the pretty garden. The kitchen has been fitted with a beautiful range of wall and base units complemented by an ample worksurface. Benefits include pretty beamed ceiling, built in appliances and door out onto the garden. A utility room provides practical additional storage and laundry space. The property benefits from two bedrooms; one on ground floor level and a master with en suite bathroom and fitted cupboards on the first floor. The family shower room comprises a shower cubicle, wash hand basin, bidet and WC.

OUTSIDE

Bull Run Barn is set in a stunning rural location and is just one of six properties within Church Farm and approached via a private drive. The property has parking for two cars, plus one double garage to the front of the property. To the rear is a well-stocked, mature south facing garden. The property is surrounded by unbeatable views and has direct access via a footpath to the National Trust woodland and fields along to St Michaels and All Angels Church and Hughenden Village Hall and Village shop.

LOCATION

The property is set within the Chilterns area of outstanding natural beauty on the National Trust’s Hughenden Manor Estate. The nearby town of High Wycombe provides comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities along with direct train links into London Marylebone. The M40 is approximately 3 ½ miles away. The area is well regarded for its excellent grammar schooling and there are also a good number of state and independent schools within easy reach.

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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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