A charming one bedroom cottage featuring exposed beams and a working open fireplace in the heart of Beaconsfield Old Town
Set in the heart of Beaconsfields old town conservation area, this delightful cottage is ideal for those wanting a central location with easy access to both local and commutable amenities. Inside, the property is packed full of character with exposed wall and ceiling beams, feature fireplaces, original flooring (kitchen) and vaulted ceilings. Additional benefits include recently updated wiring and a refurbished boiler.
The property is entered directly into a welcoming reception room which features exposed beams, wooden floors and an open fireplace to ensure cosy evenings whatever the weather. To the front, a pretty sash window overlooks the old town and to the rear, a door leads through into the kitchen. The kitchen features a good range of Shaker style units complemented by a granite effect worksurface. Appliances include a washing machine, fridge, freezer, cooker and hob. Access to the pretty courtyard garden is via a rear door from this room.
Stairs lead from the reception to the first floor and into an impressive double bedroom featuring a vaulted ceiling with large storage area, along with exposed beams and brickwork. Built-in cupboards provide handy additional storage. To the rear, a modern bathroom suite comprises a panelled bath, WC and sink along with additional storage and airing cupboards.
To the rear of the property is a charming and very private courtyard garden with shrubs at its perimeter and a sunny westerly aspect. A gate to the rear gives alternative access for Aylesbury End.
Aylesbury End is located in Beaconsfield Old Town which benefits from a fine range of pubs, shops and restaurants. More comprehensive amenities which including a library, high street and boutique shops and larger supermarkets are found in Beaconsfield New Town approx one mile away. Beaconsfield train station is also in Beaconsfield New Town which takes you directly into London (Marylebone) from just 22 minutes. The M40 meanwhile is just over a mile away providing fast access to the M25, London and Oxford.