College and County
55 North St
Outstanding six bedroom detached family home, enjoying private formal grounds extending to approximately 0.50 acres and enjoying far reaching views of the countryside and The Chiltern Hills.
An extremely rare opportunity to acquire an outstanding family home originally constructed during the 1950's but completely re-modelled in more recent years to provide excellent flexible family living.
The property leads into a substantial reception hall, flooded with natural light and extending as far as the sitting room to provide a wonderful outlook at the rear. Of particular note is the magnificent open plan kitchen/dining/family room ideally positioned at the rear of the house with bi-folding doors extending out to a substantial paved garden terrace. The kitchen is
well equipped, comprising a comprehensive range of shaker style units with a generous matching island units all fitted with granite working surfaces.
The kitchen enjoys an impressive four oven black ''Aga' with a six ring gas hob under extractor unit. The kitchen is fitted with an attractive tiled floor with under floor heating and extends out to a large garden terrace to the rear and a private terrace to the front. (please note there is current planning permission to extend further to the front from the kitchen). Further accommodation to the ground floor
includes a sitting room with two sets of bi-fold doors overlooking the garden, a further sitting room and separate study, together with a cloakroom and utility room and a guest suite with an en-suite shower room. An impressive oak
and glass staircase extends to provide five further bedrooms to the first floor including a master bedroom with a large en-suite bathroom and outstanding views of the garden and The Chiltern hills beyond. The remainder of the first floor offers a guest suite and three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. Externally, electrically operated gates open into a substantial area of off street parking for ample vehicles with gated access opening to the rear garden.
The ''South' facing rear gardens are absolutely stunning and laid predominantly to lawn, extending to approximately 200' in length and providing a good degree of privacy with views extending as far as the Chiltern hills. A large travertine terrace is located off of the kitchen and extends the width of the house connecting to the sitting room, providing the perfect setting for entertaining, dining or simply enjoying the perfect rural view.
Long Crendon boasts an unrivalled array of beautiful character properties spanning many centuries. Its long meandering high street
is bound at one end by an impressive 14th Century grey limestone Church and set amongst a picturesque mixture of colour washed
houses and cottages, mostly of the 17th Century. The remainder of Long Crendon consists of a pleasant mix of both period and contemporary property and enjoys a good range of facilities
including post office, butchers, general stores, a coffee shop, numerous sporting clubs including tennis and cricket, churches catering for all denominations, a number of public houses and a highly regarded restaurant. For schooling, the village has an excellent primary school, feeding into both the reputable Lord Williams comprehensive school in Thame and the Aylesbury Grammar Schools. A number of good private schools are also situated close by.
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