The Old Britannia is an attractive four bedroom semi-detached property, the original parts believed to date from the 18th century and was once a ‘Beer House’ until the 1940’s.
Extended and much improved over the subsequent years it is now a charming and well presented family home with character features such as the inglenook fireplace with a bread oven in the dining room. The double aspect sitting room also has an attractive fireplace and bi-folding doors onto the patio.
The kitchen is well fitted , incorporating an Aga and split level breakfast bar. There is an adjacent utility room with a cloakroom and useful study both off the inner hall where the staircase rises to the first floor.
The four bedrooms are served by a well appointed modern family bathroom and contemporary en suite shower room.
Within the grounds there are two significant detached outbuildings, one used as a home office/studio with storage and workshop facility and the other providing generous garaging with a loft room above which has scope for improvement or conversion to ancillary accommodation, subject to planning.
Approached via a sweeping driveway, the total plot of about 1.1 acres includes areas of paddock and garden which includes an idyllic southerly aspect patio area for al fresco entertaining.
The hamlet of Buckland Common is one of the Chiltern hilltop settlements in the civil parish of Cholesbury and St Leonards,
designated an ‘area of outstanding natural beauty’ on the borders of Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire in catchment of Bucks Grammar schools, Chesham Grammar School, Dr Challoner's Grammar School for boys in Amersham and Dr Challoner's Grammar School for girls in Little Chalfont
Surrounded by many miles of glorious Chiltern countryside with miles of footpaths and bridleways for for both walkers and horse riders alike.
The towns of Wendover, Tring and Chesham all providing multiple shopping facilities, amenities and stations for the London commute are all about four miles away.
Square Footage: 1,940 sq ft
Acreage: 1.1 Acres