Grendon Underwood is approximately nine miles west of Aylesbury with a history dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries, many attractive thatched cottages and noted buildings can be seen in the village today, including Shakespeare Farm House and the 12th century church of St Leonard. The village has a general store with post office and garage. Extensive shopping facilities are situated at Bicester Village Retail Outlet and at the refurbished Friars Square Centre in Aylesbury.
The A41 provides easy access into Aylesbury, Bicester and the M40 network. Rail connections are fast and convenient on the Chiltern Turbo reaching London Marylebone in under an hour from Aylesbury. Services to Euston are available from Cheddington and Leighton Buzzard. Primary Schools can be found in the village & Secondary Schools include Waddesdon Secondary School and Grammar Schools in Aylesbury.
Aylesbury Vale District Council
Mains water and electric. Oil fired heating.
Front door leading into entrance hall, with stylish stairs rising to first floor. Storage cupboard, radiator and doors off to lounge, bedrooms one and two, and the kitchen.
Bedroom one comprising of lighting to ceiling, window to the front aspect, integrated wardrobes, radiator, space for at least a double bed and other furniture.
Bedroom two comprising of window to the rear, lighting to ceiling, radiator, space for at least a double bed and other bedroom furniture. Door off to passageway with access to bathroom and storage cupboard.
Four piece bathroom suite comprising enclosed shower stall, low level WC, hand wash basin and bathtub, with window and full tiling to walls.
Sitting room with carpet laid to floor and lighting to ceiling, window to the front aspect, two radiators, decorative fireplace and space for a three piece suite and other furniture.
Open plan kitchen and dining space leading into the conservatory. Kitchen comprising of sink with draining board and mixer tap. base and wall mounted units with work surface. six ring range with double oven, with extractor. Space and plumbing for a dishwasher. Further space for appliances with breakfast bar. Glass ceiling over dining area, with French doors leading to garden. Tiled flooring. Archway leading into utility room from main kitchen area.
Utility area with space and plumbing for washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge/freezer, with cupboard housing oil central heating boiler, radiator and tile flooring. Door leading to garden. Door into bedroom, en-suite and conservatory.
Bedroom comprising of lighting to ceiling, radiator panel, door to en-suite wet room, space for at least a double bed and other furniture. Leads directly into conservatory/sitting room. Conservatory area with views to the rear garden and doors opening to the rear. En-suite wet room comprising of walk in shower with tiling to splash sensitive areas, low level WC and wash basin set into a vanity unit, with cupboard storage.
Loft room comprising of carpet laid to floor and lighting to ceiling, with Velux windows, radiator and mezzanine balcony overlooking hall, with built in storage cupboard. Hobby area comprising of carpet laid to floor, Velux windows to ceiling, radiator and storage cupboard.
Enclosed rear garden with fencing to the surround, flowerbeds to the borders, patio seating area, outside tap. garden shed, greenhouse and with stunning views over farmland. Oil fuel tank providing central heating and hot water. There is a side gate with access to the front of the property. To the front, a large gravelled driveway to accommodate several vehicles, with various plants, trees and flowerbeds.
In line with current AML legislation, all prospective buyers will be asked to provide identification documentation and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.