Roberts Lane, Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire

£1,850 PCM Let Agreed (Fees Apply)

  • bedrooms3
  • receptions2
  • bathrooms2

Property Description

A beautiful character cottage originally built in 1904. The property has undergone extensive refurbishment and extension whilst maintaining the character of the cottage. The property backs onto open fields and enjoys views of countryside whilst being within short distance of Chalfont Common.

Accommodation comprises: Entrance hall, study area, lounge with log burning fire, large open plan kitchen and dining room with underfloor heating, utility room and downstairs shower room.
To the first floor are two bedrooms and family bathroom. The loft has been converted to a double bedroom with built in cupboards.

Garden has been landscaped and mainly laid to lawn and backing onto fields. The property has the benefit of an outbuilding with double glazing and power, which can be used as a home office space.

Available 1st February 2018, unfurnished.

Roberts Lane is approximately two miles from Chalfont St Peter village centre. Chalfont St Peter provides excellent day to day shopping & amenities. Additional facilities in nearby Gerrards Cross include the Chiltern Rail Link to London Marylebone in approximately 22 minutes. Amersham and Little Chalfont offer Metropolitan line London Underground services. Central London is easily accessible by road via the M40 (J1A) and M25 (J16) plus access to Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.

For an appointment to view please contact:

Chalfont St Peter Office
Tel: 01753 480060

We are open:

Monday to Friday
9.00 am to 6.00 pm

9.00 am to 4.00 pm

Sundays at Farnham Common office
10.00am to 2.00pm (includes Viewing Service for all properties)
Tel: 01753 643555

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Please Note: These sales particulars have been prepared by HILTON KING & LOCKE upon the instructions of the vendor(s). Services, fittings and equipment referred to within the sales particulars have not been tested (unless otherwise stated) and no warranties can be given. Accordingly the prospective buyer(s) must make their own enquiries regarding such matters.