The Barn, Love Lane, Iver, Buckinghamshire

£679,950 Reduced

  • bedrooms3
  • receptions2
  • bathrooms2

Property Description

*THREE BEDROOM CHARACTER COTTAGE BUILT IN THE 1840'S*
*BEAUTIFUL SECLUDED PLOT OF AROUND 0.25 ACRES IN TOTAL*
*COMPLETELY REFURBISHED BY THE CURRENT OWNER IN 2012*
*IMPRESSIVE ACCOMMODATION OF NEARLY 1900 SQUARE FEET*

A rare opportunity to purchase a large semi detached cottage situated on a generous and secluded plot of around 0.25 acres. This beautiful home was the subject of major improvements in 2012 which included new windows, new wiring, new plumbing and heating, new kitchen, new bathrooms and a complete interior revamp.

Externally there is a wide driveway in front of the 26'x16'4 double garage, so there is ample off road parking for around six cars, or you can use the space to potentially build a side extension (STPP). The delightful rear garden, while secluded offers stunning views over similar gardens and fields from the first floor and is also laid to lawn with extensive flower borders and fruit trees.

Internally and on the ground floor is a good sized rear facing entrance hall that leads to a ground floor cloakroom, study, and the 22'1x13'9 kitchen/dining room. This room is a fantastic space and offers french doors leading out to your garden and an array of fitted units with granite work surfaces. The living room is located from here and is 17'8x13'7. This great room offers a double aspect with a window to the front plus french doors leading to the rear garden. Its standout feature being the fitted wood burner with a huge slate hearth - a real centre piece.

On the first floor is a 13'2x12'8 master bedroom which has its own balcony overlooking the garden that is a great place to sit and relax. This bedroom has its own ensuite plus there are two more good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The bathrooms offer good quality Duravit suites, many of the rooms have French solid oak flooring and all slate in the building is genuine Delabole slate from Cornwall.

THE AREA

Iver is a semi rural village situated between Uxbridge and Slough. The larger centres of Uxbridge and Gerrards Cross provide a wider range of shopping facilities. Iver has a mainline railway station to Paddington. Iver is on the Crossrail route (Elizabeth Line) which is expected to open in 2020 providing the locality direct access to Canary Wharf in 40 minutes and Bond Street in 26 minutes.

Central London is easily accessible by road via the M40 (J1A), M4 (J5) and M25 (J16) plus offers easy access to both Heathrow and Gatwick Airports.

Buckinghamshire is renowned for its education system, with an excellent choice of state and independent schools, including Burnham Grammar School, Dr Challoners High School for Girls and Dr Challoners Grammar School for Boys. The area is well served for sporting facilities with The Buckinghamshire, Stoke Park, Gerrards Cross and Denham Golf Courses within the area. Lawn tennis is available at Gerrards Cross and Beaconsfield. Horse racing can be found at Windsor, Sandown and Kempton Race Courses.

Nearby Iver Heath has beautiful surrounding countryside including Black Park and Langley Park that has an excellent network of footpaths and bridleways. The famous Pinewood Studios also features a cinema.

Iver (Great Western Line: London Paddington 31 mins) - Gerrards Cross 4 miles (Chiltern Line: London Marylebone 25 mins) - Uxbridge 3 miles (Metropolitan Line: London Baker Street 38 mins) - M25 (J16)/M40 (J1A) 4 miles - London Heathrow 8.5 miles - Central London 20 miles
(Distances and times are approximate)



For an appointment to view please contact:

Iver Office
Tel: 01753 650033


We are open:

Monday to Friday
9.00 am to 6.00 pm

Saturday
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.