- Three bedrooms
- Extensively modernised
- Garage & driveway parking
- Situated in private close
- Sought after village
- Large private plot
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Situated in a private close of four detached properties, off of the Clifden Road, this three bedroom family home has been extensively modernised by the current owners, with potential for further development, subject to planning consents.
Entering the property you are initially greeted by a spacious entrance hall, from which you can access; the dual aspect lounge, with log burning stove, and space for a dining table, a recently installed kitchen with underfloor heating, built in AEG appliances and induction hob, as well as a newly built conservatory with self cleaning glass and underfloor heating. Further to ground floor is also a third bedroom, or home office, and a cloakroom with WC. To the first floor are two large double bedrooms, suitable for division if more rooms are required, a family bathroom, and a linen closet housing the new pressurised cylinder, with element in place for solar thermal heating.
Externally the property has extensive gardens to the front and rear, with a garage accessible from either side. There is ample driveway parking for several vehicles.
The property has new electrics throughout, as well as a new heating system, uPVC windows, fascias and gutters, in addition to a considerable amount of further alterations, a full list of which is available upon request.
* Situated in a private close of four detached properties
* Sought after village, with amenities close by
* Extensively modernised by current owners
* Suitable for further development, subject to planning consents
* Garage and driveway parking suitable for several vehicles
A highly sought after village which is in the catchment area for the Aylesbury grammar schools and Wheatley Park Secondary School. The local primary school in neighbouring Ickford is high on the National League Tables. Worminghall benefits from a listed Norman Church, a Seventeenth Century Almshouse, a popular village inn and proximity to the renowned gardens at Waterperry, a neighbouring hamlet. The market town of Thame is within a 10 minutes drive where a wide range of shops and facilities can be found. Oxford, city of academia and dreaming spires is seven miles away. The station, at nearby Haddenham, has access to London Marylebone (fastest train 34 minutes). The M40 is a short drive away giving access to London, Birmingham and the northern networks.
We would inform prospective purchasers that these sales particulars have been prepared as a general guide only. A detailed survey has not been carried out nor the services, appliances and fittings tested. Room sizes should not be relied upon for furnishings purposes and are approximate. Floor plans are for guidance and illustration purposes only and may not be to scale. If there any important matters likely to affect your decision to buy, please contact us before viewing the property.