High Street, Waddesdon
- Master Bedroom with En-suite
- Lounge and Sitting Room
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Three Further Bedrooms and Family Bathroom
- Cloakroom & Study
- Dining Room
- Entrance Porch and Entrance Hall
- Loft Room
- Off Road Parking
Green End House was built in the early 1800’s, reputedly as the first village hall. The house has some stunning features and most notable is the striking leaded light windows at the front. Bathing the reception rooms with light these nearly full length windows really stand out and probably make this house one of the most notable properties in the village. Sold with no onward chain.
Green End House was built in the early 1800’s, reputedly as the first village hall. The house has some stunning features and most notable is the striking leaded light windows at the front. Bathing the reception rooms with light these nearly full length windows really stand out and probably make this house one of the most notable properties in the village.
When you walk into the hallway you get a feel of space and light. Off the hallway is the twin aspect sitting room with its feature fireplace, fantastic bay window to the front, patio doors to the rear and access to the conservatory.
The lounge with its bay window and feature fireplace is an ideal room to retire to after dinner. There is a dining room, again with a feature fireplace and woodburner, which leads through to a good-sized kitchen which has an extensive range of fitted units.
On the ground floor there is also an open plan study, cloakroom and rear lobby.
On the first floor there is a master bedroom with a large en-suite bath and shower room. There are three further good-sized bedrooms and a large family bathroom with walk-in shower.
There is also a large loft room which would make an ideal childrens' playroom or office and also has extensive under-eaves storage and further door to a separate loft area.
The mature gardens are a rare feature for a period property which is laid to lawn with various shrub and floral borders. There is a patio area which is a great place to sit and relax whilst perhaps enjoying a glass of wine. There are a set of wooden gates that lead out to an area providing off-road parking for up to two vehicles.
The sought-after village of Waddesdon is best known for its Church of England secondary school which was recently granted Academy status and also for Waddesdon Manor a property of excellence within The National Trust.
The village has good amenities including a village shop/post office and two public houses, The Long Dog and The Lion Hotel along with the renowned Five Arrows Hotel.
It is well placed for commuting with Aylesbury Parkway station approximately 3 miles away with a service to London Marylebone in around an hour.
Bicester Village Station and Bicester North Station are also just a short drive away, with frequent trains running to both London and Oxford. There are bus routes to Aylesbury and Bicester.
Aylesbury town centre is approximately 6 miles away and has a selection of shops, a market, several supermarkets and various leisure facilities.
Bicester is approximately 11 miles away with its famous Bicester Village outlet centre, a dream destination for designer shopping with 130 luxury boutiques.
Oxford city centre is approximately 20 miles and Milton Keynes approximately 21 miles.
All measurements are approximate and quoted in metric with imperial equivalents and are for general guidance only and whilst every attempt has been made to ensure accuracy, they must not be relied on. The fixtures, fittings and appliances referred to have not been tested and therefore no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Internal photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item shown is included with the property.