5 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Ivinghoe, Buckinghamshire

5 Bedroom Detached House - £775,000

Ivinghoe, Buckinghamshire

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First listed on: 08th May 2020

Nearest stations: Cheddington (1.6 mi)Tring (2.9 mi)Berkhamsted (6.2 mi)Luton Airport Parkway (6.9 mi)Wendover (7.2 mi)

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Property Description

A rare opportunity to purchase a 1930s detached bungalow cleverly fused with a barn conversion style home sitting in a plot approaching 1 acre in total!
Flexible accommodation at its best the bungalow houses the living accommodation which includes a spacious entrance hall which leads to a refitted kitchen which has a Belfast sink positioned under the window with fabulous views to the front, a living room with a multi-fuel burning stove and windows to the side and front and double doors opening to a formal dining room which benefits from French doors opening directly to the extensive rear gardens. There is also a separate utility room which opens to the rear garden - an ideal space for a wet dog to dry off after a long walk in the surrounding countryside or after a dip in the stream which runs to the side of the property A ground floor bathroom completes the accommodation in the original bungalow of this versatile property.
From the main entrance hall there is direct access to the 'East Wing' of the property taking you into the barn conversion area. The ground floor is completely underfloor heated and in this area are four double bedrooms and a shower room which has been refitted with a multifunction 'body jet' shower unit. Staying within the barn conversion part of the property stairs rise to the first floor which lead to a stunning principal bedroom which has Velux windows to both side aspects and measures in excess of 28ft in length. The master suite is completed by an ensuite shower room.
Externally there is an extensive driveway at the front which leads to a side garden which is laid to lawn and gently slops down to a pleasant stream. Directly to the rear of the property is a sprawling garden which is laid to lawn with a flagstone patio area towards the rear boundary which is an ideal spot to enjoy a glass of gin and tonic in the summer months as the sun sets!

The Location

Situated in this sought after Buckinghamshire village close to the borders of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, Ivinghoe boasts some fine examples of Tudor architecture particularly around the village green. The village is adjacent to many acres of National Trust land including the windmill and Ivinghoe Beacon. This highly regarded village provides a wide range of social events, sports and facilities all within easy walking distance.

Within the village & surrounding area are various eating places including the renowned Kings Head Restaurant. Ivinghoe also provides a post office, library, village shop, chemist and a tea room. The village also boasts a golf club, pick your own farm, canal access and a wonderful local pub, the Rose and Crown. Tring Station is about a seven minute drive away. More amenities can be found in nearby Tring and Berkhamsted.

Nearby Tring

is a historic market town, providing a range of individual shops and restaurants including an M&S simply food and a large Tesco supermarket. Tring is surrounded by greenbelt countryside of great natural beauty, encompassing Tring Park and Tring reservoirs which are renowned nature reserves.

Nearby Facilities

Tring railway station lies 3.7 miles (or a 7 minute drive) away for fast and frequent services to London/Euston taking about 40 minutes. Alternatively, Cheddington Station is 2 miles and just a 5 minute drive. The A41 bypass provides a fast link to the M25 motorway (J20) and from there the national motorway network and international airports. Tring benefits from its own indoor swimming facilities and various well supported sporting clubs including cricket, tennis, football, rugby, hockey and running to name a few. It is also home to the Sir Walter Rothschild Museum which is part of the Natural History Museum. Tring is a lovely place to live with a warm and welcoming community spirit.

Schooling In The Area

There is a village primary school and Ivinghoe is within the Buckinghamshire grammar schools catchment area.

Information For Buyers

Please be aware, should you wish to make an offer for this property, we will require the following information before we enter negotiations:1. Copy of your mortgage agreement in principal.2. Evidence of deposit funds, if equity from property sale confirmation of your current mortgage balance i.e. Your most recent mortgage statement, if monies in bank accounts the most up to date balances.3. Passport photo ID for ALL connected purchasers and a utility bill.

You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.

A rare opportunity to purchase a 1930s detached bungalow cleverly fused with a barn conversion style home sitting in a plot approaching 1 acre in total!
Flexible accommodation at its best the bungalow houses the living accommodation which includes a spacious entrance hall which leads to a refitted kitchen which has a Belfast sink positioned under the window with fabulous views to the front, a living room with a multi-fuel burning stove and windows to the side and front and double doors opening to a formal dining room which benefits from French doors opening directly to the extensive rear gardens. There is also a separate utility room which opens to the rear garden - an ideal space for a wet dog to dry off after a long walk in the surrounding countryside or after a dip in the stream which runs to the side of the property A ground floor bathroom completes the accommodation in the original bungalow of this versatile property.
From the main entrance hall there is direct access to the 'East Wing' of the property taking you into the barn conversion area. The ground floor is completely underfloor heated and in this area are four double bedrooms and a shower room which has been refitted with a multifunction 'body jet' shower unit. Staying within the barn conversion part of the property stairs rise to the first floor which lead to a stunning principal bedroom which has Velux windows to both side aspects and measures in excess of 28ft in length. The master suite is completed by an ensuite shower room.
Externally there is an extensive driveway at the front which leads to a side garden which is laid to lawn and gently slops down to a pleasant stream. Directly to the rear of the property is a sprawling garden which is laid to lawn with a flagstone patio area towards the rear boundary which is an ideal spot to enjoy a glass of gin and tonic in the summer months as the sun sets!

The Location

Situated in this sought after Buckinghamshire village close to the borders of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire, Ivinghoe boasts some fine examples of Tudor architecture particularly around the village green. The village is adjacent to many acres of National Trust land including the windmill and Ivinghoe Beacon. This highly regarded village provides a wide range of social events, sports and facilities all within easy walking distance.

Within the village & surrounding area are various eating places including the renowned Kings Head Restaurant. Ivinghoe also provides a post office, library, village shop, chemist and a tea room. The village also boasts a golf club, pick your own farm, canal access and a wonderful local pub, the Rose and Crown. Tring Station is about a seven minute drive away. More amenities can be found in nearby Tring and Berkhamsted.

Nearby Tring

is a historic market town, providing a range of individual shops and restaurants including an M&S simply food and a large Tesco supermarket. Tring is surrounded by greenbelt countryside of great natural beauty, encompassing Tring Park and Tring reservoirs which are renowned nature reserves.

Nearby Facilities

Tring railway station lies 3.7 miles (or a 7 minute drive) away for fast and frequent services to London/Euston taking about 40 minutes. Alternatively, Cheddington Station is 2 miles and just a 5 minute drive. The A41 bypass provides a fast link to the M25 motorway (J20) and from there the national motorway network and international airports. Tring benefits from its own indoor swimming facilities and various well supported sporting clubs including cricket, tennis, football, rugby, hockey and running to name a few. It is also home to the Sir Walter Rothschild Museum which is part of the Natural History Museum. Tring is a lovely place to live with a warm and welcoming community spirit.

Schooling In The Area

There is a village primary school and Ivinghoe is within the Buckinghamshire grammar schools catchment area.

Information For Buyers

Please be aware, should you wish to make an offer for this property, we will require the following information before we enter negotiations:1. Copy of your mortgage agreement in principal.2. Evidence of deposit funds, if equity from property sale confirmation of your current mortgage balance i.e. Your most recent mortgage statement, if monies in bank accounts the most up to date balances.3. Passport photo ID for ALL connected purchasers and a utility bill.

You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.

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76-78 The High Street,

Tring

Hertfordshire

HP23 4AF

Telephone: See phone number 01442 828222

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Tring

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Telephone: See phone number 01442 828222

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