Windmill Hill, Coleshill, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP7 0LZ | Property for sale | Savills
213.49 sq m
Guide price £1,300,000(€1,482,274)

Windmill HillColeshill, Amersham, Buckinghamshire, HP7 0LZ

    Key features

    • Attractive village family home
    • Open plan accommodation
    • Exceptional views to front and rear
    • Sought after village location
    • Potential to further improve and enlarge

    An attractive character family home offering deceptive and versatile accommodation, ideally located to provide exceptional views over Coleshill Windmill and village common.

    About this property

    • A delightful bay fronted period house thoughtfully extended and improved to offer well presented accommodation approaching 2,500 sqft, combining classic features with a contemporary finish.

      The living accommodation provides a spacious reception hall leading to a bay fronted formal lounge which enjoys views over the village common. To the rear of the house is a most impressive open plan kitchen/dining room, which opens into a light and spacious family room overlooking the rear garden. This well planned informal living area is ideal for a modern family lifestyle. There is also a separate utility room and ground floor cloakroom

      On the first floor a split level landing gives access to four generous double bedrooms, served by two well-appointed bath/shower rooms.

      The property has a pleasant South East facing garden which overlooks Coleshill Windmill and provides superb outside entertaining area. To the front there is ample parking with space to the side of the property allowing for a potential garage addition subject to planning permission.

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    Idyllic country living benefitting from the most wonderful views.

    Mike LillitouProperty agent

    Local information

    • Coleshill with it's famous water tower, windmill, sought after primary school and pretty village duck pond is located off the A355 which links Amersham (Metropolitan/Chiltern Line) and Beaconsfield (Chiltern Line) both between 3-4 miles away.
    • Designated an 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty', the village offers an idyllic setting surrounded by many miles of country walks and a vibrant social network with long established cricket and tennis clubs, as well as two popular village pubs.
    • The area is renowned for its excellent schooling, including Dr Challoner's Grammar School for boys in Amersham & High School for girls in Little Chalfont and Beaconsfield High School for girls.

    Additional information

    • Council Tax Band = F
    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F