6 Bristle Hill
Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, MK18 1EZ
- Early 19th century terraced house
- Four bedrooms, Two reception rooms
- Upstairs bathroom, downstairs cloakroom
- Kitchen and utility room
- Character features
- Courtyard garden
- Conservation area of Buckingham
An early 19th century four bedroom terraced house with 1348 sq.ft. of accommodation, character features and rear courtyard garden, in the conservation area of Buckingham.
This property has features which include oak floors, ornate coving, exposed timbers, fireplaces and sash windows. The accommodation includes an entrance hall, two reception rooms, a kitchen, utility room, ground floor cloakroom, a cellar, three double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a bathroom.
Entrance Hall and Cellar
The entrance hall has quarry tiled flooring and stairs to the first floor. There are also stairs to the cellar which has a brick floor and power connected.
The sitting room has an oak floor. There is a fireplace with a flagstone hearth, a log burner and storage to one side. The dining room has a fireplace with a flagstone hearth, a log burner and storage to each side.
Kitchen, Utility Room and Cloakroom
The kitchen has quarry tiled flooring, a sink and drainer, a range of base storage units, space for appliances, and a wall mounted gas boiler. The utility room has a brick floor and a door to the two piece cloakroom.
There are three double bedrooms and a single bedroom. Bedroom one has a feature fireplace and access to the loft, while bedroom two has a wooden floor. The bathroom has a wooden floor, a WC, a wash basin and a panelled bath with shower over.
To the rear is an enclosed courtyard garden. This has a decking area and a patio.