49 Haw Lane, Bledlow Ridge, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP14 4JH
- 1930s individually built detached house with character features
- Three bedrooms, bathroom fitted in 2015
- Triple aspect sitting room, dining room, conservatory
- Kitchen fitted in 2015
- Garage with inspection pit, workshop
- Off street parking for eight cars
- 0.41 acre plot with well-maintained mature gardens
- Potential for extension and loft conversion STPP
A 1930s individually built three bedroom detached house with garage, parking and potential for extension and loft alteration, on a mature 0.41 acre plot in Bledlow Ridge.
Glentoran is being offered to the market for the first time since it was built by a local family in 1938 and with whom it has remained since. The property has retained character features including internal doors, picture rails and fireplaces. Recent improvements include a new bathroom and a new kitchen with integrated Neff appliances - both fitted in 2015 - and Karndean flooring to the hallway, shower room, kitchen and bathroom. The potential for extension and loft alteration are subject to planning consent. The property is situated well back from the road and has off street parking for up to eight cars. There is also a workshop, a greenhouse and a garage with an inspection pit. The mature gardens provide a good degree of privacy, are adjacent to fields and back onto a private copse.
Reception Rooms and Conservatory
The triple aspect sitting room has windows to the front and side and doors into the conservatory. There is also a limestone fireplace with an open fire. The dining room has a window to the front and a brick fireplace with a gas fire. The conservatory has a brick base with windows and French doors to the rear garden.
A part glazed front door beneath a brick storm porch opens into the entrance hall. This has stairs to the first floor and doors to the sitting room, dining room and three piece shower room. The hallway has Karndean flooring which continues into the kitchen and shower room.
The kitchen was fitted in 2015 with bespoke units and worktops from Ridgeway Interiors. There are integrated Neff appliances including a double oven and induction hob with extractor. Space is provided for a washing machine and a dishwasher or tumble dryer. There is a window overlooking - and a door to - the rear garden.
The landing has a window to the rear and doors to an airing cupboard, a walk-in cupboard over the stairs, the three bedrooms and the bathroom. The loft void measure in excess of 30 ft. in length and has potential for conversion subject to planning permission. The master bedroom and bedroom two both have windows to the front and retain the original feature fireplaces. Bedroom three has a window overlooking the rear garden. The four piece bathroom was fitted in 2015.
The property occupies a 0.41 acre plot of well-maintained lawned areas which are interspersed with a selection of manicured flower beds and mature trees. The front is enclosed by hedging and has two areas of lawn which are separated by the driveway. The driveway provides off street parking for up to eight cars and leads to the garage which has an inspection pit, up and over door, power connected and a courtesy door to the garden. The rear garden has a workshop with power connected, a greenhouse, and an old air raid shelter hidden within the ground. Part of the garden is adjacent to open fields and the foot of the garden backs onto a private copse area.
Situation and Schooling
Bledlow Ridge has a local village shop, a primary school, a country pub and eating house, a village hall and a cricket club. Saunderton railway station is approximately 2.5 miles away and has services to Marylebone taking 44 minutes. Bledlow Ridge is within the catchment area for the grammar and upper schools located in the town of High Wycombe which can be reached by car in approximately 20 minutes.