Bryants Bottom, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, HP16 9RN
- Detached bungalow
- Four bedrooms with built-in wardrobes
- Family bathroom
- Sitting room with open fire
- Kitchen/dining room, utility room
- Off street parking, carport, workshop
- 0.25 acre plot
- Secluded village location
An individually built four bedroom detached bungalow with off street parking, a carport and a plot of 0.25 acres, in a secluded position backing onto fields.
Picked Piece was built on the site of an old cottage, which was demolished and replaced by the current family home in 1966/67. The property is of timber, brick and tile construction and has 1,526 sq. ft. of accommodation including an entrance hall with built-in storage and a dual aspect sitting room with wooden flooring, an open fireplace and doors to the garden. There is also a kitchen/dining room and a utility room. All four bedrooms have built-in double wardrobes and there is a four piece family bathroom and a separate two piece cloakroom.
Kitchen/Dining Room and Utility Room
The dual aspect kitchen/dining room has wood flooring, a range of fitted units and worktops, and a freestanding Norwegian wood burning stove. There is a built-in larder and space for a cooker, washing machine and fridge/freezer. There is also a built-in cupboard and a door to the utility room which was added in 2014/15 and has a tiled floor and doors at both ends leading to the garden.
The property is accessed via a driveway leading off the public road, over which there is a public right of way. There is parking for up to four cars, and a carport incorporating a workshop with power connected. The plot is enclosed by fencing and natural hedging. There is a garden to one side with a lawn, raised beds and trees. The property backs onto fields and is within walking distance of bridleways and footpaths.
Bryants Bottom is a hamlet situated in the Chilterns. The Gate public house and a local store in Speen are both within 1 mile. Great Missenden (5 miles) and Princes Risborough (4.5 miles) have local shops and leisure facilities. High Wycombe (5 miles) has a wider range of shopping, leisure and sporting facilities. There is a junior school in Speen and a primary school in Lacey Green, both in catchment for the grammar schools in High Wycombe.