A 19th century Georgian farmhouse located in the old town of Amersham, has been launched on the market.
Crown farmhouse was built in brown-yellow brick, and is divided into three bays by plain brick pilasters. The Grade II listed house, with a 1990s addition to the rear which is the largest reception room, is on the market for £2m.
?The 6445 sq ft property is particularly unusual for its extremely well presented barn,? says Flora Pownall of The Georgian House estate agents. ?Every aspect of the property has been meticulously planned and restored or modernised by the current owners.?
The four bedroom and four bathroom main house provides fantastic family accommodation, with an open-plan bespoke kitchen and breakfast room as well as a panelled dining room complete with a notable fireplace.
Ms Pownall continues: ?Despite the fact that this is a property where diverse types of building, periods and styles sit alongside one another, the whole is tied together successfully. As a whole it has a fantastic sense of space and light thanks to the generous proportions of the rooms and the large windows ? the sash windows with their sash shutters in the main house are particularly impressive.?
The views beyond the garden are of fields beyond which are protected by the fact that this is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Conservation and Green Belt.
The new town of Amersham, which is approximately one mile away, offers many boutiques and well-known high street stores, banks and restaurants. Amersham Station provides a fast link into London either by Underground or via the Chiltern Line into Marylebone station. Alternatively, potential owners travelling to London by car, the M40 at Beaconsfield (Junction 2) provides a fast route into London.