Bitthams is a wonderful period cottage built of brick and flint elevations under a recently re-thatched roof. The house offers versatile accommodation and has been extended a considerable amount over the years.
There are charming period features throughout the house with exposed beams in the reception rooms and attractive fireplaces in both the sitting room and dining room. There are two bedrooms on the first floor and further bedrooms could be created on the ground floor should they be required. The kitchen/breakfast room, which opens out to the gardens, is well fitted and sits adjacent to the rear hallway which houses the larder, store, gardener’s cloakroom and internal wood/coal store. The property also has a conservatory with delightful views.
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The gardens extend to around half an acre with an attractive and well-screened area of lawn enclosed by mature hedging and shrub borders. The majority of the gardens lie to the south of the property and are made up of further lawns with mature specimen trees and numerous shrub beds and borders.
Bitthams is situated just off the Upper Icknield Way, an ancient bridletrack on the edge of the popular village of Great Kimble with its historic village church and convenient access to The Ridgeway and other Chiltern walks and bridlepaths, as well as itself being in an Outstanding Area of Natural Beauty. Princes Risborough, just over a mile away, offers further local shopping as well as direct trains to London Marylebone.
The guide price is £725,000. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01494 675368 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.