Dating from 1936, Terrona offers a huge amount of space, light and versatility whilst retaining a plethora of character features. The property occupies an enviable plot on the sought-after Martinsend Lane, is within easy walking distance of local shops and the railway station at Great Missenden (Marylebone line) and backs directly on to Angling Spring Wood.
Entrance lobby – Radiator, original quarry tiled floor.
Dual aspect downstairs cloakroom / WC – Heritage white suite comprising wash hand basin, low flush WC, quarry tiled floor.
Entrance hall – Original oak floor, antique style cast iron radiators, stairs rising to the first floor.
Study – Fired Earth Terracotta floor, ultrafast broadband connection.
Utility room – Plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, new wall mounted gas central heating boiler, water softener, slate tiled floor, small Belfast sink.
Dining room – Oak engineered floor, radiator, built-in shelving.
Pantry – Slate tiled floor, original slate shelf with further shelving, situated to the north side of the house.
Snug room – Original Canadian pine floor, open fireplace with inset cast iron wood burning stove with mantlepiece surround with inset slate slips and hearth and radiator.
Sitting room – Original oak floor, dual aspect large south facing bay window, original open fireplace with mantlepiece surround and hearth, shelving, two antique style columned radiators and multi-pane Crittall door to leading to the loggia.
Kitchen – Solid limestone floor, fitted with a bespoke range of solid wood matching base units and wall cabinets, wooden worktop with inset twin Belfast sink with mixer tap over, integrated dishwasher, matching built in larder cupboard, four oven gas Aga, large roof lantern, antique style cast iron radiator, space for an American style fridge-freezer, double glazed Crittall style double doors to south facing rear garden
Back Porch – Radiator, solid limestone floor leading to gardeners WC, high flush suite, wash hand basin, radiator, extractor fan and solid limestone floor.
Landing - Oak engineered floor, part galleried, antique style radiator, access to loft via wooden pull-down ladder (part boarded with light), linen cupboard housing lagged copper cylinder hot water tank.
Principal bedroom – Overlooking the south facing garden towards the woods beyond, original pine floor, original wardrobe, open fireplace with mantlepiece surround and hearth, radiator, walk-in dressing room with matching floor and spotlights.
En-suite WC – Dual aspect, matching traditional styled white suite comprising a double ended panelled bath with traditional style mixer tap with shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, large shower cubicle with rainfall showerhead, extractor fan, mosaic ceramic tiled floor, spotlights, chrome vertical heated towel rail.
Bedroom two - Original pine floor, two radiators, original built-in wardrobe.
En-suite WC – Matching antique styled white suite comprising panelled bath with traditional style mixer tap with shower attachment, shower screen, shower curtain, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, slate tiled floor, wall light and chrome vertical heated towel rail.
Dual aspect bedroom three – original pine floor, original corner wardrobe and radiator.
Bedroom four - Original pine floor, open fireplace with mantlepiece surround inset line slips, original built-in wardrobe and radiator.
Dual aspect bedroom five – engineered oak floor and radiator.
Family bathroom WC - Matching traditional styled white suite comprising panelled bath with traditional style mixer tap with shower attachment, shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, slate tiled floor, spotlights, extractor fan and chrome vertical heated towel rail.
Front – sweeping driveway providing ample parking. Single garage with up and over door.
Rear – The rear garden is truly magnificent, and offers a vast amount of space, countryside views and sunlight thanks to the south facing orientation.
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