Beautifully renovated Grade II listed town house in the heart of Old Amersham. The property has a wealth of period features and luxury fittings including a Martin Moore kitchen and Fired Earth bathroom.
High Street, Amersham HP7
- For Sale
- Grade II Listed townhouse
- Popular Amersham Old Town location
- Four Bedrooms
- Bespoke fitted kitchen/dining room
- Luxury first floor bathroom
- Downstairs WC and second floor bathroom
- Character features throughout
- Gas central heating
- Courtyard rear garden
- EPC: E
Perronet House, Hill Avenue, Amersham, Buckinghamshire HP6 5BT
Traditional wooden front door and glazed arch above, stone flooring and inset door mat. Two period style cast iron radiators, inset ceiling spotlights. Glazed wooden double doors to;
Stunning features including high ceilings, ornate cornicing, period fireplace with marble surround, sash window to front aspect with wooden shutters. Feature alcoves with curved shelves and cupboards under, period style cast iron radiator.
Corner sink, mixer tap and high gloss storage under, low level WC, heated towel rail, inset ceiling spotlights.
Hanging rail, fuse box and thermostat.
Martin Moore bespoke fitted cabinetry including a double larder cupboard and glass display cabinet. Marble worktops, Falcon electric range oven and induction hob with overhead extractor fan, built-in fridge/freezer, built-in dishwasher, Shaws original Belfast sink with stainless steel mixer taps. Window to side aspect, inset ceiling spotlights, original beams, stone flooring and period style cast iron radiator. Dining area with bay window to rear aspect having bespoke built-in curved seating and concealed radiator under, part-glazed door to garden.
Wooden staircase to first floor, split level landing door to;
Luxury Fired Earth family bathroom, split level with glass partitions, fully tiled with obscure glazed window to side aspect, low level WC, sink with mixer tap and storage drawer under, mirrored cabinet. Steps to free standing bath with floor mounted stainless steel mixer tap and shower attachment, glass shelf above. Separate shower area with glass screen, chrome overhead shower and shower attachment. Heated towel rail, inset ceiling spotlights and exposed beams to the walls and ceiling.
High ceilings with ornate cornicing, cast iron fireplace with slate hearth and marble surround, wooden flooring, period style cast iron radiator, sash window to front aspect with wooden shutters.
Part glazed leaded light door, part sloping ceilings, exposed beam, wooden flooring, period style cast iron radiator, window to rear aspect.
Fitted cabinetry giving ample storage shelves, cupboards, drawers and library ladder on a rail. Wooden flooring, exposed beams, period style cast iron radiator, sash window to front aspect with wooden shutters.
Wooden staircase to second floor. Storage cupboard with shelves and hanging space.
Part glazed door, window to front aspect and part-sloping ceilings, radiator, built-in cupboard with hanging rail.
Second Floor Bathroom
Steps leading down to part-tiled bathroom, panelled Bette bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment, low level WC, sink and skylight window. Cupboard housing hot water tank and Potterton central heating boiler. Additional storage cupboard.
Pretty courtyard style rear garden with cobbled area, trellising, raised flower beds with a range of plants and shrubs. External wooden storage cupboard and wooden arbour bench seat. Gated rear access.
Costs and Other
Council Tax: Buckinghamshire Council – Band G – £3,525.97 (For the period 2022-2023)
Historic Amersham Old Town enjoys many restaurants, exclusive boutiques, coffee shops and gastro pubs. Amersham has a wide range of community and social amenities including a library, two doctor’s surgeries, dentists and Chiltern Lifestyle Centre with swimming pool.
Amersham is well known and sought after for its excellent schooling in both the public and private sector. In particular Dr Challoners Grammar School for Boys, with Dr Challoners High School for girls in nearby Little Chalfont.
The Metropolitan/Chiltern Line station offers frequent and fast services into central London. The Motorway network is also easily accessible with M25 and M40 junctions being only a few miles distant.