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Multiple Building Plot
Guide Price £900,000
AMERSHAM
 
 
 
 
 
Summary
A detailed planning consent has been granted for two detached houses with gardens and views over open countryside to the side and rear and across fields to the front of each house. The largest house is approximately 2200sq.ft gia. with a rear garden of around 230sq.m. This house has a basement to include a utility room and storage, an office, lightwell, playroom, an open courtyard, bedroom, and En-suite. The ground floor has a living, kitchen and dining area and a WC/shower room. The first floor has a further two bedrooms and bathroom. The second house is approximately 1365sq.ft gia with a rear garden of around 297sq.m. This house has a utility room and storage, a lightwell and bedroom with En-suite in the basement. The ground floor has a living, kitchen and dining area and a WC/shower room. The first floor has a further two bedrooms and bathroom. The houses will have slate or clay roof tiles within gabled roofs. The walls will be brick with rendered external side walls. The plot sits on the outskirts of Amersham and offers a good degree of privacy.
The Site
The plot is level and is under a quarter of an acre. There is an existing vehicle access, and a garage will need to be removed to allow for the new houses. Each house will have parking for two vehicles to the front of each property with a turning space. Completed reports include a Tree Report, Ecology Report and Bat Survey.
The Area
Amersham is a market town on the edge of the Chilterns, some 30 miles north-west of central London, 15 miles south-east of Aylesbury and 9 miles north-east of High Wycombe. Amersham railway station is a terminus of London Underground’s Metropolitan Line and Chiltern Railways share the track and run services to Marleybone. Both Dr Challoner’s Grammar School for Boys and High School for Girls are rated as Outstanding by Ofsted, as is Stony Dean School. Independent schools include The Beacon School and Heatherton House. The town has a population of around 14,000 people with many sporting amenities including Chiltern Pools as well as sports clubs such as cricket, hockey and athletics as well as rugby and football. The town has both national chains and independent shops as well as many restaurants and bars. Major supermarkets include Waitrose and Tesco. Nearby, Little Chalfont has a 4.6 acre Nature Park owned by the village community.
Services
The plot has access to all main services including mains drainage and gas. We would advise interested parties to make their own enquires with regards to services prior to exchange of contracts.
Viewing
The plot can be viewed only by appointment as the gate is permanently locked. No neighbouring properties are connected to the plot, please respect their privacy.
 
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