A charming mid-terraced 16th century period house situated in the centre of Buckingham within the conservation area. The house may well even date from the 15th century as stone from Buckingham Castle was allegedly used to build the house. Arranged over four floors, the property benefits from gas central heating, renovated sash windows and wall and ceiling beams throughout. The spacious basement could provide an ideal working space or lounge. The kitchen/dining room also has a snug area with inglenook fireplace. There are 3 bedrooms, (plus annexe potential on the top floor), and a stunning bathroom with cast iron bath. The tiered rear garden extends over 4 levels with an average width of 8m and enjoys lots of sun throughout the day. The house is a short walk from the centre of Buckingham with limited parking along Well Street, neighbouring lanes and the churchyard. There is no onward chain, and the house is EPC exempt.
Please click on the property brochure and the video tab for full details of this property, or for more information or to arrange a viewing please contact Terry Robinson at the Fine & Country Banbury office.