Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Plenty of property for sale in sought-after village

ROSE COTTAGE is a red brick Grade II Listed cottage in a tucked-away location in the idyllic village with many

ROSE COTTAGE is a red brick Grade II Listed cottage in a tucked-away location in the idyllic village with many character features including exposed timbers and beams throughout including ledge and brace doors and a large inglenook fireplace with exposed brick surround and log-burning stove in the sitting room.

The fully fitted farmhouse kitchen has built appliances including an oven, hob and extractor fan over, fridge, freezer and dishwasher.

The bathroom has a power shower over the bath and glass shower screen.

An attractive stairway with exposed timbers leads to two double bedrooms with views over open countryside. There is planning permission to extend this cottage creating a more spacious kitchen/breakfast room to the rear.

Up the lane past the row of cottages is a garage block with the central garage belonging to Old Rose. Opposite the cottage on the other side of the lane is a gated garden laid to lawn.

The property is available for a guide price of £450,000.

St Mary’s Cottage is a brick-built cottage and sits centrally in the village of Turville. The house has well laid-out accommodation over three floors.

The kitchen has bespoke units with built-in appliances and quarry tiled flooring with an electric Aga and gas hob. This leads on to the oak-framed conservatory which benefits from maple flooring and plenty of light.

The living room is well-proportioned and has an open log fire and access into the conservatory. Upstairs are three double bedrooms, notably the master bedroom has an en-suite and dressing area.

The property is approached from the lane via a five-bar gate. The garden is laid to the front and side of the house. To the rear is a delightful courtyard garden with a view to the notorious Cobstone Windmill and access to the garage.

The property is available for a guide price of £550,000.

Barn Cottage is a traditional detached brick and flint house thought to date to the 18th century, newly refurbished throughout and now combining the wonderful original features and the comforts of a modern home.

The house and grounds have undergone an extensive and thorough renovation project. As such Barn Cottage now provides contemporary and flexible accommodation whilst retaining the charm and period features associated with the village.

The property is superbly located in the village of Turville, being set well back from the road with private and peaceful grounds with views of the hills and Cobstone Mill. Downstairs comprises the main reception room, kitchen, dining hall, study and guest toilet.

On the first floor is the master suite with dressing area and en-suite shower. There are three further bedrooms and a large family bathroom with separate shower.

The property is approached from the lane via a five-bar gate onto a gravel driveway leading to a parking area with a garage amd a carport.

The garden is laid to the front and side of the house and is mainly laid to lawn on two levels with fantastic views.

The property is available for a guide price of £1,350,000.

For more details about any of these Turville properties, contact Knight Frank on (01491) 844900.

The charming village of Turville is quintessentially English and as such, properties rarely become available — that’s why it is so unusual that Knight Frank currently have three on their books to choose from. JACKY HAYLER finds out more.

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