3 Risborough Road, Stoke Mandeville
3 Bedroom Cottage
**NO UPPER CHAIN** Thought to be the oldest property in the village of Stoke Mandeville this detached, Grade II listed thatched cottage dates back to 1409 and was added to in 1630 and latterly in early Victorian period. Having been sympathetically restored and meticulously maintained the property is now offered to the market place and comprises entrance porch, entrance hall, kitchen and utility, lounge and dining room separated by a double sided open fireplace, master and second bedrooms accessed via first floor landing, whilst the third bedroom is accessed via a separate staircase and open landing which is currently used for an office space. Outside the property benefits from an enclosed space to the front and rear of the property, the rear garden space is landscaped and divided into two lawn areas, pea-shingled area, decking area, patio terraces, well stocked flower bed areas, summer house, timber storage shed. The front garden space offers a gravelled driveway accessed via 5-bar gate which provides parking for three to four vehicles, workshop, lawn area, flower bed areas with brick retain, original well with raised stone retain. Planning permission (now lapsed) for an extension to the rear. The home is well known in local folkore as the location for clandetine meetings with Henry Vlll and Anne Boleyn whilst he was still married to Catherine of Aragon, in 1529 Stoke Mandeville and the Aylesbury area was inherited by Sir Thomas Boleyn, Anne's father. Viewing of this character property is highly recommended please call or further information.
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