Balebeck is an impressive five bedroom detached house, situated in the peaceful village of Hardwick, offering a serene retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Read more
Balebeck is an impressive five bedroom detached house, situated in the peaceful village of Hardwick, offering a serene retreat from the hustle and bustle of daily life. The property boasts a detached double garage, providing ample storage space for vehicles and belongings. Hardwick is a non-cut-through village, ensuring that residents can enjoy a quiet and peaceful living environment. The house is also situated within the catchment area of several highly regarded grammar schools, making it an ideal family home. Furthermore, the property is offered with no chain, providing a hassle free buying experience. A welcoming entrance hall leads to all the ground floor accommodation comprising a fabulous sitting room with an open fire place and doors leading to a bright conservatory overlooking the rear garden. The kitchen is fitted with a modern range of units, appliances and a centre isle and the useful utility room is conveniently accessed from here. The dining room and study overlook the rear garden and there is a good size family room. A turn around staircase leading to the first floor landing providing access to the principal bedroom with a walk in wardrobe and en suite shower WC. The guest bedroom also has an en suite shower WC and the further three bedrooms are serviced by the family bathroom shower WC. Outside, the rear garden has a generous paved patio, raised lawn, shrubs and flower borders and a particular feature is the fish pond. There are two further seating areas, a summerhouse and two garden sheds. In all, a wonderful, spacious home ideal for family life.
Hardwick is a small village built on a low hill in the Vale of Aylesbury, set just off the A413 with the county town just three miles to the south and Whitchurch just one mile to the north which has a primary school. Hardwick has its own pre school and there is a church of Anglo Saxon origins in the graveyard of which are buried the remains of Cavaliers and Roundheads who fought in the battle of Aylesbury in 1642. The village has some 16th and 17th Century thatched cottages, together with a fine timber framed Manor Farm House and some more modern homes. This popular hamlet is ideally situated for quick access to Aylesbury with its mainline station and shopping facilities and Winslow with its East West railway line which is approximately ten minutes drive. There are a number of footpaths and bridleways across the open and undulating surrounding countryside.
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Council Tax Buckinghamshire Council, Band G