The exposed timber frame and beams are a feature throughout with a cosy sitting room and brick inglenook fireplace and wood stove. The hand painted kitchen/dining room benefits from solid wood work surfaces, built in appliances, and French doors open out onto the gravelled courtyard and cottage gardens. A small atrium with storage gives access to a pretty ground floor bedroom also with French doors to the terrace and a fully
equipped bathroom. The central staircase leads up to the bedroom accommodation with a cleverly designed master suite featuring a roll top bath and a shower sitting on a raised slate platform. There is one further bedroom.
The property has one off road parking space at the rear of garden.
Turville sits in the Chiltern Hills in an Area of Outstanding
Natural Beauty within the Hambleden Valley. This sought after village is famed for its beauty and is well-known as the location for many scenes from "The Vicar of Dibley" with Windmill Cottage itself featuring in many episodes.
The idyllic village centres around a well-tended green, a
delightful traditional public house, a church dating back to the 12th Century together with a popular village school. There are footpaths, bridleways and cycle routes; perfect for country pursuits.
Watlington 6 miles, Marlow 6.7 miles, Henley-on-Thames 7.6 miles, High Wycombe Station 8.5 miles (fast commuter links to Marylebone), M40 (J5) 4 miles (All distances are approximate)