< Back to search results 3 bedroom for sale in The Green, Quainton

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Green End is an Edwardian property built in the early 1900’s as a village shop then named ‘Quainton Cash Stores’ and in latter times known as ‘Sysons’ before closing in 1970 and being converted into a residence. It occupies a pretty location at the bottom of the picturesque village green and is an unusual shape bending around the corner onto the adjacent street, giving it a curved appearance and quirky internal walls. The front elevation has attractive timbers on the gable and is painted brick whereas the brickwork to the rear is exposed. The windows have been sympathetically replaced with upvc double glazed units retaining the original sash design, and some of the internal doors are stripped pine. At the entrance is a lobby which leads into the reception room that is L-shaped with sitting and dining areas, the sitting room having a double aspect and an ingress to the staircase, and off the side an inner lobby and then the principle bathroom. The kitchen is spread over two rooms, the first being for breakfasting, where there are also work surfaces, display and larder cupboards, space for appliances, and in the old fireplace sits the boiler. Both rooms are similarly themed and each have fitted cream units and maple effect counters. Built in are a double oven/grill and a halogen hob that has an extractor hood above and iridescent black ‘metro’ tiling to the back wall. A dual aspect looks onto the garden and a door gives access to it.
Upstairs are three bedrooms, two doubles and a generous single and the main bedroom enjoys an ensuite shower room. There is a great loft that’s boarded and has lighting and a Velux window. In the writer’s opinion it could make a wonderful bedroom, playroom or study.


By the kitchen is a courtyard but the main garden is lawned and surrounded by mature, abundantly stocked flower beds. It features a seating terrace, has a beech hedge on the left boundary and the end is walled. A path leads up to a gate and close board fencing and Green End has a right of way to its storage barn and pedestrian access to The Green.