- 2 reception rooms
- 4 good size bedrooms
- Ample off street parking
- large and spacious kitchen/diner
- Walking distance to mainline station
- Short 5 minute car journey into Beaconsfield
- 'Outstanding' OFSTED rated local primary school
- sought after village location
This light and spacious four bedroom home is situated right in the centre of Seer Green, a much sought after village, and is within a comfortable walking distance of Seer Green & Jordans mainline station with direct links to London Marylebone. The nearby town of Beaconsfield with all its shops and restaurants can be reached by car in five minutes.
This attractive house boasts a large (18'4), light and airy kitchen/diner which overlooks the pretty garden. To the right of the kitchen is an adjoining larger than average utility room that also leads to the garden. The front aspect lounge is also very light and spacious and has a beautiful feature fireplace and surround with granite hearth. As well as the kitchen/diner there this home also benefits from an additional reception room which can be used as a dining room.
To the upstairs there are four bedrooms. The master bedroom is a rear aspect room, has built in wardrobes and additional eaves storage behind. Two of the other three bedrooms have built in wardrobes. There is a spacious loft which could easily be converted if so required.
To the front the house there is ample parking for several cars along with an up and over garage.
The mature garden has a lovely patio and has been well tended.
The following figures are based on the Stamp Duty Land Tax rules dated 4th December 2014.
Based on the current asking price of this property the total Stamp Duty payable would be: £26,750
This total is made up from the following:
Purchase price bands (£)
Percentage rate (%)
Stamp Duty due (£)
Up to £125,000
Above £125,000 and up to £250,000
Above £250,000 and up to £925,000
Above £925,000 and up to £1,500,000
Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) is payable if you buy a property or land over a certain price in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The current SDLT threshold is £125,000 for residential properties.
You pay the tax when you:
- buy a freehold property
- buy a new or existing leasehold
- buy a property through a shared ownership scheme
- are transferred land or property in exchange for payment, eg you take on a mortgage or buy a share in a house
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