A stunning example of a 15th Century Grade II listed two double bedrooms cottage with driveway, Beautiful Condition throughout.
Situated in Aylesbury Old Town just off Castle Street, this 15th Century Cottage has been lovingly restored by its current owners.
The ground floor enjoys a well appointed larger than average kitchen and a good sized sitting room all with wooden flooring.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
To the rear of the property is a well kept courtyard garden with trees and shrubs.
Castle Street (formerly also known as Cat Street) once served as the main entry to Aylesbury from Thame.
No trace has been found of the castle from which the road takes its name.
Parsonâ€™s Fee is named after an area of land that provided income for a prebend of Lincoln Cathedral.
Buckinghamshire was part of the Diocese of Lincoln until the 19th Century.
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