3 reception rooms
Gardens and paddock
Woodrow Farm lies in the attractive Hamlet of Woodrow, in an elevated position with a lovely outlook over the surrounding Chiltern countryside. The Hamlet lies close to the market town of Amersham, the old town of Amersham offering a number of excellent public houses, restaurants, boutique shops and a supermarket. Amersham on the Hill (2 miles) provides an overland rail and underground railway station connecting to London Marylebone (Baker Street) Moorgate and therefore the City. Sporting facilities in the area generally are excellent including Golf at Harewood Downs, Beaconsfield and Denham. There are many footpaths and bridle paths in the area providing lovely walks and rides through the Chilterns. The house is situated in Green Belt land in a conservation area and an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Buckinghamshire is renowned for its standard of schooling in particular the retention of the grammar school system. Woodrow Farm is in the catchment area for Dr Challenor's Boys in Amersham and Dr Challenor's Girls in Little Chalfont.
Woodrow Farm offers flexible family accommodation and character with potential. It is accessed via a private track and is in a secluded position.The house has been lived in by our clients for the last six to seven years and is presented in good order throughout. Notable features include a large family kitchen/breakfast room centrally positioned within the house, an impressive staircase in the dining /reception hall rising to a wide and open landing on the first floor. Bedroom sizes are good and the outlook from them is lovely. Two separate lofts (one boarded) and two large roofing voids for significant storage space. The house is not overlooked. The ground floor annexe provides great flexibility either as a work from home office or ancillary accommodation to the farmhouse. Bedroom four on the first floor of the farmhouse is enormous and could provide be split to provide a fifth bedroom.The approach to Woodrow Farm is delightful. Behind solid wooden gates (with an automatic control system / electric gates) is a short tree lined gravel drive approach, arriving at a parking and turning area close to the main house. A substantial south facing terrace with a feature Haddonstone font immediately in front of the farmhouse provides a lovely area for entertaining al-fresco and is overlooked by the principle family rooms. There is a triple brick and timber framed garage and further useful outbuildings / sheds. The gardens are a lovely feature of the property with the front of the house having a - parkland' feel with a number of mature trees, shrubs and lawns. Vehicular access around the east side of the house provides additional parking, and also provides access to the land at the rear. The gardens are entered in the charitable National Garden Scheme. The gardens include a number of terraces and water features, as well as seating areas and a rose garden.The rear garden is laid principally to lawn as a gated - private garden' beyond which lies an area of orchard and the paddock land, principally north west of the property. Whilst this is a lovely rural setting there are some neighbouring properties in the hamlet of Woodrow giving a sense of community.
Dining room, drawing room, kitchen/breakfast room, WC.Annexe:2 be drooms, kitchen, bathroom.Master bedroom (en suite), 2 further bedrooms, bathroom, large 6th bedroom, Triple garag e, outbuildings, gardens, paddock
Leave the M40 (jct 2) exit towards Beaconsfield on the A355. At the first roundabout bear left to Beaconsfield, at the second roundabout turn right (A355) towards Amersham. After about 5 miles the road descends a steep hill to a roundabout. Take the first exit left and at the next roundabout take the first exit left (A404) signposted to Hazlemere and High Wycombe. After approximately 1.5 miles just after the left hand turning to Winchmore Hill, pass a driveway on the right with brick pillars and take the next right turn off the main road signposted Woodrow. Take the next right down a lane / track and shortly after the track has become unmade the entrance to Woodrow Farm is on the left.