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A period property offering a wealth of charm and character, renovated and updated, located within a few hundred yards of shops, close to schools and transport to London. A unique house dating back to 1873, and presented as a family home retaining the original charm with contemporary amenities.
A period Arts&Crafts house, offering a wealth of charm and character, renovated and updated, located within a few hundred yards of shops, close to schools and transport to London. About this property
A unique house dating back to 1873, and presented as a family home retaining the original charm with contemporary amenities.
The entrance door leads into a large welcoming hall. Adjoining is the heart of the house, a generous sitting room entered via impressive double doors. Fireplaces in both of these areas face each other across the expanse. Following the hallway leads to a large kitchen/dining room with island, window seat & wide wooden floor boards which extend throughout the ground floor. There is also a utility room, a generous study, playroom and conservatory, all leading from the main entrance hall.
Outside, accessible a few feet from a back door, but still invisible to the house, is a modern office or "man cave."
There is an original staircase leading to a large extensive landing area. The generous master bedroom with fireplace, has a beautiful ensuite bathroom with a copper bath, and a private large dressing room.
Further along the hallway is a child's room with a raised ceiling, en suite shower room and walk in closet.
There are two more double bedrooms, a family bathroom and another guest suite with it's own shower en suite. Additional information
Farnham Royal is close to local shops, Beaconsfield with the thriving restaurants and bars and Gerrards Cross/Slough railway stations. The prestigious schools such as St Mary's, High March, Caldecott etc are all within the catchment area.
It takes only 23 minutes to get to Marylebone/Paddington by train.
Purton House is double glazed throughout with new windows, benefits from a biomass boiler, is fully alarmed and has Sonos with ceiling speakers in every room. Outside
The garden extends around the property with zoned areas. A lawn and mature flower beds, play area with slide and sunken trampoline, wild meadow and a 250 year old Horse Chestnut tree. There is also a pond.
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