Five reception rooms with large sitting and family room
Five bedrooms and three bathrooms with dressing room
Garaging and outbuilding
Beautiful mainly south west facing mature gardens
Located on a prestigious private road
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A wonderful family house in a beautiful location.
M40 motorway (Junction 1) 4 miles, Beaconsfield 4.7 miles, Gerrards Cross 3 miles (mainline trains to London Marylebone from 19 minutes. Slough station 4 miles (opening as part of the Crossrail/Elizabeth Line in due course).
This fabulous family home is well situated on a private road in Stoke Poges. Stoke Poges itself has a rural feeling being surrounded by attractive mature woodland. Stoke Poges is mentioned in the Domesday Book and is famous for its churchyard at St Giles where Thomas Gray wrote "Elergy Written in a Country Churchyard". Stoke Poges is renowned for its open fields, meadows, beech woods and extensive common and heath land.
Gerrards Cross, Beaconsfield, Windsor, Farnham Common, Uxbridge and Slough are all within driving distance and offer good shopping facilities and fast commuter train services to London. With the advent of Crossrail (from Burnham, Taplow or Slough), due for completion in the next few years, journey times to London's West End, City and Canary Wharf will be significantly reduced.
The M40 is about 4 miles away, giving access to Heathrow airport and the remainder of the motorway network.
Comprehensive leisure facilities include a selection of highly regarded golf courses, Stoke Park Country Club with polo and horse racing in Ascot and Windsor, and rowing at Henley on Thames and Marlow.
The area is also reputed for its schools through the availability of a choice of highly regarded and established private schools including St Mary's, St Georges Ascot, Davenies, Godstowe, High March, Caldicott, Wycombe Abbey and Eton. Grammar Schools are available at Burnham for girls and boys, together with The Royal Grammar School of High Wycombe and Beaconsfield High School for girls.
All times and distances are approximate and correct at the time of writing.
A charming detached house built in 1938 situated on a private road to the south of Gerrards Cross. This is an idyllic setting offering privacy and convenience for commuting. Principle rooms look out over the fine feature of this property, nearly an acre of mature garden with its private terraces, open lawns and wooded boundary. Garaging comes in the form of a triple in-line and additional single garage. Stand out rooms include the large sitting room with open fire and French doors leading on to the garden. The part sunken family room with large amounts of built-in storage and the renovated and extended kitchen/breakfast room which links the older parts of the property to the more recent extension. The kitchen features a good range of units with central island creating additional work surface space and sink. The breakfast room has a large lantern in the ceiling allowing in plenty of light in, bi-folding doors open to one side. A study, separate utility room and larder complete the ground floor accommodation. Two circular staircases lead to the first floor, comprising master bedroom with en suite bathroom, four further bedrooms, dressing room, family bathroom and family shower room.
Outside Electric gates lead to a tarmac drive with parking for numerous vehicles. The south westerly plot has a large expanse of lawn, large westerly terrace, a deck with pergola directly behind the Drawing Room, further raised deck which covers an old unused swimming pool. Private courtyard situated to the rear of the family room/sun room. There are numerous mature trees within the plot and the boundary is made up of a woodland walk. Set to the rear of the property is a large detached cabin 19'1 x 13'4. The former pool house is also useful as changing rooms or a workshop etc. There are also numerous well tended flower beds throughout the garden.
Services Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.
Agents Note Photographs taken in May and September 2017.
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