A beautifully presented four bedroom detached family home with an impressive south west facing rear garden and conveniently located equidistant from the old and new towns of Beaconsfield.
The property has undergone considerable stylish improvements by the current owners to create a great family home with a modern contemporary feel throughout. Upon entering the house there is a bright and spacious entrance hall with attractive stainless steel and glass staircase. The hallway opens into a multi-functional area currently used as a study area with space for seating and a log burning stove. Continuing through the ground floor, there is a sitting room with a feature square bay window and a modern cloakroom. Double doors open from the entrance hall into the hub of the home being a large open plan kitchen, living and dining room with an abundance of natural light through the two large roof lanterns and bi-fold doors to the rear. The modern kitchen is well equipped with a central island and door leading through to a utility room. On the first floor there is a spacious landing with LED lighting for night time. The master bedroom overlooks the rear garden and benefits from having built in wardrobes and a modern en-suite shower room. Bedroom 2 has a feature square bay window with box seating and storage, there is also an en-suite shower room and further fitted wardrobes. Both the remaining two bedrooms are served by the family bathroom with separate shower.
To the front of the property there is driveway parking for a number of vehicles and attractive raided beds stocked with a variety of bushes. The south westerly facing rear garden of this fine home is a particular feature, approached from the bi-fold doors of the house onto a large terrace providing excellent outdoor entertaining space. There are contemporary walls with inset lights, space for a hot tub, area of lawn and a very handy outdoor kitchen garden.
Set in a wonderfully convenient location equidistant for both Beaconsfields Old and New town's fine range of pubs, shops, restaurants and local amenities. Beaconsfield train station is located in Beaconsfield new town which takes you directly into London (Marylebone) from just 22 minutes. The M40 meanwhile is within striking distance at approximately 1 miles away providing fast access to the M25, London and Oxford.
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