Entering the reception hallway to the property, access leads to the ground floor cloakroom and the original front door including a fabulous original stained glass window. This then leads on to the reception hallway which at this point access is provided to the first floor and landing, as well as the sitting room, dining room and kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a traditional range of fitted units and appliances, fabulous flagstone floor, which leads through to the utility room and thereafter to the family room which has French doors on to the rear terrace and garden and also benefits from an en-suite shower room. Connecting from this room is also a further reception room, and of which, in our opinion the family room, shower room and further reception room offers the facility of also being used as annexe accommodation arrangement. The dining room benefits from a wonderful carved stone open fireplace, fitted storage cupboards and display units. The main reception room being the sitting room also offers a carved wood surround fireplace, feature bay window and solid oak bi-fold doors lead through to the study. Further separate access through to the conservatory enjoying fabulous 180? Views of the gardens.
At the first floor level, elevated views of the rear garden can be enjoyed, and here there is access to all four bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom is comprehensively fitted with wardrobes, storage cupboards, walk in dressing room and en-suite shower room. Bedrooms two and three benefit from an en-suite Jack and Jill bathroom arrangement.
Gerrards Cross frequently appears in surveys of the most desirable places to live in England. It offers excellent travel links yet retains the atmosphere of an unspoiled, thriving country village. The village’s high street and boutique style shops, cafes, bistros, banks and hotel are mainly on Packhorse Road and Station Road, which together form Gerrards Cross’ bustling heart.
The First Estate lies within close proximity of Gerrards Cross town centre and train station, retaining much of the original period charm. Gerrards Cross also has its own cinema in the centre of the village. Just to the south of the village centre is Gerrards Cross Common, an attractive expanse of open grass and woodland with two ponds. The common hosts a variety of activities including football, walking, cycling, picnicking and children’s play area.
Approaching the property is a shingle driveway with parking for a number of cars. The property being enclosed by a mature well-screened by mature shaped hedge, and access to the rear garden, which is one of the many features to this fine home, having been beautifully landscaped with a quality level lawn, large shaped terrace with brick edging and shaped borders with a mixture of flowering plants and shrubs. Boundaries are enclosed by shaped, mature hedging and access is provided to the single garage.
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