Stunning & carefully crafted development of 5 homes in a Grade II 16th Century farmhouse, sympathetically converted to incorporate modern finishes.

A stunning and carefully crafted development of just five homes, sympathetically converted to incorporate the 16th Century history in which these homes are immersed. Incorporating exposed original timber beams and a wealth of further character features, these opulent living spaces complement modern day living trends, set in approx. 3 acres.

Homes, 2, 4 and 5 now available.

Mileages Chalfont St Peter village 1.1 miles, Gerrards Cross station 2.7 miles (London Marylebone 22 minutes by train), M40 Junction 1 3.7 miles, Heathrow T5 16 miles, Central London 22 miles.

History The original Mopes Farmhouse dates back to the 16th Century as a significant Grade II listed building and is one of the oldest existing buildings in Chalfont St Peter, also being located on a site which is documented back to medieval origins.

During the 1900’s the farm operated as dairy, where William Davies the farmer, would sell the fresh milk to the local children who would have crossed the fields with their jugs to be filled.

The late Lewis Collins from The Professionals has also resided at Mopes Farmhouse over the years.

Today, Mopes Farmhouse offers stunning living accommodation complementing the heritage which is evident throughout and is set within a private gated development with its own walled courtyard to the front. Combining handmade roof tiles and either handmade leaded windows or painted timber framed windows.

General Local Authority: Chiltern District Council, +44 (0) 1494 732077 Tenure: Freehold. Maintenance charge: to be advised. This will include overall grounds maintenance, septic tank emptying and electric gate operations. Services: Mains water, gas heating to traditional style column radiators, electricity and septic tank waste drainage via Klargester Biotec system. Timber framed double glazed windows painted in sage green. Appliances: Neff oven, Neff induction hob, Neff microwave, Neff dishwasher, Hotpoint washing machine, Hotpoint tumble drier. LED down lighting. Outdoor power sockets and lighting. Telephone wiring and CAT 5 cabling installed. Downstairs flooring in engineered oak wood. Tiling to bathrooms. Carpets to bedrooms and most stair cases. Parking: Houses 1 – 4 have the use of an oak-framed car port for two vehicles each and driveway parking for two further vehicles. House 5 has a detached oak framed double garage and driveway parking to front of the property. Visitors parking is also provided.

This property has 3 acres of land.


There are individual gardens with willow fencing and natural screening, each with patio areas ideal for entertaining, and accessed from timber doors, some of which are double. A communal grassland area to the bottom of the gardens is offered to all home owners for leisure use, which is approximately 2 acres in size with a large pond.


Chalfont St Peter is a village in Buckinghamshire, neighbouring Gerrards Cross, Chalfont St. Giles and Little Chalfont. There are excellent road links, with the M25 and M40 easily accessible, while Gerrards Cross mainline station, with its fast route to London Marylebone (22 minutes), is a short drive away, as well as Chalfont and Latimer station providing the Metropolitan line direct to Liverpool Street.

For those engaged in outdoor pursuits there is a range of leisure facilities in the vicinity. Gerrards Cross Golf Club and The Buckinghamshire Golf Club are nearby whilst there is also the opportunity to take picturesque walks through the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, meaning Chalfont St. Peter can truly offer access to the best of both urban and rural living. Education provision in the area is excellent and includes Robertswood School which is within easy reach of the properties. These homes are within catchment for most of the highly sought-after grammar schools as well as The Chalfont Community College.


With Strutt & Parker's Gerrards Cross office on your left hand side, head north on Packhorse Road for just less than a mile. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto the A413 and follow for half a mile, until you reach the next roundabout. Take the third exit onto Joiners Lane. At the end of Joiners Lane, turn right and after approx. half a mile these properties can be found on the left hand side.

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Other features

  • Grade II listed farmhouse
  • Gated devlopment
  • 4 converted houses plus one new build home
  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • Many period features throughout
  • Set within approx. 3 acres of communal grounds with lake
  • Driveway parking for each home.
  • Car port parking for all converted houses
  • Detached double garage for new build

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Denham Lane, Chalfont St Peter Gerrards Cross Buckinghamshire SL9

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Denham Lane, Chalfont St Peter Gerrards Cross Buckinghamshire SL9

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