An attractive detached home with spacious accommodation, well situated in wide private gardens with a south west aspect at the rear, with scope to extend, subject to planning consent.
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This spacious detached home boasts well planned accommodation over two floors. On the ground floor three good reception rooms lead from a welcoming entrance hall, these include a good size family room and dining room both with bay windows to the front. A beautifully presented sitting room features as its focal point an attractive fireplace and there are doors to an elegant sun lounge with vaulted ceiling and access into the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room overlooks the rear garden and has ample space for table and chairs. This in-turn leads to the utility room with access to the side and rear.
On the first floor, the landing leads to 4 bedrooms, the main bedroom having a large en suite bath room and a family bathroom.
The property sits overlooking open fields to the front, and is approached at the side where there is access to a double garage and store room. The front garden is well screened by tall hedging and is laid mainly to lawn.
There is a wide side access to the private rear garden which is again laid mainly to lawn well screened by timber fencing and mature shrubs and bushes.
There is a wide side access to the rear garden which is again laid mainly to lawn well screened by timber fencing and mature shrubs and bushes.
Gerrards Cross Mainline Station 1.5 miles (London Marylebone Station 18 minutes fast train), Beaconsfield town centre 5.3 miles, M40 Jct 1 3.4 miles, M40 Jct 2 4.6 miles, M25 Jct 16 4.4 miles, Central London approx 21 miles
Gerrards Cross frequently appears in surveys of the most desirable places to live in England and offers a wide range of shopping facilities including independent boutique shops as well as M&S, Waitrose and Tesco stores together with cafés and restaurants, public houses, a cinema and community library. Local sporting amenities are excellent with town squash and golf clubs and Dukes Wood Sports Club offering tennis, cricket and hockey.
Ideal for the commuter, the motorway network can be accessed at Junction 1 (Denham) or Junction 2 (Beaconsfield) of the M40, linking to the M25, M1, M4, and Heathrow/Gatwick airports while regular Chiltern Line services from the towns train station reach central London in around 20 minutes.
South Buckinghamshire is renowned for its excellent range of state schooling for boys and girls including The Gerrards Cross CofE School (rated Outstanding by Ofsted) and the Chalfonts Community College together with notable independent schools include St. Marys, Thorpe House, Gayhurst and Maltmans Green. The county is one of the last to maintain the traditional grammar school system, with schools in Beaconsfield (Beaconsfield High School), Little Chalfont (Dr. Challoners for Girls), Amersham (Dr. Challoners for Boys) and High Wycombe (John Hampden and Royal Grammar School for Boys).
From Strutt & Parker's office in Gerrards Cross, head south towards the A40/Oxford Road. At the traffic lights turn left on the the A40, Oxford Road and take the 3rd turning on the right into Fulmer Road. The property can be found just before Fulmer Drive on the right hand side.Read all
- Reception Hall, Cloakroom
- Sitting Room
- Dining Room
- Family Room
- Sun Lounge
- Kitchen/Breakfast, Utility Room, Store
- Principal Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom
- 3 Further Bedrooms
- Family Bathroom
- Gardens, Garage
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