A charming five bedroom detached Edwardian Arts and Crafts property set within a private plot and a level walk of Gerrards cross town centre and railway station. The property has planning permission for an extension of circa 1500 sq ft.
Upon entering the property, the grand reception hallway immediately creates a wonderful sense of ambience to this lovely home including many features such as parquet flooring, open fireplace and doorways to many of the ground floor rooms including access to the first floor and landing. The main sitting room is a particularly bright and airy room with a feature bay window and being of double aspect. The dining room which is also versatile in use enjoys views towards the front aspect. The kitchen has been beautifully equipped with a Shaker style range of base and eyelevel units with multiple appliances and storage. The kitchen opens into the breakfast room area with space for table and several chairs and a feature bay window. There is also access from the kitchen to the utility room.
Accessing the first floor, the turning staircase passes a wonderful feature window and fitted glass cabinet. On the first floor landing door access is provided to all five bedrooms including the master suite with a fully equipped bathroom. There is a guest suite and family bathroom which provides use for bedrooms three, four and five.
The property benefits from planning permission for a two storey front/side extension to create circa 1400-1500 sq ft of living space. Purchasers should make their own enquiries to the local planning authority (Reference Number: PL/20/0615/FA).
The property is approached via a driveway with parking for numerous cars and access to the double garage.
The rear garden is one of the many features to this fine home offering a high quality level lawn with patio and decked social areas. Of particular note is the plot being screened by an extremely mature shaped Leylandii hedge.
Gerrards Cross town centre 0.7 miles, Gerrards Cross mainline station 1.2 miles (London Marylebone, 20 minutes), Chalfont St Peter 2.8 miles, M40 (Jct 2) 4.2 miles, M25 (Jct 16) 6.7 miles, Heathrow Airport (Terminal 5) 12 miles, Central London 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 & Parkers office in Gerrards Cross office, proceed south along the Packhorse Road continuing at the A40 traffic lights on to the Windsor Road. Meadway Park can be found as the second turning on the left hand side.Read all
- Reception hall, Cloakroom
- Sitting room
- Kitchen/breakfast room, Utility room
- Dining room
- Master bedroom with en suite shower room
- Bedroom two with en suite shower room
- Three Further bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Secluded gardens
- Double garage
- Map & Street View
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