A grand and opulent Edwardian family home set in superb landscaped gardens of 1/2 an acre and ideally located within walking distance of Gerrards Cross town centre and railway station.
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The entrance hall sets the tone to this exceptional property; currently used as a dining hall with original oak panelling and feature fireplace, this room also leads to a well-fitted double aspect study. The sitting room, also with a feature fireplace has views over the side and rear gardens, also leading out onto a portico. Double doors lead through to a family room which in turn leads through to the kitchen/breakfast room. The utility room to the side can be accessed from the front and rear patio, with the added benefit of a further toilet and store room. A cloakroom completes the downstairs accommodation.
The master bedroom is fitted with an array of wardrobes and has a spacious en suite bathroom. Bedroom 2 also has an en suite. There are 3 further double bedrooms, a family bathroom and a second floor games room.
This property has 0.5 acres of land.
The private and tranquil gardens and grounds are mainly laid to lawn with mature, well stocked shrub borders. There is a flourishing vegetable garden, a timber summer house, garage and brick built workshop.
Situated in Oval Way, one of the first areas to be developed following the construction of the railway, Woolton House was built in the early 1900's. The house was designed by the eminent architect Charles Davis and at one time was owned by Sir Leonard Kershaw of King's Coroner and Attorney. His wife was a friend of Queen Mary who is reputed to have visited the house.
Gerrards Cross frequently appears in surveys of the most desirable places to live in England. Located close to the M25 and the M40, it offers excellent travel links yet retains the atmosphere of an unspoiled, thriving country village. The villages 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.
Gerrards Cross also has its own Everyman 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.
Gerrards Cross has an outstanding Church of England primary school and is within catchment for several Bucks grammar schools, while a range of private schools are also available such as St Marys, Gayhurst, Maltman's Green, and Thorpe House.
From Strutt & Parker's Gerrards Cross office, head north on Packhorse Road. Turn left into Orchehill Avenue and take the first turning on the right into Oval Way where this property can be found on the right hand side.Read all
- 4 Reception Rooms
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- 5 First Floor Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 2nd Floor Games Room
- Detached Garage
- Two Cloakrooms
- Large Utility Room
- Front and Rear Gardens
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