Reputedly the oldest house in Gerrards Cross, Grade II listed and built circa 1596, nestled within a stunning level plot and beautiful gardens. The property is ideally located within just a few minutes level walk of the centre of Gerrards Cross.
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Upon entering the property, immediately a fabulous sense of ambience can be found with the spacious reception hallway featuring a large open brick fireplace and original wooden flooring which provides access to the kitchen, downstairs cloakroom and living room as well as the staircase leading to the first floor and landing. The kitchen which has been stylishly equipped with a modern range of base and eye level units with granite work surfaces and complete with multi appliances. There is also space for a large table and several chairs and doorway which leads onto a discrete patio area to the rear. The double aspect sitting room is of good proportions and enjoys a large open fireplace with inset wood burning stove and beamed mantle with wooden flooring which continues from the hallway. From the sitting room a doorway leads through to the family room/study which also has door access onto the rear garden.
On the first floor, the landing leads to all four bedrooms including the main bedroom which enjoys views towards both front and rear aspect and inter-connecting door leading through to a dressing room and thereafter an en suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms which all have the use of a family bathroom.
The property is approached via secure wooden gate with the boundary being screened predominantly by walling. Over the years the grounds have been beautifully landscaped with an extremely well-tended garden featuring many beautiful plants and shrubs, as well as a patio, ideal for outside entertaining. There is also an outside building which can lend itself to the use of a home office or gymnasium. There is parking for three cars and access to the double garage with up and over door and storage room above, featuring separate stairway access.
Gerrards Cross mainline station 0.4 miles (London Marylebone 18 minutes fast train), M40 (Jct 2) 4.6 miles, Heathrow Airport (terminal 5) 13.4 miles, central London approx. 21 miles
Gerrards Cross is a small but bustling town with plenty of character, within easy reach of London. The town is home to extensive local amenities and benefits from an excellent regular train service into London Marylebone, and superb road links via the M40 and M25. Though it lies just 20 miles west of London, this sought-after town, popular with commuters, is also close to the stunning Chiltern Hills area of outstanding natural beauty, offering access to the best of city and countryside living.
South Buckinghamshire is renowned for its excellent range of state schooling for boys and girls, including Fulmer Infant School, The Gerrards Cross CofE School (both rated Outstanding by Ofsted) and the Chalfonts Community College together with notable independent schools include St. Marys, Thorpe House, Gayhurst and Maltmans Green.
With Strutt & Parkers Gerrards Cross office on your left hand side, head north towards Chalfont St Peter and take the first turning on the right into South Park Crescent where the property can be found on the left hand side.Read all
- Entrance halll
- Sitting room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Study/family room
- Master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en suite bathroom
- 3 Further bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Double garage
- Beautiful gardens
- Summer house
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