A superb country house with ancillary accommodation set in extensive grounds and located in the beautiful Chiltern Hills.
Amersham train station 5.8 miles (Chiltern Line to Marylebone 39 minutes and Metropolitan Line to Baker Street 49 minutes), Chesham town centre 2.9 miles, Chesham underground station 3.3 miles (Metropolitan Line), Berkhamsted mainline station 4.6 miles (London Euston, 31 minutes), M25 (Jct 18) 10.4 miles
Reception hall | Family room | Drawing room
Dining room | Kitchen/Breakfast area and walk
in Pantry | Study | Library | Utility room | Shower
room | Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
Four additional bedrooms, one with en suite
shower room | Family bathroom | Cart lodge
Gardens | EPC rating E
Large Open Plan Reception Room and Kitchen
Master Bedroom | Two Additional Bedrooms
Shower Room | Utility
Nutfield is a magnificent country house, set in extensive private grounds, and located in the stunning Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The main house combines light and spacious reception rooms with five comfortable bedrooms on the first floor.
On the ground floor of the property there is a generous and welcoming living space in the form of the large drawing room with its striking brick built open fireplace, and the bright and airy family room, with its cosy built in wood burning stove. The open plan kitchen and breakfast area is fitted with attractive custom built painted units, a separate walk in pantry and a two oven AGA range cooker. French doors open onto both the front and rear terrace. Downstairs there is also a dining room, study, library and large utility room with adjoining shower room.
Upstairs there are five well proportioned bedrooms, including the master bedroom with its en suite bathroom and French doors opening directly onto a private terrace and the gardens beyond.
The property also boasts a spacious barn purpose built to house a further three bedrooms, shower room, kitchen, utility and a large open plan living area with contemporary feature fireplace. The double height ceiling and exposed wooden beams lend a real sense of character, while natural light floods in through the full-length windows creating an inviting and attractive living space with French doors leading out onto the adjoining deck.
This property includes extensive, and meticulously maintained grounds, which cover an area of 2.35 acres. Accessed via a long private driveway, there is extensive parking, while there is also a double cart lodge for keeping vehicles under cover. Immediately surrounding the house there is a large terrace, well stocked borders, shrubs and trees. There is also an all-weather, flood-lit tennis court, studded structure trees and shrubs, an extensive and productive apple orchard with a large garden outbuilding beyond. To the rear of the property is a level paddock of about 2.65 acres with a small woodland adjoining. The rolling lawns, with mature trees, shrubs, brick and flint walls and views of the Chiltern Hills are this property’s crowning glory, providing residents with their own significant piece of the great English countryside to relax in.
Open fields and private common land surround the property. With walking trails and miles of gorgeous countryside in every direction, this is the perfect place for anyone who loves the great outdoors. Hawridge is a small village in the beautiful Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village boasts a popular local nursery and a local school with an excellent reputation. The local pub and cricket club are at the heart of the common and both are within walking distance of the property.
Day-to-day amenities, retail opportunities and a range of schooling choices can be found in nearby Chesham, Amersham and Berkhamsted. The property is within catchment area for local Buckinghamshire Grammar Schools. London Underground (Metropolitan Line) serves both Chesham and Amersham, the Chiltern Line provides efficient and affordable access to Marylebone from Amersham and trains from Berkhamsted mainline station provide access to Euston. The A41, M25, and M40 are all within easy reach.
Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage.
Oil fired central heating.
Council Tax: Band H, £3,153.70
Local Authority: Chiltern District Council
Lot Acres: 5