A grand and imposing detached home situated towards the end of a prestigious private road and set in glorious gardens of approximately 0.8 of an acre. EPC Rating: D
Gerrards Cross train station, 4.5 miles (London Marylebone 20 minutes fast train), Paddington by train, approx. 22 minutes, Heathrow Airport 8.3 miles, M4 Junction 4.7 miles, Central London approx 23 miles.
This impressive home was originally built in the 1950’s and stands elegantly in its wide and impressive gardens. There is superb potential for updating and refurbishment, or indeed redevelopment, subject to planning consent.
An arched double front door leads to a grand wood panelled reception hall with Parquet flooring flowing throughout much of the ground floor. An impressive drawing room is again wood panelled and boasts views over the front and rear gardens. The focal point is a brick fireplace with a fitted living flame gas fire. An elegant dining room features a tiled fireplace and there are French doors leading out onto the patio and rear garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with floor and wall mounted cupboards and a range of domestic appliances. There are again views over the rear garden and access out to the front. Adjacent is a light, bright family room with wide sliding patio doors to the front and rear. Also on the ground floor a utility room and a downstairs cloakroom.
A sweeping turn staircase leads to the first floor with four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The master bedroom enjoys views to the front and rear and benefits from a spacious en suite bathroom. Bedroom two includes a range of fitted wardrobes and a vanity unit with inset sink. Bedrooms three and four are approached through a separate doorway and there is also a study/music area. Bedroom three also benefiting from a range of built-in wardrobes, a wash basin and shower enclosure. There is also a family bathroom and a walk-in storage cupboard.
The property is approached via a wide sweeping carriage driveway with adjacent lawned areas and well screened by mature trees, plants and bushes. There is ample parking and access to a large double garage with electric up and over door and an adjacent storage room.
The rear gardens are laid mainly to lawn, again well screened by mature hedging and interspersed with well stocked flower beds. The gardens in total extend to approximately 0.8 of an acre.
Stoke Poges is a semi-rural Buckinghamshire village, located in the south of the county about one mile east of Farnham Common.
There is a popular middle school located close to the centre of the village in Rogers Lane.
Stoke Poges falls within the catchment area for Burnham Grammar School (coeducational) and Beaconsfield High School (girls). Bucks County Council provides school buses from the village to both.
Stoke Common lies on the outskirts of Stoke Poges and contains the largest area of heathland in south Buckinghamshire. Lowland heath is a rare habitat and Stoke Common is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Stoke Poges is very lucky to have some very good local golf courses: Stoke Poges Golf Club, is a world class private club with an immaculate 18 hole course and 9 hole course in fantastic parkland surroundings; Wexham Park Golf Course an 18 hole course (blue), a very nice 9 hole course (red) and a further 9 hole parkland course (green); Farnham Park Golf Club is a municipal 18 hole golf course which is always in superb condition and a test for any standard.
2 Bathrooms (one en suite)
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