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A substantial family house of over 3000 square feet, constructed by Banner Homes and subsequently extended and improved by the current owners. Located at the conclusion of the small private development, the house occupies a generous corner plot, with a detached double garage and outstanding rural views to the rear. Offering generous accommodation over three floors, the house is approaching via a gated entry to a small development of individual and attractive detached homes.
An attractive timber 'A' frame porch frames the front door. The generous entrance hall has tiled cream flooring. The sitting room enjoys open views over the rear garden, from the French doors. A dining room and large double aspect playroom are supported by a separate study. The impressive kitchen/breakfast room is the heart of the house and provides cooking, eating and sitting areas, centred around a stylish island.
To the first floor is a separate laundry room. The master bedroom suite has French doors to a roof terrace with lovely views and a dressing room with wall to floor shelves and hanging rails. A second suite with shower room and two further bedrooms, served by an individual bathroom complete this floor.
The top floor provides the potential of separate guest or nanny accommodation with two bedrooms, walk in storage room and individual shower room.
Located close to the conclusion of Lakes Lane, one of the principle residential roads of Beaconsfield Old Town. The development enjoys a secluded position to the hustle and bustle of the bars and restaurants of the town. By contrast the development backs on the Hall Barn Estate's land which affords lovely rural views from the side and rear of the house. Access to the M40 is under half a mile away.
Beaconsfield New Town is also accessible, which equally provides shopping facilities as well as Beaconsfield Railway Station. The station is just over a mile from this property, which links directly with London Marylebone on the Chiltern Line, the fastest journey of time for which, is around 23 minutes. Junction 2 of the M40 is conveniently located, which runs into London, but also links directly with the M25. Beaconsfield is a highly considered area for a number of reasons, not least for its position in relation to London, but also because of its high standard of facilities and local schooling.
The approach to the house is via attractive communal gardens, leading to the corner plot on which the house stands. The addition of a side garden, affords the house more garden space than the majority and allows an open aspect through post and rail fencing, to the fields beyond.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Two Shower Rooms
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